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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 Baltimore Ravens

NFL: Washington Redskins at Baltimore Ravens Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Snaps- Greg Manusky utilized 27 of his 42 defenders on 59 snaps against the Ravens’ offense. The defense was on the field for a total of 258 snaps in the 2018 preseason, the exact same number of snaps taken by the offense.

QB Pressure- The D failed to consistently generate pressure for the second straight week and for the third time this preseason. The team recorded one sack for third time this August and was only able to hit a Ravens passer on one other dropback. Lamar Jackson and Josh Woodrum were only pressured a combined six times on their 26 dropbacks, which gives the Redskins’ pass rush a subpar pressure rate of just 23.1%.

The defense generated pressure on just over a quarter of their opponents’ dropbacks in their four tune-up games combined (27.4%).

Rushing Defense- Excluding Josh Woodrum’s kneel down, Baltimore took 32 rushes for 181 yards, 10 first downs, 1 touchdown and a 5.66 YPC average. They posted a success rate of 50% and picked up 5 or more yards on 12 rushes and gained 10-plus yards six times.

Washington allowed 140 or more yards on the ground in three of their four preseason contests.

Missed Tackles- One of the biggest reasons that the run defense struggled was because Redskins’ defenders combined to miss a whopping 12 tackles on defense, 11 of which came against the run. Washington’s defensive players have combined to miss at least eight tackles in all four exhibition games.

They also whiffed on three special teams tackles in Friday night’s game, giving them 15 total misses on the night.

3rd Down- After allowing a conversion on 18 of the 40 third downs they faced coming into the game, the Redskins’ defense only let the Ravens pick up a first down on one of their ten third-down attempts (10%). That gives the team a 38% conversion rate allowed on the money down this exhibition season.

However, the Ravens did convert on their only fourth-down try of the night.

Red Zone- The defense wasn’t as stingy in the red zone. They let Baltimore score touchdowns on half of their trips to the red zone (2-of-4). The 50% conversion rate allowed for the game matches what they did in the preseason as a whole (6-of-12). That might sound bad, but this figure actually ranked 6th in the league.

Turnovers & Touchdowns- The Skins picked off a pass in the game, their only takeaway versus the Birds. It was just their third interception and fourth turnover of the year.

Half the teams in the league (16-of-32) scored a preseason touchdown on defense or special teams; the Redskins were not one of them.

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

Defensive Linemen (11 Players)
Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap %
Ondre Pipkins 32 54% 113 44%
Phil Taylor * 30 51% 60 24%
Tim Settle * 28 47% 151 59%
Dante Sawyer 26 44% 79 31%
JoJo Wicker 18 31% 18 7%
Anthony Lanier * 15 25% 93 36%
Jonathan Allen DNP N/A 33 13%
Ziggy Hood DNP N/A 28 11%
Matt Ioannidis DNP N/A 13 5%
Daron Payne DNP N/A 33 13%
Stacy McGee PUP N/A 0 0%

Tim Settle- Tim Settle’s productive Summer continued on Thursday night. His pass defense streak was finally snapped and he recorded just one tackle (an assist that stopped the Ravens at the goal line), but he did register a team-high 2 pressures and was the only Redskin who scored a QB hit in the game. The hit was made on first-round pick Lamar Jackson, just as L-Jax was throwing what would end up being an incomplete pass on third down.

Chris Wormley and Bilal Nichols were the only two interior defenders who played more snaps than Settle did this preseason (151). No other interior defender in the league or player on the Redskins’ roster defended more passes (3) than he did this August.

Phil Taylor- Big Phil Taylor started for just the second time since 2014 and was out with the defense for 30 snaps in Baltimore.

After recording 4 solo tackles in his 2018 debut last week, the 30-year-old Maryland native was unable to notch a single tackle in the game. He also failed to generate any pressure on the opposing quarterbacks in his 30 total pass-rushing snaps in the preseason.

Anthony Lanier- Anthony Lanier started for just the third time in his three-year career and played 15 snaps against the Ravens. However, for the first time this preseason, the veteran was not able to crack the stat sheet or record a single pressure in a game.

Ondre Pipkins- With 32 snaps against the Ravens, Pipkins led all Redskins’ D-linemen in defensive playing time for the second time this August. He bounced back from last week’s no-show on the stat sheet by recording 3 tackles in this game (2 solo and 1 assist). One of Pipkins’ solo stops held Ravens’ running back Mark Thompson to a gain of just 1 yard on a 2nd-and-goal run at the 2-yard line.

