The Cleveland Browns didn’t appear to belong on the exact same field as the Arizona Cardinals in Week 6. The 37 – 14 rating informs the tale however the video game didn’t appear that close for the majority of it other than for a time after the hail mary goal that cut the result in 9 at halftime.
The absence of their leading 3 deals with and Nick Chubb substantially affected the run video game while the defense didn’t look efficient in keeping the video game low scoring, just requiring 2 punts.
Baker Mayfield was uneasy in the pocket throughout the day turning the ball over two times, one interception and one fumble. His hail mary heave assisted bump his general numbers up however his play was doing not have even prior to injuring his shoulder once again.
With a brief week, Kareem Hunt potentially substantially hurt and an entire host of concerns for the group to respond to, the next couple of days might result in a great deal of soul-searching.
Taking a take a look at the breeze counts might be a part of that soul-searching procedure particularly on the protective side of the ball.
Offensive Snap Counts
With Odell Beckham Jr. missing out on a long time due to getting his shoulder hurt, it is not unexpected to see him in on just 54% of the snaps. Seeing Hunt at 69% of the snaps with D’Ernest Johnson and Demetric Felton each just have 12 snaps hire to question the leading back’s usage after being hurt all week.
With Andy Janovich on the hurt reserve, the Browns just utilized their replacement fullback, Johnny Stanton for 2 snaps on offense.
Only 59 overall snaps for the Cleveland offense on Sunday, compared to Arizona’s 75.
Defensive Snap Counts
It is on the protective side of the ball that a few of the most fascinating breeze counts come. Greg Newsome II, returning from a calf injury, just played 21 snaps. Jadeveon Clowney, returning from knee and elbow injuries, played in 58 snaps while his backup, Takk McKinley, just played in 26.
Perhaps the most unexpected is that Grant Delpit just played in 9 snaps for the Browns defense while the other 2 securities both played all 75 snaps.
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah has actually apparently taken control of as Cleveland’s every-down linebacker while Anthony Walker is the just other second-level protector to get a great deal of snaps.
Special Teams Snap Counts
With Owusu-Koramoah taking more protective snaps, his time on unique groups continues to be low compared to previously in the season. Interestingly, lots of protective beginners saw the field for unique groups today.
Herb Miller, raised from the practice team, saw a great deal of time on unique groups in addition to novices Richard LeCounte and Tony Fields.