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Browns’ offensive snap counts, stats, and notes: Week 17

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  • D’Ernest Johnson played more snaps than Chubb, but was limited in his production.
  • Donovan Peoples-Jones, the camp darling, had the biggest play of the day on offense to get Cleveland into range for their first touchdown.
  • Nonetheless, the receivers were guarded in tight man coverage by Pittsburgh, and Mayfield didn’t trust himself or the receivers in those situations, deferring to sacks instead.
  • Tight End Pos Player Plays % Stats Pos Player Plays % Stats TE David Njoku 51 72% 4 catches, 28 yards, 1 TD. TE Austin Hooper 35 49% 2 catches, 28 yards.

    Offensive Line Pos Player Plays % Stats Pos Player Plays % Stats OL Jedrick Wills 71 100% OL Joel Bitonio 71 100% OL JC Tretter 71 100% OL Wyatt Teller 71 100% OL James Hudson 71 100%

    • Wyatt Teller was the highest-graded player on the Browns’ offense by PFF, but that was only for a grade of 74.4.
    • Per PFF, three of fives pressures allowed by right tackle James Hudson led to a sack, and one led to a hit on Mayfield.

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