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https://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201811040cle.htm#all_vis_snap_counts

Ogunjobi and Garrett played 92% of the snaps. That's a lot for some big guys this late in the season (especially considering the four OT games).

Did Kirksey get hurt? He only played 34% of the snaps. Tanner Vallejo played 61%. Collins played 100%.

Peppers played 92%, Kindred played 86%, and BBC played 86% of the snaps. E.J. Gaines only played 11%.

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Good info was always...Our guys are exhausted anymore

Yeah Kirksey sat on the ground until a TV timeout, then I think he was done for (lower leg injury I believe)

Right about our bigs playing way too much...Was 1:55 left in the 1st quarter I believe...Myles was already winded.

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Too much on Garrett .. he's gassed IMO


"First down inside the 10. A score here will put us in the Super Bowl. Cooper is far to the left as Njoku settles into the slot. Moore is flanked out wide to the right. Chubb and Ford are split in the backfield as Watson takes the snap ... Here we go."
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and yes, kirksey got hurt


"First down inside the 10. A score here will put us in the Super Bowl. Cooper is far to the left as Njoku settles into the slot. Moore is flanked out wide to the right. Chubb and Ford are split in the backfield as Watson takes the snap ... Here we go."
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Originally Posted By: Dawgs4Life
and yes, kirksey got hurt


Schobert can't get back soon enough. Jamie Collins was already playing too much and now he's playing all the snaps.

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yes Kirksey got hurt and out 2nd half. enter #54 Vellejo who played well for a backup of a backup he's our best ST player from what I can see.


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Originally Posted By: eotab
yes Kirksey got hurt and out 2nd half. enter #54 Vellejo who played well for a backup of a backup he's our best ST player from what I can see.


Vallejo was giving max effort and was in on a lot of plays.

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yes Kirksey got hurt and out 2nd half. enter #54 Vellejo who played well for a backup of a backup he's our best ST player from what I can see.


Vallejo was giving max effort and was in on a lot of plays.


I said,during the game, that I thought he was playing better than Collins.


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yes Kirksey got hurt and out 2nd half. enter #54 Vellejo who played well for a backup of a backup he's our best ST player from what I can see.


Vallejo was giving max effort and was in on a lot of plays.


I said,during the game, that I thought he was playing better than Collins.


Playing better than Collins is not hard to do.

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15, I am curious about how our d line snap counts compare to previous seasons. Is it possible to access those???

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Originally Posted By: keithfromxenia
15, I am curious about how our d line snap counts compare to previous seasons. Is it possible to access those???


Yes. Which seasons? Gregg Williams' years or what? Let me know and I'll send you a link.

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15, I am curious about how our d line snap counts compare to previous seasons. Is it possible to access those???


Yes. Which seasons? Gregg Williams' years or what? Let me know and I'll send you a link.


Here are the snap count totals for the entire 2017 season:

https://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/cle/2017-snap-counts.htm

If you want to go back to previous years you can click the 'Previous Year' link. For individual games it's a little more complicated:

https://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/201709100cle.htm#all_vis_snap_counts

The above is week one of 2017. If you go to the top of the page you can click 'Next Game' at the top of the page under the Browns logo and it will take to games later in the season. Once you go to the next game, you'll have to find the 'Snap Count' link. Just CTRL+F it and it should be easier to find than having me explain it.

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Good info. Thanks.

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Browns’ offensive snap counts, stats, and PFF notes: Week 9

Duke Johnson finally gets some touches!

by Chris Pokorny@DawgsByNature Nov 6, 2018, 7:53pm EST

Below, we analyze the snap counts and stats on offense for the Cleveland Browns’ Week 9 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Quarterback
Pos Player Plays % Stats
QB Baker Mayfield 72 96% 29-of-42 (69.0%) for 297 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT. 1 fumble.
QB Tyrod Taylor 3 4% 1-of-1 for 11 yards.

The best thing the Browns could have done was given Baker Mayfield a new best friend in Duke Johnson. Mayfield completed all 9 passes intended for Johnson, including two touchdowns.
One thing Mayfield needs to improve on is the deep ball. He finally got a good sideline pass to Antonio Callaway, but the one to Breshad Perriman could have been on the outside shoulder. He also sailed the ball high a couple of times.

