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Snap Count Review: With a limited Myles Garrett, others forced to step up

Porter Gustin was the next man up in Sunday's loss to the Raiders

We're breaking down who played how much in Sunday's 16-6 loss to the Raiders.

— A knee injury on the game's first series limited Myles Garrett's snaps in a significant way. The Pro Bowl pass rusher was on the field for just 33 of a possible 72 snaps.

— Without Garrett at full capacity, the Browns relied more on Porter Gustin (34) and Adrian Clayborn (21). On the other side of the line, Olivier Vernon played 60 snaps.

— S Andrew Sendejo played all 72 snaps while LB B.J. Goodson (71), CB Denzel Ward (70), CB Terrance Mitchell (70) and S Ronnie Harrison Jr. (69) were on the field for the vast majority.

Mack Wilson saw his most snaps of the season (52).

— In the Browns' first full game without Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry (38), Rashard Higgins (35) and KhaDarel Hodge (34) played the lion's share of snaps. Donovan Peoples-Jones (4) and Taywan Taylor (3) saw the field sparingly.

— For a second straight week, Kareem Hunt played the vast majority of snaps at RB (42 of 49).

— Rookie TE Harrison Bryant played 39 snaps while David Njoku was on the field for 29.

Check out the full breakdown by clicking on the link below.

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