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Defensive Snap Breakdown Against The Cleveland Browns

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Michael Johnson is a swan in the wind. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
Michael Johnson is a swan in the wind. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Cincinnati's defense defended against 73 snaps by the Cleveland Browns - 29 called runs, 44 called passes. The Bengals played a combination of their base 4-3 and nickel defense, playing mostly with five defensive backs using a combination of Gibril Wilson and Morgan Trent during nickel situations. Linebacker Brandon Johnson only contributed on four snaps against the Browns last weekend and Michael Johnson and Domata Peko were the most active defensive linemen.

Here's the personnel snap breakdown on defense, courtesy of Pro Football Focus.

Defensive Ends Snaps Run Pass Rush Pass Cov.
Robert Geathers 40 14 26 0
Michael Johnson 46 16 28 2
Carlos Dunlap 32 9 23 0
Jonathan Fanene 28 13 14 1
Frostee Rucker 23 11 12 0
         
Defensive Tackles Snaps Run Pass Rush Pass Cov.
Domata Peko 47 23 24 0
Geno Atkins 44 15 29 0
Pat Sims 32 15 17 0
         
Linebacker Snaps Run Pass Rush Pass Cov.
Rey Maualuga 73 29 3 41
Thomas Howard 73 29 5 39
Manny Lawson 26 15 4 7
Brandon Johnson 4 1 1 2
         
Cornerbacks Snaps Run Pass Rush Pass Cov.
Leon Hall 73 29 0 44
Nate Clements 73 29 0 44
Morgan Trent 23 5 1 17
         
Safety Snaps Run Pass Rush Pass Cov.
Chris Crocker 73 29 5 39
Reggie Nelson 73 29 5 39
Gibril Wilson 20 8 0 12