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A look at the stats and snap counts for every defensive and special teams player on the Redskins in the team's preseason finale against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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With all of the final cuts now official, we can see just how different the Redskins' defense will look next season. As you can tell from the table below, the turnover on this side of the ball between Week 1 of last season and now was drastic.

Note: * - Denotes starters in the following tables

2016 Week 1 Defensive Roster vs. Current Defensive 2017 Roster
2016 Week 1 Defensive Roster Current 2017 Defensive Roster
Position Player Season Age Player Season Age
DL Kedric Golston * 33 Jonathan Allen * 22
Chris Baker * 29 Stacy McGee * 27
Ricky Jean Francois 30 Terrell McClain 29
Anthonoy Lanier 23 Anthonoy Lanier 24
Ziggy Hood 29 Ziggy Hood 30
Kendall Reyes Matt Ioannidis 23
OLB Ryan Kerrigan * 28 Ryan Kerrigan * 29
Preston Smith * 24 Preston Smith * 25
Trent Murphy 26 Junior Galette 29
Houston Bates 25 Ryan Anderson 23
Chris Carter 28
ILB Mason Foster * 27 Mason Foster *
28
Will Compton * 27 Will Compton 28
Martrell Spaight 23 Martrell Spaight 24
Su'a Cravens 21 Zach Brown * 28
Terrance Garvin 26 Josh Harvey-Clemons 23
CB Josh Norman * 29 Josh Norman * 30
Bashaud Breeland * 24 Bashaud Breeland * 25
Dashaun Philips *
25 Fabian Moreau 23
Kendall Fuller 21 Kendall Fuller *
22
Quinton Dunbar 24 Quinton Dunbar 25
Greg Toler 31 Joshua Holsey 23
S DeAngelo Hall *
33 D.J. Swearinger * 26
David Bruton *
29 Su'a Cravens * 22
Will Blackmon 32 Montae Nicholson 22
Duke Ihenacho 27 Stefan McClure 24
Deshazor Everett 24 Deshazor Everett 25

I'll save you the trouble of counting and just tell you the differences, barring any changes that may occur over the next week.

  • Half of the defenders (13 of 26) from the 2016 Week 1 roster are gone. They have either been cut or are sidelined for an extended period of time due to injury (Hall and Murphy).
  • Four of the six defensive linemen and four of the five safeties are different.
  • There are 11 brand new players on the roster, and that doesn't even include Junior Galette who has yet to take a regular season snap for the team, and Matt Ioannidis, who played on just over 100 defensive snaps last year.
  • The defense features six new starters.
  • The average age at the end of the season for these players will be roughly 25.4. Last year that number was 26.8. That doesn't seem like a major difference, but it is; especially when you realize that the half of the defense that did return is now a full year older. For more on the youth movement check out John Keim's blurb on ESPN:

The Redskins have more than twice as many players 23 years or younger than they do 30 or older on their roster. The Redskins have 11 players under 23 and five older than 30. Of the elder group, three are considered starters: end Ziggy Hood, tight end Vernon Davis (in a two tight-end look) and long snapper Nick Sundberg. Of the under-23 crowd, six are expected to start or be key players: Ends Jonathan Allen and Matt Ioanndis, linebacker Ryan Anderson (when healthy), corner Kendall Fuller and running back Samaje

So will these major changes to the defense yield better results? Team-level preseason statistics are not the best barometer to look at for a question like this, but even if this unit's numbers improve half as well as they did this past month, than Greg Manusky's new defense will be considered a success.

Just check out their rankings in some of the top major statistical categories in the 2017 preseason compared to their rankings in the 2016 regular season (in parenthesis).

Yards Per Game: 9th (28th)

Yards Per Play: 5th (24th)

Yards Per Carry: 11th (27th),

Yards Per Attempt: 5th (23rd)

Third Down Conversion Percentage: 18th (32nd)

Red Zone Touchdown Percentage Allowed: 12th (26th)

That's an average improvement of 16 spots in the rankings across those categories. Again, it would have to be considered a major win if the defense could even improve by half that much.


