Denver Broncos vs. Washington Redskins: Snap Counts

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Here are the totals from this week!

Offense

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Manning

82

4

46

32

0

Osweiler

0

0

0

0

0

Moreno

38

14

18

1

5

Ball

30

11

12

5

2

Anderson

10

4

6

0

0

Interesting that Moreno and Ball saw about the same amount of action. Off the top of my head, I think Ball was used more near the goal line. With CJ, good first start and about what most folks expected to see from him. Limited amount of work as the #3.

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

D. Thomas

76

0

44

32

0

Decker

67

0

40

27

0

Welker

74

0

43

31

0

J. Thomas

32

0

14

14

4

Caldwell

14

0

5

9

0

Dreessen

47

0

22

21

4

Green

9

0

4

5

0

Tamme

9

0

4

5

0

Holliday

3

1

2

0

0

Thomas goes down, Dreessen comes in. Still not a lot of 2 TE sets from the offense but we do have a Trindon Holliday sighting in the backfield.

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Clark

82

0

0

36

46

Beadles

82

0

0

36

46

Ramirez

82

0

0

36

46

Vasquez

82

0

0

36

46

Franklin

82

0

0

36

46

We should count our lucky stars that the injury to Orlando Franklin was temporary and should be cleaned up be the time we face the Chargers.

Defense

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Wolfe

42

14

28

0

Ayers

26

7

18

1

Phillips

41

17

18

6

Jackson

34

10

24

0

Vickerson

42

20

22

0

Knighton

45

20

24

1

Unrein

25

10

15

0

With the amount the Broncos played their under defense along with variations of 3-3-5 nickel, I'm not surprised to see the quartet of Wolfe, Phillips, Vickerson and Knighton leading the way. With 3-3-5 you'll almost always see Jackson in the game. The pass rushing snaps are all relatively even which suggests a good rotation. With heavy under/3-3-5 looks Ayers suffers the most in the snap count department.

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Woodyard

71

25

10

36

Miller

61

19

23

19

Lenon

2

1

0

1

Trevathan

52

21

6

25

Irving

16

8

2

6

That coverage Number for Miller can be chalked up to "spy" duty on RGIII. Irving saw some time when the Broncos used their 5-2/under defense.

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Moore

70

24

0

46

Harris Jr.

69

24

5

40

DRC

43

14

0

29

Ihenacho

35

16

0

19

Webster

42

12

2

28

Adams

41

9

1

31

Bolden

1

0

0

1

Bruton

4

1

0

3

Jammer

19

3

0

16

For the life of me, I still can't figure out how DRC only has 43 snaps on the game. Sure Jammer had some decent action with 19 but he saw most of his action late. I'll be taking a look at this when I go back and watch the tape for the defensive line.

GO BRONCOS!!!

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