Ondre Pipkins made at least 2 solo tackles in three of the four games and he didn’t miss a tackle all preseason. He was unable to find that same level of success as a pass rusher, though. Pipkins couldn’t generate a single pressure on his 45 pass rushes this August.

Dante Sawyer- Sawyer saw a dramatic rise in playing time between Weeks 3 and 4 of the exhibition season, as his snap total on defense rose from 3 to 26. He led all Washington defensive linemen in the game with 3 solo and 4 total tackles, one of which was a TFL that pushed the Ravens back a yard. Sawyer was held without a pressure on his seven pass rushes, making this the third time this preseason that he was blanked in this department.

JoJo Wicker- The undrafted rookie, who was signed on Tuesday, contributed absolutely nothing in this game. Wicker did not record a single stat or pressure on his 18 defensive and 3 special teams snaps. He was released this afternoon.

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

Outside Linebackers (8 Players)
Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap %
Pete Robertson * 33 56% 99 38%
Vontae Diggs 26 44% 100 39%
Ryan Anderson * 23 39% 103 40%
Cassanova McKinzy 22 37% 44 17%
Dadi Nicolas 14 24% 75 29%
Ryan Kerrigan DNP N/A 27 10%
Pernell McPhee DNP N/A 34 13%
Preston Smith DNP N/A 33 13%

Ryan Anderson- The Ryan Anderson renaissance continued this week, as the former second-rounder recorded 3 solo and 4 total tackles in Baltimore, both of which represent the second highest totals of his career. Three of those tackles came within a yard of the line of scrimmage, with one of them going for a 1-yard loss and another stopping the Ravens a yard shy of the sticks on third down.

Anderson also extended his streak of games with a pressure to three, as he registered a hurry on one of his nine pass rushes. To put how big this is for him into perspective, I can tell you that prior to this preseason, he had never generated more than 2 pressures in any four-game span in his career.

His 76.3 PFF grade for this outing ranked third on the defense.

Pete Robertson- Robertson started opposite of Anderson and put forth a solid showing of his own. He assisted on a tackle and recorded Washington’s only sack of the game on a third down in Redskins’ territory. P-Rob also hurried the quarterback on one of his other pass rushes, which gave him a team-high 2 pressures on the night. He wasn’t perfect, however, as he did miss on a tackle in the running game.

Robertson tied Tim Settle and Ryan Anderson for the most pressures on the team (5) this preseason. He scored a pressure in all but one game and recorded at least one tackle in each contest.

His release today was a bit surprising as several analysts had him making the final cut. He’s a solid bet to land on the practice squad if another team doesn’t scoop him up.

Dadi Nicolas- Nicolas, who only played 11 total defensive snaps between Weeks 2 and 3 of the preseason, got on the field for 14 snaps with the D against the Ravens. He might have played more, but he left the game to be evaluated for a concussion. Nicolas didn’t record any traditional stats, but he was able to generate some pressure on one of his seven pass rushes (a hurry).

Cassanova McKinzy- The third-year edge rusher’s 22 defensive snaps on Thursday doubled his preseason total coming into the game. He made a solo stop on a Baltimore 1-yard rush and registered a hurry on one of his six pass-rushing snaps.

McKinzy was one of today’s many cuts.

Vontae Diggs- Vontae Diggs played 26 snaps and recorded 2 solo tackles and an assist (3 total tackles) in the game. Diggs took over one series where he tackled the Ravens’ RB Mark Thompson a yard shy of the sticks on second down and then proceeded to bottle Thompson up for a TFL on the ensuing 3rd-and-1 rush.

On the downside, Diggs was unable to create any disruption as a pass rusher for the second consecutive week and he was called for a holding penalty on a Baltimore punt.

Diggs was released today.

INSIDE LINEBACKERS

Inside Linebackers (7 Players)
Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap %
Shaun Dion Hamilton * 56 95% 177 69%
Josh Harvey-Clemons * 33 56% 48 19%
Martrell Spaight 19 32% 92 36%
Jerod Fernandez 7 12% 77 30%
Zach Vigil 3 5% 61 24%
Zach Brown DNP N/A 15 6%
Mason Foster DNP N/A 42 16%

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Shaun Dion Hamilton- The rookie fifth-rounder made the first start of his career and led all Redskins’ inside backers in snaps (56) for the fourth straight week.

