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Browns at Dolphins: Miami offensive snap counts from 30-24 overtime win

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NFL: Cleveland Browns at Miami Dolphins Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins beat the Cleveland Browns yesterday in a game that was much closer than expected - at least by Dolphins fans. The game ended with a touchdown from Jay Ajayi in overtime, giving Miami their first win of the season and head coach Adam Gase’s first career win.

The team did not look particularly sharp during the game, with too many inconsistent moments. The team has to find the answers quickly, because they will be back at it in just a few days as they face the Cincinnati Bengals in a Thursday Night Football game.

Before we get to that game, though, we need to look at the snap counts for the Dolphins, starting with the offense:

Wide receivers:

Jarvis Landry - 66 snaps, 99%

Kenny Stills - 65, 97%

DeVante Parker - 58, 87%

Running backs:

Kenyan Drake - 27, 40%

Jay Ajayi - 18, 27%

Isaiah Pead - 12, 18%

Damien Williams - 11, 16%

Quarterback:

Ryan Tannehill - 67, 100%

Tight ends:

Dion Sims - 60, 90%

Jordan Cameron - 12, 18%

MarQueis Gray - 5, 7%

Offensive linemen:

Branden Albert (LT) - 67, 100%

Laremy Tunsil (LG) - 67, 100%

Jermon Bushrod (RG) - 67, 100%

Ja’Wuan James (RT) - 60, 90%

Anthony Steen (C) - 45, 67%

Kraig Urbik (C) - 22, 33%

Billy Turner (RT/TE) - 8, 12%

2016 Season Snap Counts (Offense):

Dolphins 2016 season offensive snap counts (by percentage snaps played); Wide receivers - blue, tight ends - white, running backs - yellow, quarterbacks - green, offensive linemen - red.