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Snap Count Review: Myles Garrett makes more than a 'cameo' in win over Titans

Cleveland's Pro Bowl pass rusher collected another sack in Sunday's victory

We're breaking down who played how much in the Browns' 41-35 victory over the Titans.

Myles Garrett promised he would be making more than a "cameo" in Sunday's game, and that was definitely the case. Garrett played 52 of a possible 72 snaps after missing the past two games because of his placement on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Garrett collected a sack early in the fourth quarter to give him 10.5 on the season.

Olivier Vernon was an iron man for Cleveland's defense once again. He played every snap.

— S Andrew Sendejo also played every snap. CBs Terrance Mitchell and Kevin Johnson were on the field for all but one.

Karl Joseph (42) and Sheldrick Redwine (29) split time at safety.

— LB Sione Takitaki played 25 snaps after missing the previous week because of his placement on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

M.J. Stewart Jr. took the vast majority of snaps (39) as the third CB.

— FB Andy Janovich, who missed the past two games while on the reserve/COVID-19 list, played 13 snaps.

— With KhaDarel Hodge sidelined, rookie Donovan Peoples-Jones (41) took over as Cleveland's third WR.

— Rookie Ja'Marcus Bradley, who was elevated from the practice squad Saturday, played the first 11 snaps of his career.

— T Kendall Lamm caught a touchdown on his only snap.

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