CLEVELAND — A closer look at who played how much in Sunday's loss to the Titans…
— After 10,363 consecutive snaps, left tackle Joe Thomas' improbable streak came to an end. Thomas, who hadn't missed an offensive play since being drafted by the Browns in 2007, suffered a potentially significant triceps injury in the third quarter and did not return. Thomas played 43 of 73 offensive snaps.
— Outside of Thomas' four linemates — Joel Bitonio, Kevin Zeitler, JC Tretter and Shon Coleman — who played every snap, wide receiver Ricardo Louis led the Browns with 65 plays on the field.
— In relief of rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer (35 snaps), second-year backup Cody Kessler played 38 snaps. Kessler had been inactive the previous six games before moving up the depth chart in lieu of an injured Kevin Hogan (ribs).
— Linebackers Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert played all 72 defensive snaps Sunday. Kirksey recorded a career-high 17 tackles in that span while Schobert had nine.
— In his third career game, Myles Garrett played a season-high 57 snaps and recorded his fourth sack of the season. Garrett, who missed the first month of the season because of a high ankle sprain, has watched his playing time increase every week as he continues to get healthy.
— On a secondary without starters in Jason McCourty (ankle) and Jabrill Peppers (toe), Jamar Taylor, Briean Boddy-Calhoun and Ibraheim Campbell played 69 snaps (96 percent) on Sunday.