Tyrod Taylor played 3 snaps while Mayfield was checked for a concussion.

Per PFF, Mayfield released the ball on an average of 2.31 seconds, which was the 4th best among quarterbacks last week. On throws under 2.5 seconds, he had a QB rating of 130.0. When he held onto the ball longer, though, that rating sunk to 28.6.

Running Back
Pos Player Plays % Stats
RB Nick Chubb 37 49% 22 carries, 85 yards (3.9 YPC). 1 TD. 1 catch, 5 yards (1 target).
RB Duke Johnson 35 47% 1 carry, 8 yards (8.0 YPC). 9 catches, 78 yards (9 targets). 2 TD.
RB Dontrell Hilliard 4 5% 0 catches (1 target).

What a lovely sight it was to see Duke Johnson involved as he was in the passing game. I actually thought he slipped after a couple catches too, but made up for it.

Technically, Nick Chubb underachieved compared to what teams average against the Chiefs this year. But the problem, as described by PFF below, is that Chubb was hit too often behind the line of scrimmage.

Cleveland’s running back duo did favorable with PFF. Johnson (78.4) and Chubb (75.4) had the second and fifth-best offensive grades, respectively, among backs last week. Digging deeper, they say Mayfield had a 142.4 QB rating when targeting Johnson, and Chubb’s 3.18 yards after contact was tied for the third best mark in Week 9.

Wide Receiver
Pos Player Plays % Stats
WR Jarvis Landry 73 97% 6 catches, 50 yards (7 targets).
WR Antonio Callaway 39 52% 3 catches, 51 yards (5 targets).
WR Rashard Higgins 29 39% 3 catches, 19 yards (4 targets).
WR Breshad Perriman 26 35% 2 catches, 26 yards (6 targets). 2 rushes, 9 yards (4.5 YPC).
WR Damion Ratley 20 27% 2 catches, 16 yards (4 targets).

It was another lackluster type of day for Cleveland's receivers. Dropped passes were generally reduced, except for an early one by Damion Ratley.
Breshad Perriman was worked into the offense this week and did a good job on two reverses and getting open. He nearly caught a deep bass, but the defender just barely broke it up in time.
I was surprised by how little playing time Rashard Higgins was given. The only thing I can think is that he was on a pitch count with this being his first week back.

Tight End
Pos Player Plays % Stats
TE David Njoku 55 73% 4 catches, 53 yards (5 targets).
TE Darren Fells 26 35% No stats registered.
TE Orson Charles 17 23% No stats registered.
TE Seth DeValve 14 19% 0 catches (1 target).

Whatever catches that David Njoku made were overshadowed by his missed block leading to a sack, and his reaction after the fact.
We saw progress in Duke Johnson's playing time, but not so with Seth DeValve, who was only targeted on Mayfield’s interception.

Offensive Line
Pos Player Plays % Stats
OL Greg Robinson 75 100%
OL Joel Bitonio 75 100%
OL JC Tretter 75 100%
OL Kevin Zeitler 75 100%
OL Chris Hubbard 75 100%

The Browns allowed 2 sacks and 2 quarterback hits.

OL Greg Robinson played well in his first start, registering the second-best pass-blocking grade (80.5) by PFF.

https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2018/11/6/...ff-notes-week-9




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Browns’ defensive snap counts, stats, and PFF notes: Week 9

Injuries crippled a Browns defense that was already at a disadvantage.

By Chris Pokorny@DawgsByNature Nov 6, 2018, 8:48pm EST



Below, we analyze the snap counts and stats on defense for the Cleveland Browns’ Week 9 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Defensive Line
Pos Player Plays % Stats
DL Larry Ogunjobi 58 92% 2 tackles (2 combined). 1 TFL, 1 QH.
DL Myles Garrett 55 87% 2 tackles (2 combined). 1 sack, 1 TFL, 3 QH.
DL Emmanuel Ogbah 52 83% 3 tackles, 1 assist (4 combined). 1 pass defended.
DL Trevon Coley 39 62% 2 tackles, 1 assist (3 combined).
DL Chris Smith 11 17% No stats registered.
DL Anthony Zettel 8 13% 1 assist (1 combined).
DL Brian Price 5 8% No stats registered.
DL Carl Davis 5 8% No stats registered.

