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Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee Titans Snap Counts

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Here are the totals from this weeks demolition of the Titans.

Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE

Offense

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Manning

98

3

63

32

0

Moreno

55

14

32

2

7

Ball

43

15

19

4

5

J. Thomas

74

0

40

25

9

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

D. Thomas

93

0

62

31

0

Decker

87

0

57

30

0

Welker

51

0

37

14

0

Caldwell

12

0

8

4

0

Dreessen

14

0

7

7

0

Green

12

0

4

8

0

Tamme

48

0

28

20

0

Player

Snaps

Run

Pass

Run Block

Pass Block

Clark

98

0

0

35

63

Beadles

98

0

0

35

63

Ramirez

98

0

0

35

63

Vasquez

98

0

0

35

63

Franklin

89

0

0

33

56

Justice

9

0

0

2

7

Moreno and Ball are the solidly entrenched 1-2 punch with CJ Anderson begging for some playing time. With Welker out, Broncos stayed in 11 personnel and used Jacob Tamme in that role. Those that don't know the Broncos well enough would be tempted to label Tamme a TE. Broncos Country knows better in this situation.

We have the first action on the season from RT Winston Justice. In 9 snaps, the only thing I remember is a false start penalty that helped kill a redzone drive.

Defense

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Ayers

24

12

9

3

Phillips

34

11

18

5

Jackson

43

16

23

4

Knighton

30

14

15

1

Unrein

22

12

10

0

Williams

20

13

7

0

Fua

10

7

3

0

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Woodyard

10

4

1

5

Miller

49

21

22

6

Lenon

23

15

2

6

Trevathan

50

21

6

23

Irving

2

1

0

1

Johnson

1

1

0

0

Player

Snaps

Run

Rush

Coverage

Harris Jr.

48

21

4

23

DRC

28

11

0

17

Ihenacho

22

6

2

14

Webster

27

8

1

18

Adams

51

22

1

28

Bolden

42

19

1

22

Bruton

5

1

0

4

Jammer

20

6

0

14

So evenly distributed among the D-linemen. Jackson played the most snaps out of anyone. Look at how much folks dropped into coverage. One coverage snap for Knighton, one interception. That is how the big man rolls.

Von Miller and Danny Trevathan were the primary linebackers with the Mike duties split among four players.

Outside of Chris Harris Jr., Mike Adams, and Omar Bolden, everyone else was rotational. At corner, Jammer, Webster, and DRC split some time and at safety Duke played most with Bruton mixed in sparingly.

When you look at the defense as a whole, just about everyone played. Lends validation to the concept of giving some rest to key guys ahead of the San Diego Chargers and a short week.

GO BRONCOS!!!