This was also the third time this preseason that Hamilton led or tied for the team high in total tackles (6). One of those tackles was a TFL on a 3rd-and-1 Baltimore run. He also assisted on a tackle that stopped the Ravens for no gain at the goal line. Unfortunately, SDH was one of the four players on the team who missed 2 tackles in the game, with both whiffs coming in the passing game.

Hamilton gave up a reception on each of the targets thrown in his coverage against Baltimore, but the receptions only went for a total of 8 yards and no first downs. That’s not bad at all considering he played 22 snaps in coverage.

He needs a bit of work in pass coverage, but he excelled as a tackler in his first NFL preseason. SDH led the Redskins in solo (13), assisted (11) and total tackles (24); he ranked 22nd, 2nd and 6th in the league in those categories, respectively.

Josh Harvey-Clemons- JHC also made the first start of his career on Thursday night. The second-year inside backer out of Louisville recorded 3 solo tackles on his 33 snaps in the game. Two of those tackles were made within 2 yards of the line of scrimmage.

Harvey-Clemons remained perfect in coverage, as he did not allow a single reception on 24 snaps this summer.

His 77.1 PFF rating for the game ranked 2nd on the team behind only our next player.

Jerod Fernandez- The 24-year-old rookie UDFA only played 7 snaps on both defense and special teams, but was still able to find his way into the box score. He recorded a third-down TFL at the goal line that pushed the Ravens back 2 yards. Fernandez also batted down a pass on a Baltimore third down that led to a three-and-out. He earned the highest PFF grade on the team (80.7) for his performance in this game.

He finishes the preseason with a very impressive line of 77 snaps, 13 total tackles, 7 stops, 1 TFL, 2 sacks and 1 PD. I would be remiss though if I didn’t mention that he missed two tackles and allowed a reception on all three of his targets (36 yards).

Fernandez was released this morning. Hopefully, the Skins will add him to their practice squad.

Martrell Spaight- Spaight made 2 tackles (a solo and an assist), missed one takedown and was not targeted on his 19 defensive snaps in Baltimore.

Spaight did receive 31 more defensive and 15 more special teams snaps than Zach Vigil did this preseason, but he made a total of 7 more tackles. He also only gave up one reception (19 yards) on his 35 snaps and the lone target thrown his way; whereas, Vigil was targeted five times and allowed 4 receptions for 42 yards on his 32 coverage snaps.

Zach Vigil- For whatever reason, Vigil only played 3 defensive and 3 special teams snaps in the game. He did not record a stat of any kind on those plays.

CORNERBACKS

Cornerbacks (9 Players)
Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap %
Greg Stroman * 46 78% 170 66%
Adonis Alexander * 43 73% 95 37%
Danny Johnson 21 36% 94 36%
Prince Charles Iworah 16 27% 59 23%
Ranthony Texada 11 19% 78 30%
Fabian Moreau 7 12% 63 24%
Quinton Dunbar DNP N/A 48 19%
Josh Norman DNP N/A 37 14%
Joshua Holsey NFI N/A 0 0%

Adonis Alexander- In his second game with the team, Alexander received the first start of his career and played 43 snaps on the night. He recorded 2 solo tackles and one assist (3 total tackles), but his biggest play of the contest came on a pass defense in the end zone that was originally ruled an interception until it was overturned upon review.

Alexander was targeted three times on his 23 coverage snaps and gave up 2 receptions for a total of 21 yards and one first down on those plays.

He ranked second among the team’s corners in yards per coverage snap (0.94) and snaps per target (8.0).

Fabian Moreau- Moreau was probably the most important Washington defender that suited up for this game. He did not recorded any stats and was not targeted on any of his 7 snaps.

Ranthony Texada- Ranthony Texada only made it onto the field for 11 defensive snaps, but still found a way to come up with what was the biggest defensive play of the game for the Redskins. He picked off a pass thrown to veteran DeVier Posey in Quinn Blanding’s coverage, when the ball bounced off Posey’s chest and right in his arms. Texada returned the ball 21 yards. The pick was the only stat he recorded in the game. He was not targeted on his 2 coverage snaps.