DEFENSIVE LINE

Defensive Linemen (10 Players)
Player Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap%
Anthony Lanier 48 75% 122 45%
Brandon Banks 35 55% 74 27%
Joey Mbu * 25 39% 87 32%
Ondre Pipkins 24 38% 55 20%
A.J. Francis * 23 36% 83 31%
Matt Ioannidis * 6 9% 55 20%
Jonathan Allen DNP N/A 50 18%
Ziggy Hood DNP N/A 35 13%
Terrell McClain DNP N/A 45 17%
Stacy McGee DNP N/A 39 14%

Anthony Lanier- For the third time in four preseason contests, Anthony Lanier led all Washington D-linemen in snaps. His lowest finish in DL snaps on the team came last week, when he saw the second most plays at the position. Knowing that, it should not surprise you to learn that he led all Redskins defensive linemen in snaps and ranked fifth in defensive snaps (122), regardless of position, this preseason.

All of that playing time allowed the coaches to get an extended look at Lanier, but it seems a bit unnecessary to give a player who most people had as a roster lock what amounts to about 3 full games worth of regular season work.

Against Tampa Bay, Lanier registered a TFL, a QB hit and made tackles on Bucs gains of 1 and 2 yards.  Lanier's 85.3 Pro Football Focus grade, was the third highest mark given out to a player in this game.

He finished the preseason with a sack, 2 QB hits, 2 TFLs and 7 total tackles.

Brandon Banks- Banks' led all Skins defensive linemen with 4 total tackles (2 solo and 2 assisted). He was also able to pressure the quarterback in this game. Banks only stats in August were his 2 tackles against the Packers.

Weighing in at just 267, Banks is extremely undersized for a 3-4 defensive lineman that doesn't get sacks (4.5 sacks at Charlotte).

He has been waived.

Joey Mbu- Mbu got the start at nose tackle and played 25 snaps in the game. He did not record a stat of any kind or any pressures against the Bucs.

Mbu has a half sack and handful of tackles to his name this preseason, but that's about it. With Phil Taylor on IR, Mbu had a shot to earn the nose tackle role for this team, but was, instead, cut by the team today. There is a strong chance that the Redskins try to retain his services on their practice squad.

Ondre Pipkins- Pipkins made tackles on Buccaneers rushes of 2, 3 and 4 yards. Unfortunately, for him, those were his only tackle of the preseason and he failed to record a single pressure on his 55 total exhibition snaps.

He was waived by the team today.

A.J. Francis- Francis may have been out-snapped by fellow nose tackle, Mbu, in this game and in the preseason as a whole, but did put up better numbers than his hefty counterpart.

Francis made 3 tackles against the Bucs (1 solo and 2 assisted) and led all Skins D-linemen in tackles this Summer. Francis also recovered a fumble against the Bengals to set the offense up with nice field position.

Francis has also been cut. It appears that Ziggy Hood and Stacy McGee are the top options at nose tackle, which is not a good thing.

Matt Ioannidis- Ioannidis got the start at left end, his second start of the preseason. He only played on one 6-snap drive though. Ioannidis and a handful of other of other defenders that were certainties to make the team only saw the field for the first drive or two of the game.

He only recorded 2 solo tackles and a QB hit over the course of his 55-snap preseason (no stats against TB), but he was productive as a pass rusher, with pressures against both the Packers and Bengals. Look for him to be featured on the interior defensive line alongside of Jonathan Allen on obvious passing plays.


OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

Outside Linebackers (8 Players)
Player Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap%
Pete Robertson 56 88% 127 47%
Lynden Trail * 36 56% 144 53%
Ron Thompson 23 36% 45 17%
Chris Carter * 13 20% 95 35%
Ryan Anderson DNP N/A 35 13%
Junior Galette DNP N/A 21 8%
Ryan Kerrigan DNP N/A 35 13%
Preston Smith DNP N/A 43 16%

Pete Robertson- The converted inside backer out Texas Tech was a one-man wrecking crew against the Buccaneers. He recorded a whopping 8 total pressures (5 hurries and 3 hits). He led all 3-4 OLBs in pass rushing productivity in Week 4. Robertson also made 3 tackles, including 2 defensive stops.  He earned an impressive 84.9 grade from PFF and was named player of the game and to the team of the week by the site.

Robertson recorded a pressure and made multiple tackles in each of his last three games.

Despite his strong showing against the Bucs, Robertson was waived.

Lynden Trail- Trail started, made 3 solo tackles and was able to generate some pressure as a pass rusher.

His 144 non-special teams and 192 total snaps led the team this August. However, much like Zach Vigil, Trail simply didn't make any big plays. The only official statistic that he recorded other than a tackle was a single pass defense against the Ravens.

He was let go by the Redskins, but still has a shot at being stashed on the team's practice squad.

Ron Thompson- On his 45 exhibition snaps, Thompson showed up on the box score and recorded a pressure just one time: a QB hit against the Buccaneers.

It was not shocking to see him get cut (w/ an injury designation).

Chris Carter- Carter was yet another backup with a spot already secured on the roster who only played on 2 drives. Carter didn't dent the stat sheet in this one, but he had already done enough in the previous three games (1.5 sacks, 2 QB hits and 6 tackles).


INSIDE LINEBACKERS

Inside Linebackers (7 Players)
Player Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap%
Nico Marley * 48 75% 123 45%
Josh Harvey-Clemons 38 59% 88 32%
Zach Vigil 29 45% 90 33%
Martrell Spaight * 13 20% 57 21%
Zach Brown DNP N/A 61 22%
Will Compton DNP N/A 50 18%
Mason Foster DNP N/A 62 23%

Nico Marley- Bob's grandson led the inside backer corps in snaps in this game and in the preseason. Marley got the start in Tampa and recorded a TFL, a 10-yard sack and tied for a team-high 4 solo and 5 total tackles, and that was only his second best game in August.

Marley led the Redskins in preseason sacks (2) and tied for the team lead in solo tackles (12) and TFLs (2). He would be one of the smallest linebackers in the NFL, if not the smallest; so, he is best suited for the practice squad.

Marley was cut by the team.

Josh Harvey-Clemons- Seventh rounder, Harvey-Clemons, had his best outing as a pro on Thursday night. Like Marley, he recorded 4 solo and 5 total tackles, a TFL and a QB hit. Harvey-Clemons also added 2 hurries, a pass defense and a game-sealing 41-yard pick six.

He also only allowed 4 receptions for 29 yards in coverage. JHC earned a PFF rating of 85.2, the third highest grade player on the team.

Harvey-Clemons' big night in Tampa likely played a big part in him making the final roster.

Zach Vigil- Vigil also made 5 tackles in this game (3 solo); none of which the Bucs got a first down on.

Vigil led the team in total tackles in the preseason, with 15 of them, but that's about all that he did. Vigil failed to make any big plays. He did not record any of the following stats all preseason: TFL, sack, pass defense, QB hit, QB pressure, interception, forced fumble and fumble recovery.

He was cut this afternoon.

Martrell Spaight- Spaight was another roster lock that saw limited action on Thursday. He played on just 2 drives and 13 snaps, but he was impressively able to make two tackles in that limited time on the field.

Spaight led the linebacking corps with a 27.3% tackles-per-opportunity rate in the preseason. It looks like he could have a breakout year and push Mason Foster for snaps.


CORNERBACKS

Cornerbacks (8 Players)
Player Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap%
Tevin Homer 52 81% 118 43%
Jeremiah McKinnon 45 70% 109 40%
Joshua Holsey 31 48% 103 38%
Fabian Moreau * 19 30% 61 22%
Quinton Dunbar * 12 19% 69 25%
Bashaud Breeland DNP N/A 56 21%
Kendall Fuller DNP N/A 71 26%
Josh Norman DNP N/A 50 18%

Tevin Homer- Homer led the Skins cornerback unit with 52 snaps and 3 solo tackles against the Buccaneers. He also defended a pass.

