Denver Broncos vs. Philadelphia Eagles: Snap Counts

Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Want to know who played how much? Look no further!

Offense

QB, WR, TE

Player

Total

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Manning

60

2

36

24

0

Osweiler

16

1

5

10

0

Decker

58

0

32

25

1

D. Thomas

64

0

37

27

0

Welker

49

0

33

16

0

Caldwell

24

0

11

13

0

J. Thomas

62

0

28

26

8

Green

27

0

3

19

5

Tamme

3

0

0

3

0

Dreessen

17

0

2

11

4

With Joel Dreessen back, Tamme's contributions to the offense are almost non-existent.  He does contribute on special teams.  Caldwell continues to get about 20 snaps per game consistently.  Anyone else notice on the 1st drive where he entered the game on the outside in the RedZone?  He is being used for his speed down there specifically.

RB

Player

Total

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Moreno

31

12

13

2

4

Hillman

31

11

16

1

3

Ball

14

8

3

1

2

Equitable split between Knowshon and Ronnie in almost every category.  Montee played primarily in garbage time.

OL

Player

Total

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Clark

76

0

0

35

41

Beadles

67

0

0

28

39

Ramirez

67

0

0

28

39

Vasquez

76

0

0

35

41

Franklin

76

0

0

35

41

Manny gave up one sack and one hurry, Beadles gave up three hurries, and Orlando Franklin gave up one hurry.  Zane Beadles had the worst game statistically amongst the O-line with a negative grade.

Backup OL

John Moffitt (LG) and Steve Vallos (C) each saw 9 snaps in garbage time with 7 coming in run block and 2 in pass protection.

Defense

DT/DE

Player

Total

Run

Rush

Coverage

Wolfe

48

23

23

2

Knighton

41

18

23

0

Vickerson

37

15

22

2

Ayers

42 16

25

1

Jackson

37

13

22

2

Williams

0

0

0

0

Unrein

30

14

16

0

The Broncos played 71 defensive snaps.  Derek Wolfe and Terrance Knighton led all Bronco linemen with 4 hurries each.

LB

Player

Total

Run

Rush

Coverage

Woodyard

67

29

3

35

Trevathan

56

21

5

30

Phillips

47

17

24

6

Irving

29

14

3

12

Robinson

2

0

1

1

Pretty steady here from last week.  The DE rotation is as even as the DT rotation with Wolfe (48) Phillips (47) Ayers (42) and Jackson (37 who plays inside and out) each getting equitable snaps.  Woodyard and Trevathan remain the stalwarts amongst the linebackers.

DB

Player

Total

Run

Rush

Coverage

DRC

67

27

0

40

Carter

60

23

0

37

Harris Jr.

71

29

6

36

Webster

4

2

0

2

Moore

71

29

0

42

Ihenacho

70

29

0

41

Jammer

1

0

0

1

Bruton

1

0

0

1

Most notably missing from this game is Mike Adams.  Adams did not play one snap this game which means the Broncos played very few dime snaps.  The Broncos mixed their front 7 and wanted to have the most athletic players on the field against Vick and co.  which meant Rahim and Duke exclusively.

via PFF:

On 37 drop-backs, Michael Vick was pressured 19 times which led to three sacks, five scrambles and a passer rating of 45.6 on the remaining 11 attempts (three completions).

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