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Bears vs Browns: Inside the snap counts, stats, and more

Here are all the snap counts for the Chicago Bears, a spotlight on some of their individual statistics, and a few team stats from their latest loss...

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The Chicago Bears made history in their 20 to 17 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

According to Doug Clawson of CBS Sports, when Chicago choked away the game after leading 17 to 7 in the fourth quarter, it tied an NFL record with their third ten-point blown fourth-quarter lead in a season.

The Bears have three games remaining to break the record, so with the playoffs not really on the table anymore, we can root for the Bears to avoid or break this record, depending on what you're hoping to see out of this regime.

The Browns outgained the Bears (377 to 236), they had more first downs (14 to 12), they had a slight edge on third down conversions (25.0% to 22.2%), and on fourth down tries, they were 1 for 1 while the Bears were 0-2.

Chicago was only flagged 4 times for 19 yards, while Cleveland was hit with 9 for 48.

And then there's this wild team statistic about the Bears from the This Day in Chicago Sports Twitter account (@ChiSportsDay).

Since 2015, teams with 3+ sacks, 3+ INT and a pick six were 40-0.

They are now 40-1.

Unreal.

Let's look at the Bears' playing time breakdowns and a few individual stats.

OFFENSE

Justin Fields had a rough game, going 19 of 40 passing for 166 yards with 7 runs for 30 yards. He was originally credited with 2 interceptions, both of which came on the end of half Hail Mary passes, and his passer rating was 46.5. Fields did throw a touchdown pass, and he was sacked 3 times.

Cole Kmet caught the TD pass, and overall, he had 5 receptions for 23 yards.

DJ Moore was targeted 8 times, and he caught 4 for 52 yards. The Bears are now 0-7 in games where Moore is targeted 8 or fewer times.

Roschon Johnson led the Bears with 36 yards rushing on 5 attempts, and he caught 4 for 24 yards.

D'Onta Foreman had 6 rushes for -6 yards.

DEFENSE

Montez Sweat had 7 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 1 tackle for loss, and a forced fumble. He now leads the Bears with 6 sacks this season, and by the way, he still leads the Commanders with 6.5 sacks.

Tremaine Edmunds had 9 tackles and an interception he returned 45 yards for a TD.

T.J. Edwards chipped in with 6 tackles, a half sack, and 2 passes defended.

Gervon Dexter Sr. had a half sack and 2 tackles.

Tyrique Stevenson had an interception, 2 PD, and 5 tackles while rotating with fellow rookie corner Terell Smith, who had 4 tackles and a PD.

DeMarcus Walker had 4 tackles, 2 TFL, and a half sack.

Eddie Jackson picked up his first interception this season while making 3 tackles.

Kyler Gordon had 7 tackles.

The Bears held the Browns to 29 rushing yards, but Joe Flacco did this...

SPECIAL TEAMS*

*The above image has players who only played in the third phase.

Cairo Santos was 2 for 2 on extra points, and he hit a 41-yard field goal.

Trenton Gill had a career-high 10 punts for a 44.8 average (40.5 net), with 2 punts inside the twenty-yard line.

Trent Taylor returned 5 punts for 23 yards with 2 fumbles (1 lost).

Jaylon Jones had 2 special teams tackles.

To check out the complete Bears vs. Browns box score, I find that ESPN has an easy-to-navigate site, so hit that link if you want to see all the numbers.

All statistics and snap counts are taken directly from the NFL's Game Statistics and Information System, as are the accompanying pictures.