His 118 preseason snaps are the most by any corner on the team.

He was waived today.

Jeremiah McKinnon- McKinnon led the game with two pass defenses. He also added a solo tackle on defense and two on special teams. On the downside, he and was penalized for holding on a third-and-long play.

McKinnon was also let go today.

Joshua Holsey- Seventh round slot corner Joshua Holsey made one tackle and defended a pass thrown at Chris Godwin.

Holsey saw 103 defensive snaps of action in the preseason and made a solo tackle in each game.  He flashed as playmaker with 2 passes defended and a sack.

Holsey made the team, and will be the team's backup slot corner behind Kendall Fuller.

Fabian Moreau- The freak athlete out of UCLA looked sharp after he got beat by Godwin on an overthrown pass early in the game. Moreau started, defended a pass and assisted on a tackle.

Expect the talented Moreau to see a lot of snaps and to start games this year.

Quinton Dunbar-Dunbar drew the start opposite of Moreau.  He, too, only got on the field for a couple of drives and did not crack the box score.

He only registered a single tackle and pass defense in his four preseason appearances, but the young, converted corner has shown the team that he is worth keeping around.


SAFETIES

Safeties (8 Players)
Player Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap%
Stefan McClure 58 91% 112 41%
Fish Smithson 56 88% 131 48%
Deshazor Everett * 13 20% 113 42%
Will Blackmon * 1 2% 72 26%
Su'a Cravens DNP N/A 3 1%
Montae Nicholson DNP N/A 47 17%
D.J. Swearinger DNP N/A 51 19%
DeAngelo Hall PUP N/A 0 0%

Stefan McClure- The rookie out of Cal played on a team-high 58 snaps and made the most out of that opportunity. All 4 of his solo tackles came within 3 yards of the line of scrimmage, and were counted as defensive stops. He also defended a pass and allowed just 1 yard on the 3 receptions that came in his coverage.

McClure's 93.9 PFF rating was the second highest grade handed out by the site in the final week of the preseason.

This was not his first plus performance either. He registered a TFL and a QB hit in Week 1. He also led all Skins DBs with 9 solo tackles in the preseason.

Stefan McClure's efforts on Thursday night helped to him earn a roster spot. McClure making the 53 was the biggest Redskins surprise of cut day.

McClure's next challenge will be to play well enough to hold onto his spot when DeAngelo Hall is taken off the PUP list.

Fish Smithson- Smithson came in after Blackmon exited following the first snap. Fish made a solo and an assisted tackle against the Bucs.

Smithson's 131 snaps were the most by a Redskins defensive back in August.

The team waived him today.

Deshazor Everett- Like Ioannidis, Spaight and Dunbar, Everett got the quick hook after 13 snaps. Despite the limited PT, Everett was able to notch 2 tackles and a pass defense on third down.

Everett is one of the team's top special teamers and he will be the first safety off the bench this season. Look for him to at least triple his 76 career defensive snaps this season.

Will Blackmon-Blackmon started at free safety, but the first snap of the game was his last of the night and as a member of the Washington Redskins. Blackmon was one of the first cuts made by the team on Friday.

The soon-to-be 33-year old made some big plays in his two years with the team (4 FF, 2 FR, 11 PD, 1.5 sacks, and 3 Ints), but the team opted to move on from the veteran and go with a youth movement at the position. Outside of DeAngelo Hall (who is currently on the PUP list), D.J. Swearinger is the oldest safety on the roster. Swearinger turned 26 yesterday.


