The pre-season is in the books and 'Cut Day' is upon us. For what it's worth, the Redskins finished 1st in the NFC in total defense and 3rd in the NFC in total offense. I say take that to the "Meaningless Stat" file and save it until next year because the Redskins finished last year's pre-season ranked 2nd in defense and 3rd in offense among NFC teams as well. We all know how that turned out.
There are a few takeaways from yesterday's finale, like Lache Seastrunk and Ryan Grant showing they belong, Zach Hocker missing his 39-yard attempt, and Truck Neild and Akeem Jordan going down with injuries. Take a look at the snap count for each player and comment with your own takeaway.
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*Data tables put together by James Dorsett
Three Quick Notes:
- As expected, the veteran RB Evan Royster was in on the fewest number of snaps among RBs. Much less to prove, but also much less intrigue to see what he can do.
- Despite going down with an injury scare in week 3, T Morgan Moses tied with T Tom Compton for the offensive team lead in snaps with 179.
- On defense, ILB Will Compton took the snap count crown with 149.