Denver Broncos vs. Houston Texans - Snap Counts

Scott Halleran

Here are the totals from yesterday's game.

Offense

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Manning

75

0

56

19

0

Osweiler

3

0

0

3

0

Moreno

50

13

30

1

6

Ball

19

4

10

0

5

Hillman

3

3

0

0

3

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

D. Thomas

71

0

53

18

0

J. Thomas

75

0

51

19

0

Decker

71

0

52

19

0

Caldwell

31

0

22

9

0

Dreessen

3

0

0

3

0

Green

13

0

5

7

1

Tamme

54

0

39

14

1

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Clark

78

0

0

22

56

Beadles

78

0

0

22

56

Ramirez

78

0

0

22

56

Vasquez

78

0

0

22

56

Franklin

78

0

0

22

56

It appears as if the Broncos went the combo route with the slot given how many snaps Caldwell and Tamme played. At this point, the Broncos can use many different combinations of skill players which is a good issue to have.

Hillman was back in when Oz got a few snaps so perhaps he is back to being #3 on the depth chart.

Defense

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Ayers

47

17

27

3

Phillips

47

13

31

3

Jackson

48

15

33

0

Knighton

37

15

18

4

Unrein

20

13

7

0

Williams

32

15

17

0

Mincey

27

16

11

0

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Woodyard

20

7

1

12

Miller

6

2

3

1

Lenon

32

18

0

14

Trevathan

67

26

5

36

Irving

30

17

2

11

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Harris Jr.

67

26

0

41

DRC

62

24

0

38

Bailey

35

8

2

25

Ihenacho

34

19

1

14

Adams

67

26

3

38

Bolden

32

6

2

24

Bruton

7

0

0

7

Jammer

1

0

0

1

Carter

4

2

0

2

Michael Huff: 15, 1, 4, 10

With Von out, we see the resurgence of snaps for Robert Ayers and Nate Irving. In fact between he, Shaun Phillips, Malik Jackson, and Jeremy Mincey, we should have a decent four man rotation with Von out of the lineup. I'm going to go back and watch the tape to see how they were used exactly.

Sylvester Williams has also stepped into a prominent role lately and did a nice job yesterday getting penetration into the backfield. That was a gorgeous spin move on his sack.

Wesley Woodyard is now firmly entrenched as a sub-package linebacker.

In our secondary, Harris Jr, DRC, and Mike Adams are the solid starters with Omar Bolden and Duke Ihenacho splitting time opposite Adams. Michael Huff even saw some action yesterday.

Champ Bailey

Played about half the snaps. If you're wondering how he fared in coverage, he was targeted 3 times and gave up 1 reception for three yards. I will also go back and re-examine his play for a post later this week.

There you have it Broncos Country!

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