ALL DEFENSIVE SNAPS (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Defense (41 Players) Defense (continued)
Player Snaps Snap % Player Snaps Snap %
Stefan McClure 58 91% Matt Ioannidis * 6 9%
Pete Robertson 56 88% Will Blackmon * 1 2%
Fish Smithson 56 88% Jonathan Allen DNP N/A
Tevin Homer 52 81% Ryan Anderson DNP N/A
Anthony Lanier 48 75% Bashaud Breeland DNP N/A
Nico Marley * 48 75% Zach Brown DNP N/A
Jeremiah McKinnon 45 70% Will Compton DNP N/A
Josh Harvey-Clemons 38 59% Su'a Cravens DNP N/A
Lynden Trail * 36 56% Mason Foster DNP N/A
Brandon Banks 35 55% Kendall Fuller DNP N/A
Joshua Holsey 31 48% Junior Galette DNP N/A
Zach Vigil 29 45% Ziggy Hood DNP N/A
Joey Mbu * 25 39% Ryan Kerrigan DNP N/A
Ondre Pipkins 24 38% Terrell McClain DNP N/A
A.J. Francis * 23 36% Stacy McGee DNP N/A
Ron Thompson 23 36% Montae Nicholson DNP N/A
Fabian Moreau * 19 30% Josh Norman DNP N/A
Chris Carter * 13 20% Preston Smith DNP N/A
Deshazor Everett * 13 20% D.J. Swearinger DNP N/A
Martrell Spaight * 13 20% DeAngelo Hall PUP N/A
Quinton Dunbar * 12 19%


ALL DEFENSIVE SNAPS (Total Preseason Snaps)

Defense (45 Players) Defense (continued)
Player PS Snaps Snap% Player PS Snaps Snap%
Lynden Trail 144 53% Bashaud Breeland ** 56 21%
Fish Smithson 131 48% Matt Ioannidis ** 55 20%
Pete Robertson 127 47% Ondre Pipkins 55 20%
Nico Marley 123 45% Dashaun Philips 54 20%
Anthony Lanier 122 45% D.J. Swearinger ** 51 19%
Tevin Homer 118 43% Jonathan Allen ** 50 18%
Deshazor Everett * 113 42% Will Compton * 50 18%
Stefan McClure 112 41% Josh Norman ** 50 18%
Jeremiah McKinnon 109 40% Montae Nicholson 47 17%
Joshua Holsey 103 38% Terrell McClain * 45 17%
Chris Carter 95 35% Ron Thompson 45 17%
Zach Vigil 90 33% Preston Smith ** 43 16%
Josh Harvey-Clemons 88 32% Stacy McGee 39 14%
Joey Mbu 87 32% Ryan Anderson * 35 13%
A.J. Francis 83 31% Ziggy Hood * 35 13%
Brandon Banks 74 27% Ryan Kerrigan ** 35 13%
Will Blackmon 72 26% Phil Taylor 23 8%
Kendall Fuller ** 71 26% Junior Galette * 21 8%
Quinton Dunbar 69 25% Tim Scott 16 6%
Mason Foster ** 62 23% Trent Murphy 10 4%
Zach Brown ** 61 22% Su'a Cravens ** 3 1%
Fabian Moreau * 61 22% DeAngelo Hall 0 0%
Martrell Spaight 57 21%


SPECIAL TEAMS (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Special Teams (36 Players) Special Teams (continued)
Player Snaps Snap % Player Snaps Snap %
Fish Smithson 18 78% Tyler Catalina 4 17%
Stefan McClure 16 70% Lucas Crowley 4 17%
Pete Robertson 16 70% Kyle Kalis 4 17%
Lynden Trail 16 70% Vinston Painter 4 17%
Manasseh Garner 14 61% Isaiah Williams 4 17%
Jeremiah McKinnon 13 57% Chris Carter 3 13%
Zach Vigil 13 57% A.J. Francis 3 13%
Jeremy Sprinkle 12 52% Anthony Lanier 3 13%
Josh Harvey-Clemons 11 48% Joey Mbu 3 13%
Tevin Homer 11 48% Ronald Patrick 3 13%
Nico Marley 10 43% Ondre Pipkins 3 13%
Maurice Harris 9 39% Jamari Staples 3 13%
Matt Hazel 8 35% E.J. Bibbs 2 9%
Dustin Hopkins 8 35% Robert Davis 2 9%
Nick Sundberg 8 35% Brian Quick 2 9%
Tress Way 8 35% Joshua Holsey 2 9%
Zach Pascal 6 26% Kenny Hillard 1 4%
Mack Brown 5 22% Kendall Pace 1 4%

