A closer look at who played how much in Sunday's loss to the Steelers.
-- Linebackers Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert played all 59 snaps to finish their respective seasons without missing a single play. The only other defensive player to do so this season was former Browns linebacker Demario Davis, who is with the Jets. Schobert, a Pro Bowl alternate, finished the season tied for first in the NFL with 144 tackles. Kirksey was tied for fourth with 138.
-- James Burgess Jr. also played every snap Sunday.
-- RB Duke Johnson Jr. was on the field for 30 of a possible 65 snaps. He was certainly active on those plays, finishing with six carries for 20 yards and a touchdown and six receptions for 75 yards.
-- Josh Gordon led all receivers with 54 snaps in what was his best game of the season. Corey Coleman played 52 and Rashard Higgins, who had two touchdowns, played 45.
-- FB Marquez Williams, who was promoted from the practice squad earlier in the week, played 10 snaps. He was filling the void of Danny Vitale (groin), who was inactive.
-- Myles Garrett was on the field for all but seven plays. It was one of the highest percentages Garrett logged during his rookie season.