We're breaking down who played how much in the Browns' 41-16 victory over the Bengals.
— The Browns needed just 48 offensive plays to score 41 points. That's as efficient as it gets, and it was a byproduct of explosive plays from both sides of the ball.
— TEs Austin Hooper and David Njoku each got 35 snaps. Those totals were higher than any single snap count from any of the Browns' wide receivers.
— Jarvis Landry played 32 of a possible 48 snaps. Donovan Peoples-Jones was next with 29 and rookie Anthony Schwartz had 28.
— Nick Chubb played 27 snaps. In that time, he touched the ball 16 times and amassed 163 yards of offense.
— Though he was questionable with a thigh injury, TE Harrison Bryant got his typical workload (25 snaps).
— S John Johnson III and CB Greg Newsome II never came off the field, playing all 75 defensive snaps.
— CB Denzel Ward, who recorded a pick-six and three PBUs, played 63 snaps. Some of the snaps he missed were directly related to the pick-six, as Ward needed some time to catch his breath after sprinting 99 yards for his second career touchdown.
"Oh man I was tired," Ward said. "I needed the oxygen tank after that. I was good after a while — I just needed some air."
— Jadeveon Clowney led all defensive linemen with 53 snaps. Myles Garrett had 50.
— Elevated from the practice squad Saturday, DT Sheldon Day got extensive action, playing 36 snaps. DE Ifeadi Odenigbo played his most snaps as a Browns player (33).
— DE Takkarist McKinley was limited to 12 snaps after re-aggravating a groin injury.
— CB Greedy Williams played just five snaps because of a shoulder injury.
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