Greg Stroman- Stroman started for the first time in his career and played 46 snaps, the most by a Redskins DB and the second most on the defense. Stroman made a solo tackle in the game, but he did his best work in coverage. He wasn’t targeted on any of his 24 coverage snaps in the game. Stroman only allowed 4 receptions for 44 yards and 3 first downs on the 7 targets thrown his way and 82 snaps in coverage.

He led the team’s cornerback corps in yards per coverage snap (0.54), snaps per target (11.7) and snaps per reception this preseason (20.5); he also posted the highest overall PFF defensive grade on the entire team (82.2). Stroman did some good things on special teams in the exhibition season, as well.

Danny Johnson- Danny Johnson got some PT on defense against the Ravens (21 snaps) after being relegated to a special-teams only role last week. He didn’t make any tackles on the night, but he was able to score a big PD on a third-down throw to Jordan Lasley inside the red zone. Johnson only allowed one catch for 9 yards on his 4 targets and 15 snaps in coverage.

Prince Charles Iworah- Iworah played 16 snaps in the finale; he never topped 18 snaps this August. He gave up an 8-yard first down to Jordan Lasley on one of his 3 coverage snaps in the game and recorded his second tackle of the preseason on the play.

He intercepted the only pass thrown his way this year. His 76.3 coverage grade ranked third on the team.

Iworah was just cut, but per John Keim and others, the team has interest in adding him to the practice squad.

SAFETIES

Safeties (7 Players)
Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap % PS Snaps Snap %
Troy Apke * 32 54% 133 52%
Kenny Ladler 25 42% 84 33%
Fish Smithson 24 41% 88 34%
Deshazor Everett * 23 39% 72 28%
Quin Blanding 16 27% 54 21%
Montae Nicholson DNP N/A 42 16%
D.J. Swearinger DNP N/A 42 16%

Deshazor Everett- The veteran safety did not have a good day at the office. Deshazor Everett missed a pair of tackles on two of the Ravens’ three longest plays (45 and 28 yards) and gave up 3 receptions for 3 first downs and 28 yards on just 9 coverage snaps (3.11 yards per coverage snap). He gave up all three catches on the first drive of the game, with one of them coming on the first play from scrimmage and another coming on third down.

Everett did at least lead the team in solo (5) and total tackles (6), five of which came on the aforementioned first drive.

His 30.1 PFF grade ranked dead last on the team and was the worst rating given to him by the site in his entire career.

Troy Apke- The fourth-round athletic freak out of Colorado led the safety corps in snaps for the fourth consecutive week (32 snaps) and made the first start of his career.

Unfortunately, Apke’s struggles continued in this game. His only tackle of the night came on a Ravens’ first-down run and he was responsible for allowing the longest play of the game, a 45-yard reception to fellow rookie Mark Andrews. Apke is not one of the four best safeties on the team, but his rookie status and draft capital kept him on the team.

Kenny Ladler- The former CFL All-Star recorded 4 tackles for the second consecutive game, except this time all four of them were of the solo variety. Ladler made a tackle in all four exhibition games and notched at least four of them in three of those contests. He was also one of the few players on the defense who did not miss a tackle; he actually didn’t miss a single tackle all preseason.

Things didn’t go quite as well for him in coverage. He gave up a pair of first-down receptions (27 yards total) on his 14 coverage snaps and 4 targets, with one of those receptions going for a 14-yard touchdown. However, he only allowed 2 receptions for 7 yards on his 24 coverage snaps coming into the game.

Laldler was one of the team’s best special teams players this Summer.

Quin Blanding- Blanding played 16 snaps on defense and for the second time in the preseason he failed to record a traditional stat of any kind. He did join the missed tackle party though, with one whiff of his own.

To be fair, the former Virginia Cavalier did do a good job in coverage (1 target and 0 receptions allowed on 20 coverage snaps) and special teams (2 tackles) this summer. There might be a spot for him on the practice squad after his release today.

Fish Smithson- It was a rough night for the 2017 preseason fan favorite. His only tackle came on a 15-yard first-down reception and he whiffed on two tackles in the running game.

His 35.5 grade for the game ranked second worst on the defense and third worst on the team. Smithson’s 37.2 grade for the preseason as a whole ranked dead last on the defense.

