Analyzing Snap Counts
The defense held off Brandon Allen for most of the game.
Case Keenum finishes the season 2-0 as the Browns’ starter.
Jadaveon Clowney had one of his best games with the Browns.
Cleveland’s offense was out of sync again versus Pittsburgh.
The defense held strong in the second half.
Putting the loss to the Packers behind us, despite four turnovers.
The defense played well for most of the game, but couldn’t get that final stop.
Nick Mullens did everything he possibly could.
The defensive line pursued Baltimore’s quarterbacks.
The pre-COVID breakout of snap counts.
The defense had four interceptions, but it wasn’t enough.
The Browns’ untimely errors cost them dearly.
The defense holds Detroit to just one touchdown.
Baker Mayfield struggles as his injuries catch up to him.
The defense could only force one punt on the day from New England, and yielded 7 touchdowns.
The offense gets shut out after an opening-drive touchdown.
Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, Troy Hill, and John Johnson III all deliver standout performances against Cincinnati.
Myles Garrett continues his defensive player of the year bid.
D’Ernest Johnson received PFF’s highest grade for a RB this season.
More lapses in the secondary cost the Browns.
Cleveland was shut out in three quarters.
The defense couldn’t contain Justin Herbert, with the safeties blowing too many coverages.
Cleveland makes history on offense in a losing effort.
Cleveland manages a win despite only putting 14 points on the board.
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.