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Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys: Snap Counts

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Here are this week's totals, along with cumulative numbers to date

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Offense

Player

Snaps

To Date

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Manning

81

370

4

46

31

0

Osweiler

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16

1

5

10

0

Moreno

52

206

20

22

5

5

Hillman

23

96

8

12

0

3

Ball

6

83

1

2

1

2

Player

Snaps

To Date

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

D. Thomas

78

360

0

45

33

0

Decker

75

322

0

43

32

0

Welker

75

285

0

44

31

0

J. Thomas

77

366

0

37

33

0

Caldwell

4

58

0

3

1

0

Dreessen

5

22

0

2

3

0

Green

6

101

0

0

4

2

Tamme

3

29

0

1

2

0

Player

Snaps

To Date

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Clark

81

240

0

0

35

46

Beadles

81

377

0

0

35

46

Ramirez

81

377

0

0

35

46

Vasquez

81

386

0

0

35

46

Franklin

81

386

0

0

35

46

Moffitt

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9

0

0

7

2

Vallos

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9

0

0

7

2

Defense

Player

Snaps

To Date

Run

Rush

Coverage

Wolfe

52

278

11

37

4

Ayers

17

245

6

11

0

Phillips

49

220

10

37

2

Jackson

23

152

4

17

2

Vickerson

34

170

8

26

0

Knighton

34

163

9

25

0

Unrein

12

117

6

6

0

Williams

4

48

2

2

0

Player

Snaps

To Date

Run

Rush

Coverage

Woodyard

21

300

8

1

12

Trevathan

55

274

14

5

36

Robinson

8

18

0

8

0

Irving

31

125

7

3

21

Johnson

3

4

2

0

1

Lenon

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12

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Player

Snaps

To Date

Run

Rush

Coverage

Moore

59

349

14

1

44

Harris Jr.

33

319

12

3

18

DRC

58

312

13

0

45

Ihenacho

55

293

13

1

41

Carter

32

231

3

0

29

Webster

51

115

11

1

39

Adams

12

113

1

0

11

Bruton

---

39

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Bolden

6

8

0

1

5

Jammer

---

1

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I included the overall total as well but I didn't break down the overall totals to each category. There you have it folks, ton of 11 personnel against the Cowboys for good reason. Other than that, injuries took their toll on the defensive side of the ball. News around twitterville is that Ayers, Woodyard, Harris Jr. are all going to be fine. We will see how they are treated in practice. Going up against the Jaguars, I would honestly treat this like a bye week for those guys and let them get some rest. What are your thoughts MHR?