Analyzing Snap Counts
Cleveland shuts down the Bears in historic fashion.
Kareem Hunt ran the ball angry, with 155 yards of offense despite only playing 31% of the snaps.
Malcolm Smith plays well at linebacker, and Grant Delpit makes his NFL debut.
Demetric Felton had just three snaps on offense, but he made the most of them.
The rookie, JOK, only plays 38% of the defensive snaps.
Anthony Schwartz shocks everyone with his playing time and production.
JOK shines in his preseason debut with the Browns.
Kyle Lauletta and Davion Davis shine in the first preseason game.
Wrapping a bow on the final snap count look for the season.
Reviewing the team’s offensive snap counts one more time.
The Browns forced five turnovers, helping spark the offense and the team to a playoff victory.
Cleveland’s offense played at a very high level in a prime time postseason rivalry game.
Cleveland hopes to get some help back at linebacker and cornerback for the postseason.
What happened with the running back utilization?
Cleveland’s defense was a mix of some good, but then lots of bad with blown coverages in the secondary.
After a rough first half, the offense tried to salvage things in the second half, but it wasn’t enough.
Cleveland’s defense allows its fewest points all season.
Safety, nickelback, and linebacker burn the Browns again.
The Browns scored 6 touchdowns against the Ravens. It wasn’t enough.
Olivier Vernon plays every snap without a stat, and Myles Garrett & Malcolm Smith have big days on defense.
Baker Mayfield lights it up against the Titans, and an offensive lineman catches a touchdown for the first time in 19 years.
Cleveland’s defense couldn’t get to Mike Glennon for a sack.
Jarvis Landry and Nick Chubb have explosive days for the offense.
Why can’t Olivier Vernon always play like this? Can he face Carson Wentz every week?
Nick Chubb’s 54-yard run keyed a big fourth quarter for the Browns’ offense in putting the game away.
Ronnie Harrison is the Browns’ top graded defender, and Myles Garrett makes his presence known against Houston.
Wyatt Teller and Nick Chubb had big days in their returns.
The Browns’ defense died a slow death heading into the bye.
Cleveland’s offense only had six offensive possessions due to the defense being on the field forever.
Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward made some plays, but what happened to everyone else?
Baker Mayfield was dealing, and receivers and tight ends stepped up with big catch after big catch.
Once again, Cleveland’s safeties yielded too many missed tackles.
Cleveland’s offense has scored 7 points or less in 2 games, and 30+ points in their other 4 games.
Cleveland gets two interceptions from the safeties we’ve been begging to see playing time from.