Snaps- Fish Smithson led Washington with 18 special teams snaps in Tampa Bay. He was followed by Stefan McClure, Pete Robertson and Lynden Trail, who all saw 16 snaps.

Trail (48), Smithson (46), Josh Harvey-Clemons (45) and Zach Vigil (45) led the Skins in teams snaps in the preseason.

Dustin Hopkins- Hopkins' perfect preseason ended when an attempt from 36 yards went wide right. He more than made up for the miss, however, by nailing a 50 and a 53 yarder in the game.

It is a very promising sign to see Hopkins make 4 field goals of 49 yards or more over the last month. He has only been able to hit on 7 of 13 career attempts from 49 or more yards out (53.8%).

Two of Hopkins' kicks went for touchbacks, while the other two were returned for Buccaneers' gains of 34 and 32 yards, the two longest returns allowed by the Redskins in the preseason.

Tress Way- Two of Way's four punts pinned the Bucs inside of their own 8-yard line, while the other two went for touchbacks. Tampa Bay was unable to return any of punts.

Of Way's 23 punts in the preseason, 8 left the opposition with a starting field position inside their own 20 (35%) and 4 went for touchbacks.

Outside of a 46-yard punt return by Keenan Reynolds and the Ravens, the Redskins only gave up 28 return yards on Tress Way's 23 punts.

Coverage Unit- Jeremiah McKinnon made both of the team's solo special teams tackles in the game. Those tackles and his assisted tackle against the Ravens, gave him a team-leading 3 total special teams tackles in the preseason.

Will Compton was the only other Redskins to finish out the month with two solo teams tackles.

Kickoff Returns- Zach Pascal and Matt Hazel were the team's top kickoff returners again, but neither player ended up with a return in the game. Mack Brown took the Skins' only kickoff return for 24 yards.

Punt Returns- Maurice Harris handled the punt return duties against the Bucs.  He fair caught four punts and took his only return for 8 yards. Three of his four his fair catches were fielded between the twenties.


SPECIAL TEAMS (Total Preseason Snaps)

Special Teams (77 Players) Special Teams (continued)
Player PS Snaps Snap% Player PS Snaps Snap%
Lynden Trail 48 45% E.J. Bibbs 8 7%
Fish Smithson 46 43% Derek Carrier 8 7%
Josh Harvey-Clemons 45 42% Stacy McGee 8 7%
Zach Vigil 45 42% Vinston Painter 8 7%
Jeremy Sprinkle 43 40% Chase Roullier 8 7%
Pete Robertson 42 39% Tyler Catalina 7 7%
Tress Way 38 36% Kenny Hillard 7 7%
Nick Sundberg 37 35% Ronald Patrick 7 7%
Chris Carter 36 34% Vernon Davis 6 6%
Manasseh Garner 33 31% Ryan Grant 6 6%
Matt Hazel 33 31% Shawn Lauvao 6 6%
Robert Davis 31 29% Morgan Moses 6 6%
Joshua Holsey 31 29% Ty Nsekhe 6 6%
Stefan McClure 31 29% Niles Paul 6 6%
Dustin Hopkins 30 28% Brandon Scherff 6 6%
Zach Pascal 29 27% Jonathan Allen 5 5%
Jeremiah McKinnon 28 26% Ziggy Hood 5 5%
Mack Brown 26 24% Matt Jones 5 5%
Brian Quick 24 22% Terrell McClain 5 5%
Tevin Homer 23 21% Brandon Banks 4 4%
Nico Marley 23 21% Lucas Crowley 4 4%
Deshazor Everett 22 21% A.J. Francis 4 4%
Quinton Dunbar 21 20% Arie Kouandijo 4 4%
Fabian Moreau 21 20% Josh Norman 4 4%
Matt Ioannidis 18 17% Ondre Pipkins 4 4%
Will Compton 17 16% James Quick 4 4%
Kendall Fuller 17 16% Tim Scott 4 4%
Martrell Spaight 17 16% Jamari Staples 4 4%
Will Blackmon 16 15% Chris Thompson 4 4%
Dashaun Philips 16 15% Zach Brown 3 3%
Maurice Harris 15 14% Ryan Kerrigan 3 3%
Montae Nicholson 14 13% Preston Smith 3 3%
Samaje Perine 13 12% D.J. Swearinger 3 3%
Kyle Kalis 12 11% Phil Taylor 3 3%
Joey Mbu 11 10% Spencer Long 2 2%
Isaiah Williams 10 9% Kevin Bowen 1 1%
Ryan Anderson 9 8% John Kling 1 1%
Bashaud Breeland 9 8% Kendall Pace 1 1%
Anthony Lanier 9 8%

