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Redskins vs. Browns: Snap Counts

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Taking a look at the snap count for each player on the Redskins for their 2nd preseason game.

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The first four possessions for the Redskins all resulted in turnovers (fumble, interception, on downs, interception). As the game progressed the Redskins got into a groove but the game had "PRE-SEASON" written all over it. Penalties and miscues (on both sides) plagued the game.  However, the Redskins' first team defense looked like they came to play. Haslett and Co. did Mike Pettine no favors in helping him choose between the sub-par play of both Hoyer and Manziel.  Overall, the roster seems to be taking shape with guys like Ryan Grant and Lache Seastrunk emerging at key position battle spots.

Take a look at the snap counts below and comment with your takeaways:

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Quick Takes

  • The starters played mid-way through the 2nd quarter.
  • Akeem Jordan and Adam Hayward flipped their playing time from last week to this week. Jordan was in on 46% of snaps last week but only 24% this week. Hayward, vice versa.  Both seem to have the inside track to making the roster with Darryl Sharpton injured.
  • EJ Biggers and Bacarri Rambo saw significantly less time this week. Makes sense with the return of Phillip Thomas and Tracy Porter to the secondary.
  • Silas Redd is still getting significantly more work than the other backs. However, in his 20 snaps he only had 5 carries. Seastrunk, on the other hand, got 7 carries on 10 snaps.