Analyzing Snap Counts

Analyzing Snap Counts: Rams vs. Browns (Defense)

Earlier today, we analyzed the snap counts for the Cleveland Browns offense in their first preseason game against the St. Louis Rams. Now, it's time to turn our attention to the defensive side of the ball.

Analyzing Snap Counts: Rams vs. Browns (Offense)

Here is a listing of the offensive snap counts for the Cleveland Browns in their preseason opener against the St. Louis Rams. Which players on offense had more snaps than anyone else?

Analyzing Snap Counts: Browns vs Steelers, Defense

At last -- the final snap count distribution of the year involves the Cleveland Browns' defense against the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was a big day statistically for Jabaal Sheard, one that will pad his stats when we end up looking back on his year.

Analyzing Snap Counts: Browns vs Steelers, Offense

I usually have these up right after the game, but the coaching situation took precedence over that. Before it gets too late, let's look back at the offensive snap counts for the Cleveland Browns' Week 17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Analyzing Snap Counts: Browns vs Broncos (Defense)

The Browns' defense didn't have a good day against the Broncos. Peyton Manning was very effective on third-down conversions to prolong drives. Cleveland's defense was thin to begin with, and I'm sure the altitude in Denver didn't help either.

Analyzing Snap Counts: Browns vs Broncos (Offense)

The offense was healthy coming into this game compared to the defense, and if Cleveland was to have any chance, they needed to match Manning's production. They didn't, and Cleveland lost 34-12. Let's look at the snap counts for the Browns' offense.

Analyzing Snap Counts: Redskins vs Browns, Defense

The Browns' defense was on the field for 75 snaps and just never had an answer for the bootleg or other creative things the Redskins were doing. The snap count distributions for the Browns' defenders against the Redskins are listed below.

Analyzing Snap Counts: Redskins vs Browns, Offense

Although the offense put three touchdowns on the board, it wasn't a great day for them. They only had 53 snaps, which forced the defense to be on the field more than desired. Let's get to the offensive snap counts and statistics from the loss

Analyzing Snap Counts: Chiefs vs. Browns (Defense)

The Browns' defense only had 54 snaps this week, which, off the top of my head, seems like the lowest amount they've had all season. That's a great sign for them; the Browns were healthy heading into the game, and they didn't have to get overworked.

Analyzing Snap Counts: Chiefs vs. Browns (Offense)

The Browns blew out the Chiefs 30-7, which is the type of win we're not used to. Now it's time to reflect back on the playing time distributions for the offense, including how many carries the wide receivers got as the playbook got creative.

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