*All statistics are courtesy of 3 Sigma Athlete, CSN Mid Atlantic, ESPN, NFL.com, NFL Gamebooks, Pro Football Focus, Pro Football Reference, Real Redskins and Redskins.com*


Skins Stats & Snaps: Redskins @ Bucs (Offense)

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Special Teams (67 Players)
Player Snaps Snap % Player Snaps Snap %
Vontae Diggs 59 54% Cassanova McKinzy 13 12%
Matt Flanagan 52 47% Dante Sawyer 11 10%
Shaun Dion Hamilton 51 46% Kyle Kalis 11 10%
Kenny Ladler 50 45% Tony Bergstrom 11 10%
Fish Smithson 44 40% Anthony Lanier 10 9%
Jerod Fernandez 41 37% Tim Settle 10 9%
Prince Charles Iworah 40 36% De'Veon Smith 9 8%
Nick Sundberg 34 31% John Kling 9 8%
Tress Way 34 31% Brian Quick 8 7%
Pete Robertson 33 30% Geron Christian 8 7%
Dustin Hopkins 32 29% Shay Fields 8 7%
Danny Johnson 30 27% Timon Parris 8 7%
Martrell Spaight 30 27% Byron Marshall 7 6%
Ranthony Texada 30 27% Casey Dunn 7 6%
Kapri Bibbs 29 26% Masonn Foster 7 6%
Quin Blanding 27 25% Montae Nicholson 7 6%
Troy Apke 27 25% Phil Taylor 7 6%
Greg Stroman 26 24% Dadi Nicolas 5 5%
Garrett Hudson 24 22% Demetrius Rhaney 5 5%
Cam Sims 22 20% Tyler Catalina 5 5%
Darvin Kidsy 21 19% Ziggy Hood 5 5%
Josh Harvey Clemons 21 19% Jonathan Allen 4 4%
Robert Kelley 21 19% Preston Smith 4 4%
Simmie Cobbs 21 19% T.J. Clemmings 4 4%
Adonis Alexander 20 18% JoJo Wicker 3 3%
Trey Quinn 20 18% Matt Ioannidis 3 3%
Deshazor Everett 17 15% Maurice Harris 3 3%
J.P. Holtz 16 15% Ty Nsekhe 3 3%
Isaiah Williams 15 14% Brandon Scherrf 2 2%
Zach Vigil 15 14% Chase Roullier 2 2%
Fabian Moreau 14 13% Morgan Moses 2 2%
Jeremy Sprinkle 14 13% Shawn Lavao 2 2%
Ondre Pipkins 14 13% Dan Williams 1 1%
Ryan Anderson 14 13%

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