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Snap Counts: Browns make the absolute most out of 48 offensive plays

Cleveland made big plays and ran an efficient operation on its way to 41 points

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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