A closer look at who played how much in Sunday's loss to the Bears.
— After a foot injury limited Jamar Taylor last week, the cornerback returned to a full workload, playing 63 of 64 defensive snaps. Taylor, who was limited in practice this past week, played five special teams snaps the week before against Baltimore.
— In place of strong safety Derrick Kindred, whom the Browns placed on injured reserve last week, rookie Kai Nacua played 56 snaps and Justin Currie totaled 14 snaps. Nacua, who played 75 of 76 snaps against the Packers, finished with two tackles. Currie recorded his first-career sack and made three sackles.
— Corey Coleman led the Browns’ wide receivers with 52 of 59 offensive snaps. Josh Gordon, whom coach Hue Jackson said was feeling under the weather, 49 snaps.
— Running back Isaiah Crowell played 31 snaps while Duke Johnson played 29. Crowell finished with 12 carries for 44 yards while Johnson totaled 11 touches for 101 yards.
— Linebackers Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert maintained their streak of playing every single snap on defense this season. Kirksey finished with nine tackles, including one for loss. Schobert, who was named a Pro Bowl alternate earlier in the week, added five and a half sack on Mitchell Trubisky.
— Rookie defensive end Myles Garrett made his sixth sack of the season while playing 43 snaps. Garrett, the first-overall NFL Draft pick this past spring, also had an interception return called back because of an offsides penalty.
— In his second game back from injury, safety Jabrill Peppers played all 64 defensive snaps and played 13 special teams snaps as a returner.