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Snap Counts: Houston Texans vs. San Diego Chargers

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Join BRB as we dig deep into the numbers of the Texans' loss to the Chargers.

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OFFENSIVE SNAP NUMBERS:

Name:

Total Snaps Taken:

Percentage of Snaps Taken:

Duane Brown T 70 100%
Chris Clark T 70 100%
Jeff Allen G 70 100%
Xavier Su'a-Filo G 70 100%
Brock Osweiler QB 70 100%
Greg Mancz 70 100%
DeAndre Hopkins WR 68 97%
Braxton Miller WR 62 89%
Will Fuller WR 54 77%
Lamar Miller RB 49 70%
C.J. Fiedorowicz TE 45 64%
Ryan Griffin TE 27 39%
Jonathan Grimes RB 13 19%
Jay Prosch FB 11 16%
Stephen Anderson TE 9 13%
Akeem Hunt RB 6 9%
Keith Mumphery WR 3 4%
Kendall Lamm T 3 4%


DEFENSIVE SNAP NUMBERS:

Name:

Total Snaps:

Percentage Of Snaps Taken:

A.J. Bouye CB 59 100%
Benardrick McKinney LB 59 100%
Quintin Demps SS 59 100%
Jadeveon Clowney LB 58 98%
Andre Hal FS 56 95%
Whitney Mercilus LB 53 90%
Kareem Jackson CB 52 88%
Johnathan Joseph CB 51 86%
Brian Cushing LB 47 80%
Vince Wilfork NT 32 54%
D.J. Reader NT 25 42%
Joel Heath DE 25 42%
Antonio Smith DE 21 36%
Christian Covington DE 15 25%
Max Bullough LB 12 20%
Eddie Pleasant SS 12 20%
Ufomba Kamalu DE 7 12%
Corey Moore FS 3 5%
Akeem Dent LB 2 3%
Charles James III CB 1 2%

THINGS OF NOTE:

  • Brock Osweiler ranks last in DYAR, DVOA and 24th in QBR.  He also has the fewest yards of any QB who's thrown over 400 passes this season. Of QBs who have thrown 300 passes or more this season, Osweiler ranks third to last in TD-INT ratio behind Case Keenum and Ryan Fitzpatrick.
  • Christian Covington is apparently falling further down the DE totem pole this week after he was outsnapped by both Antonio Smith and Joel Heath.
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That's all for this week. Tune in next week where I write a 1,000 word statistical treatise on why Aaron Rodgers is the best. As usual, feel free to sound off in the comments about this week's numbers.

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