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Broncos vs. Redskins: snap count review

Here were the snap counts for the Denver Broncos in their third preseason game against the Washington Redskins

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Here are the offensive and defensive snap percentages for the Denver Broncos “dress rehearsal game” against the Washington Redskins. Those who did not play much were either injured, already assured of a starting role or waiting to get their walking papers. Here are the Broncos who did not play at all

WR 13 B.Bobo, S 21 S.Cravens, S 34 W.Parks, CB 38 M.Rios, CB 39 M.Hunter,

G 64 J.Dielman, G 65 R.Leary, LB 69 A.Simmons, G 70 S.Jones, T 73

A.Knappe, DE 78 D.Osborne, TE 84 T.Fumagalli, DT 97 C.Lyons

This is the offensive snap% for the game

If you look at the players who got less than 20% of the offensive snaps, some of them are on the roster bubble - like River Crafraft, John Diarse and Isaiah Mckenzie - and some are not (presumably) like Andy Janovich, Phillip Lindsay and Jake Butt. What do you infer from these snap count numbers? Do you think that Aaron Schlottman, Cyrus Kouandjio, Jeremiah Poutasi and Elijah Wilkinson are the four backup offensive lineman who will make the final 53? Do you think we will keep 8 or 9 offensive lineman?

On the defensive side of the ball, there were a number of players who did not even get one defensive snap (on the far right of the graph) and others who were close to that - Jerrol Garcia-Williams and Jeff Holland.

What do you think these snap counts mean for guys on the roster bubble like Zach Kerr, Kyle Peko, Jeff Holland and A.J. Johnson?