As such, Joe Burrow only played 92 percent of the snaps and for his side of the ball, only the offensive line played a full 100 percent. It was clear they need the work — after putting Hakeem Adeniji in at right guard for rookie Jackson Carman, Cleveland hardly blitzed but consistently pressured and hit Burrow.
Also of note is Tyler Boyd’s 79 percent of the snaps. That’s not too unusual — but the fact the offense completely ignored him certainly was.
Only two defenders got in on 100 percent of the snaps for a unit that looked lost and simply didn’t want to compete when it came to basics like making tackles.