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Snap Counts: Houston Texans vs. Minnesota Vikings

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Join BRB as we break down the Texans' snap count numbers from this weekend's game against the Vikings.

Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

OFFENSIVE SNAP NUMBERS:

Name:

Total Snaps Taken:

Percentage of Snaps Taken:

Derek Newton T 64 100%
Will Fuller WR 64 100%
Greg Mancz C 64 100%
Xavier Su'a-Filo G 64 100%
DeAndre Hopkins WR 64 100%
Brock Osweiler QB 64 100%
Jaelen Strong WR 46 72%
Chris Clark T 42 66%
Lamar Miller RB 42 66%
C.J. Fiedorowicz TE 42 66%
Duane Brown T 39 61%
Jeff Allen G 35 55%
Alfred Blue RB 21 33%
Ryan Griffin TE 20 31%
Kendall Lamm T 17 27%
Braxton Miller WR 14 22%
Jay Prosch FB 2 3%


DEFENSIVE SNAP NUMBERS:

Name:

Total Snaps Taken:

Percentage of Snaps Taken:

Kevin Johnson CB 61 82%
Brian Cushing LB 61 82%
Christian Covington DE 60 81%
Benardrick McKinney LB 59 80%
A.J. Bouye CB 57 77%
Whitney Mercilus LB 57 77%
Corey Moore S 54 73%
Andre Hal S 54 70%
Jadeveon Clowney LB 52 70%
Vince Wilfork NT 51 69%
John Simon LB 46 62%
Charles James CB 38 51%
D.J. Reader NT 32 43%
Johnathan Joseph CB 23 31%
Quintin Demps S 22 30%
Brennan Scarlett LB 20 27%
Joel Heath DE 17 23%
K.J. Dillon S 16 22%
Max Bullough LB 10 14%
Eddie Pleasant SS 10 14%
Antonio Smith DE 9 12%
Akeem Dent LB 7 9%


THINGS OF NOTE:

  • For better or worse, the Texans are now heavily using TEs in their offense. 14 of Brock Osweiler's 42 passing attempts were directed to either C.J. Fiedorowicz or Ryan Griffin. The two tight ends also combined for 6 of the Texans' 19 receptions. This is now the third straight week of the Texans' TEs seeing double-digit targets.
  • It was the first time this season that Lamar Miller had less than 10 rushing attempts and only the second time that the Texans have run the ball less than 20 times in a game.
  • Another first of the season came on the defensive side of the ball, as for the first time this season there was no Texans player that played every single snap on defense. This of course can be contributed to the various injuries which the defense suffered and the fact that Bill O'Brien pulled the defensive starters late in the fourth quarter. That's something that he did not do for the offense, which saw six players with 100% snap percentages.

Those are your snap counts for this week's game. Does anything stand out for you from these numbers or anything else you saw during the game? Let us know in the comments below.

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