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Browns at Dolphins Week 3 recap: Defensive snap counts for Miami

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NFL: Cleveland Browns at Miami Dolphins Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins beat the Cleveland Browns in overtime on Sunday, coming away with a 30-24 victory. The Dolphins defense struggled throughout much of the game, especially when the Browns put the ball - either through passing, running, or receiving - in the hands of Terrelle Pryor.

The Dolphins allowed 169 rushing yards to the Browns, giving them a season average of 147.3, the second worst in the league. It has not been pretty for the Miami defense.

As we do every week, we take a look at the defensive snap counts for the Dolphins from the last game, as well as where they stand for the season.

Defensive ends

Mario Williams: 59/72%

Jason Jones: 47/57%

Cameron Wake: 36/44%

Andre Branch: 35/43%

Julius Warmsley: 17/21%

Defensive tackles

Ndamukong Suh: 67/82%

Jordan Phillips: 49/60%

Chris Jones: 19/23%

Linebackers

Kiko Alonso: 82/100%

Jelani Jenkins: 56/68%

Neville Hewitt: 26/32%

Donald Butler: 20/24%

Koa Misi: 14/17%

Cornerbacks

Byron Maxwell: 82/100%

Xavien Howard: 81/99%

Bobby McCain: 23/28%

Safeties

Reshad Jones: 82/100%

Isa Abdul-Quddus: 82/100%

Michael Thomas: 25/30%

2016 Season Snap Counts (Defense):