Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
Find out who played a lot and who played a little.
Of the receivers, aside from Fitz, Andre Roberts was in 78 percent of the snaps with 57, Michael Floyd in almost half the snaps with 36, Early Doucet was in for 34 plays and LaRon Byrd had his debut in the NFL, appearing in one play.
The busiest defensive lineman was Calais Campbell, who played 66 snaps. Darnell Dockett was not far off with 64. The defense was mostly in nickel, as Dan Williams only played 11 snaps, David Carter and Vonnie Holliday four and Nick Eason two.
Daryl Washington left the field for five plays. O'Brien Schofield and Sam Acho played 61 and 60 snaps, with Quentin Groves getting 17. Jamell Fleming was in on 58 plays, Rashad Johnson in 21 and Kerry Rhodes 52.
The player with the least amount of defensive reps? Stew Bradley, who was in for one play.
Last season, it was Wilson and Lenon who played the most snaps in the league at their positions. Wilson I understand. Lenon clearly has the respect and trust of Ray Horton. To start the season, we saw a lot of Reggie Walker, especially in nickel packages. Walker was out, so I thought that Bradley might see the field. Nope.
What do you think of the snap counts? Anyone who should have gotten more reps?