The Seattle Seahawks came home Sunday with a victory in Cleveland despite being down a couple of starting offensive linemen. Right guard D.J. Fluker (hamstring) and left tackle Duane Brown (biceps) were both inactive Week 6 against the Browns.

Jamarco Jones got his first NFL start in place of Fluker and George Fant stepped in for Brown.

“We love those guys – we wish they were with us – but it didn’t really faze us,” coach Pete Carroll said after the win. “We didn’t do anything different at all. We counted on George to come through at left tackle. We counted on Jamarco to play like he did. We just went through the game plan and did exactly what we wanted to do. No restrictions at all. It was a fantastic job by those guys.”

Both Jones and Fant played 100% of the Seahawks offensive snaps.

Here’s a look at the rest of the snap counts and playtime percentages for both Seattle and Cleveland.