ALL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS (@ Baltimore Ravens)

Defense (42 Players)
Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap % Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap %
Shaun Dion Hamilton * 56 95% Anthony Lanier * 15 25%
Greg Stroman * 46 78% Dadi Nicolas 14 24%
Adonis Alexander * 43 73% Ranthony Texada 11 19%
Josh Harvey-Clemons * 33 56% Jerod Fernandez 7 12%
Pete Robertson * 33 56% Fabian Moreau 7 12%
Troy Apke * 32 54% Zach Vigil 3 5%
Ondre Pipkins 32 54% Jonathan Allen DNP N/A
Phil Taylor * 30 51% Zach Brown DNP N/A
Tim Settle * 28 47% Quinton Dunbar DNP N/A
Vontae Diggs 26 44% Mason Foster DNP N/A
Dante Sawyer 26 44% Ziggy Hood DNP N/A
Kenny Ladler 25 42% Matt Ioannidis DNP N/A
Fish Smithson 24 41% Ryan Kerrigan DNP N/A
Ryan Anderson * 23 39% Pernell McPhee DNP N/A
Deshazor Everett * 23 39% Montae Nicholson DNP N/A
Cassanova McKinzy 22 37% Josh Norman DNP N/A
Danny Johnson 21 36% Daron Payne DNP N/A
Martrell Spaight 19 32% Preston Smith DNP N/A
JoJo Wicker 18 31% D.J. Swearinger DNP N/A
Quin Blanding 16 27% Stacy McGee PUP N/A
Prince Charles Iworah 16 27% Joshua Holsey NFI N/A

ALL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS (Total Preseason)

Defense (42 Players)
Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap % Player (* - starter) Snaps Snap %
Shaun Dion Hamilton 177 69% Phil Taylor 60 24%
Greg Stroman 170 66% Prince Charles Iworah 59 23%
Tim Settle 151 59% Quin Blanding 54 21%
Troy Apke 133 52% Quinton Dunbar 48 19%
Ondre Pipkins 113 44% Josh Harvey-Clemons 48 19%
Ryan Anderson 103 40% Cassanova McKinzy 44 17%
Vontae Diggs 100 39% Mason Foster 42 16%
Pete Robertson 99 38% Montae Nicholson 42 16%
Adonis Alexander 95 37% D.J. Swearinger 42 16%
Danny Johnson 94 36% Josh Norman 37 14%
Anthony Lanier 93 36% Pernell McPhee 34 13%
Martrell Spaight 92 36% Jonathan Allen 33 13%
Fish Smithson 88 34% Daron Payne 33 13%
Kenny Ladler 84 33% Preston Smith 33 13%
Dante Sawyer 79 31% Ziggy Hood 28 11%
Ranthony Texada 78 30% Ryan Kerrigan 27 10%
Jerod Fernandez 77 30% JoJo Wicker 18 7%
Dadi Nicolas 75 29% Zach Brown 15 6%
Deshazor Everett 72 28% Matt Ioannidis 13 5%
Fabian Moreau 63 24% Joshua Holsey 0 0%
Zach Vigil 61 24% Stacy McGee 0 0%

SPECIAL TEAMS (@ Baltimore Ravens)

Special Teams (48 Players)
Player Snaps Snap % Player Snaps Snap %
Vontae Diggs 20 69% Robert Kelley 5 17%
Matt Flanagan 19 66% Trey Quinn 5 17%
Shaun Dion Hamilton 19 66% De'Veon Smith 5 17%
Prince Charles Iworah 17 59% Martrell Spaight 5 17%
Kenny Ladler 15 52% Tony Bergstrom 4 14%
Fish Smithson 14 48% T.J. Clemmings 4 14%
J.P. Holtz 12 41% Kyle Kalis 4 14%
Ranthony Texada 12 41% Dante Sawyer 4 14%
Josh Harvey-Clemons 11 38% Isaiah Williams 4 14%
Kapri Bibbs 10 34% Ryan Anderson 3 10%
Simmie Cobbs 9 31% Geron Christian 3 10%
Adonis Alexander 8 28% Danny Johnson 3 10%
Dustin Hopkins 8 28% John Kling 3 10%
Jerod Fernandez 7 24% Cassanova McKinzy 3 10%
Darvin Kidsy 7 24% Phil Taylor 3 10%
Pete Robertson 7 24% Zach Vigil 3 10%
Cam Sims 7 24% JoJo Wicker 3 10%
Nick Sundberg 7 24% Anthony Lanier 2 7%
Tress Way 7 24% Greg Stroman 2 7%
Quin Blanding

Snaps- Ben Kotwica used 48 of the team’s 90 players (24 defense, 21 offense and 3 specialists) over the course of 48 specials snaps against the Ravens. The unit was on the field for 110 snaps in their four tune-up games.

