Analyzing Snap Counts
It’s hard to believe the defense had so many three-and-outs to begin the game.
The Browns’ starting receivers did very well against the Bills’ secondary.
It wasn’t a pretty sight.
The Browns’ offense struggled after their opening drive.
Myles Garrett and Sione Takitaki dominated the game defensively.
Jacoby Brissett, Ethan Pocic, and Joel Bitonio all grade well by PFF, and Chubb and Cooper continue their strong play.
The defense played their best game of the season, but still lost.
Cleveland’s offense failed to deliver the final punch at the end.
Myles Garrett makes history.
Cleveland finally had an ugly day on offense.
How much did Myles Garrett and Jadeveon Clowney play in their return to action?
Jacoby Brissett has another solid performance thwarted.
The defensive line and Jacob Phillips struggle mightily.
Jacoby Brissett takes a slight step back, and Amari Cooper only has one reception.
What’s happening with Denzel Ward?
Jacoby Brissett scores the highest PFF grade of his career.
The Browns’ linebackers play well, while the secondary does not.
Myles Garrett dominated in Week 1.
Nick Chubb and Wyatt Teller were strong in Week 1, but not so much for Jacoby Brissett and Jedrick Wills.
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.