Myles Garrett’s lone sack puts him at 9 for the season, keeping him on pace for 16. With the exception of Emmanuel Ogbah’s tipped pass that nearly stayed up for an interception, though, the line was not impactful for most of the afternoon.

Per PFF, Garrett was the only member of the Browns to record multiple pressures with five (one sack, two hits, two hurries).

Linebacker
Pos Player Plays % Stats
LB Jamie Collins 63 100% 6 tackles, 1 assist (7 combined).
LB Genard Avery 40 63% 3 tackles (3 combined). 1 sack, 1 TFL, 1 QH.
LB Tanner Vallejo 39 62% 5 tackles, 1 assist (6 combined). 1 TFL.
LB Christian Kirksey 21 33% 3 tackles (3 combined).

Jamie Collins led the Browns in tackles, but his lack of effort on so many plays is astounding. I think back to that very first game (or half) when Cleveland acquired him, and how good he was. I haven’t seen it since. He either has a big-time motivational problem or was a flash in the pan.

Christian Kirksey’s early injury forced Tanner Vallejo into action. On a day where the Browns couldn’t tackle anyone, Vallejo had a stretch in which he made three very sound tackles.

Cornerback
Pos Player Plays % Stats
CB T.J. Carrie 63 100% 2 tackles, 1 assist (3 combined).
CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun 54 86% 1 tackle (1 combined). 1 QH.
CB Denzel Rice 35 56% 1 interception, 1 pass defended.
CB Tavierre Thomas 17 27% 1 tackle (1 combined).
CB Denzel Ward 8 13% 1 tackle (1 combined).
CB E.J. Gaines 7 11% 1 tackle (1 combined).

How rotten of luck was is for E.J. Gaines and Denzel Ward to both be lost for the game after 8 plays? Cleveland’s attempt to try man coverage went out the window after that. Not that Cleveland would’ve stopped Kansas City’s offense anyway, but you never know — maybe they would’ve gotten one or two stops to allow them to compete better in a shootout.

Denzel Rice logged a cheap interception at the sideline to end the first half. But it kept the Browns’ turnover streak alive.

Safety
Pos Player Plays % Stats
S Jabrill Peppers 58 92% 3 tackles, 3 assists (6 combined). 1 QH.
S Derrick Kindred 54 86% 3 tackles, 2 assists (5 combined).

We saw a season-high workload for both Jabrill Peppers and Derrick Kindred, due to the absence of Damarious Randall and then the early injuries to the cornerbacks (which forced Briean Boddy-Calhoun to corner instead of free safety).

If you thought the Browns were helpless in coverage, there was one player who got a good coverage grade: SS Derrick Kindred. PFF says Kindred “allowed zero catches on one target (39.6 passer rating allowed) while in coverage on 31 snaps, adding six combined tackles and one run stop.”

https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2018/11/6/...ff-notes-week-9


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thank you, 15, for the follow up. That website has a boatload or interesting stats and was just what I needed. I think a big part of our failure at run defense is that our defensive line is playing 88-92% of the snaps. Last year Garrett, ogbah and ogunjobi played way less, ogbah and Garrett in the 70-78% range. That is a big difference. The fatigue at the end of games shows.

So why is that. Well last year our backups were meder, Brantley, nassib and Shelton was a starter . We had enough confidence in them to play them 20-25% of the snaps. However we dumped all those guys and replaced them with........well, with a bunch of guys we don’t put on the field. The decision to get rid of one d line starter and three backups has hurt our run game defense this year. No question.

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Thank you...will digest more, right away miss leading stat:

[/color]Per PFF, Mayfield released the ball on an average of 2.31 seconds, which was the 4th best among quarterbacks last week. On throws under 2.5 seconds, he had a QB rating of 130.0. When he held onto the ball longer, though, that rating sunk to 28.6.

In most cases he held onto the ball longer due to good coverage so chicken egg kind of thing...lol laugh


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