Vontae Diggs led the team in specials snaps for the third time this August, with a preseason high 20 snaps. He played a club-high 59 special teams snaps in the exhibition season.

Matt Flanagan and Shaun Dion Hamilton were tied for the second most special teams snaps in the game (19 each) and ranked second and third in total preseason ST snaps, respectively (52 and 51).

Kick Coverage- Kenny Ladler made a solo tackle at the Baltimore 19-yard line on the opening kickoff of the game. That was the Raven’s only kickoff return of the game. Here are Ladler’s special teams rankings on the team: 4th in snaps (50), tied for 1st in solo tackles (2) and 1st in total tackles (3). If special teams is as big of a deal as Jay Gruden says it is, then Ladler should be making the team.

Tight end Matt Flanagan ended a Ravens’ 11-yard punt return at the 37-yard line. He is the player who is tied with Ladler for the most solo specials stops on the team.

Nick Sundberg and Shaun Dion Hamilton combined to shut down another 11-yard punt return; this one was stopped at the 21. Both players have recorded 2 total teams tackles this August.

Trey Quinn slid in to down the Ravens at their own 8-yard line on Tress Way’s third and final punt.

Punt Returns- Quinn also took the Redskins’ only punt return of the night for a 7-yard gain that set the offense up at the 35-yard line. The other punt kicked to him bounced out of bounds.

Greg Stroman operated as the primary punt returner in the first half of the contest. He fair caught both of the punts kicked to him at the 13 and 12 yard lines, respectively.

Washington ranked 13th in punt return yards (100 yards) and 12th in return average (9.1) this preseason.

Kickoff Returns- Darvin Kidsy was in to return all seven of the Ravens’ kickoffs, but every one of them went for touchbacks. I don’t want to give Kidsy and the Redskins too much credit here, because almost all of the kickoffs went to the back of the end zone, but this is what the Skins’ kickoff return unit should’ve been going for all preseason.

You shouldn’t be returning kickoffs unless the kick is really short or you have a dynamic return man. The Redskins lack the latter and the former rarely occurred for them. They didn’t return a single kickoff out past the 25 all summer. They ranked 28th in yards (158 yards), 31st in return average (17.6) and last in long return (24 yards).

Dustin Hopkins- Hopkins hit on both of his extra point tries in the game and went 6-for-6 in that regard in the exhibition season. However, he missed his second field goal of the preseason on what should’ve been an easy 37-yard make that ended up sailing wide left. His other miss of the preseason was a 56-yarder, which is much more understandable. In all, he went 7-for-9 on field goals in the team’s four exhibition matchups of 2018.

Three of Hopkins four kickoffs in Baltimore went for touchbacks. The Ravens’ lone kickoff return of the night only made it out to the 19-yard line.

Tress Way- Tress Way punted three times for 160 yards (53.3 average). Only one of his punts downed the Ravens inside of their own 20, but he did boot another ball 61 yards that ended up giving Baltimore a starting field position at the 21-yard line.

This wasn’t his best game, but overall, Way was outstanding this preseason. He ranked 5th in punting average (48.4 yards) and 1st in net average (45.1).

SPECIAL TEAMS (All Preseason)

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%

*All statistics are courtesy of ESPN, NBC Sports, NFL.com, NFL Gamebooks, Pro Football Focus, Pro Football Reference, USA Today, Redskins.com, The Washington Post and the Washington Times*

Poll

Which of these Redskins had the best preseason?

This poll is closed

  • 13%
    Vontae Diggs
    (2 votes)
  • 33%
    Kenny Ladler
    (5 votes)
  • 26%
    Jerod Fernandez
    (4 votes)
  • 6%
    Prince Charles Iworah
    (1 vote)
  • 6%
    Fish Smithson
    (1 vote)
  • 13%
    Ranthony Texada
    (2 votes)
15 votes total Vote Now