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Snap Counts: Texans vs. Bengals

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Join BRB as we delve into this week’s numbers for the Texans’ win over the Bengals.

NFL: Cincinnati Bengals at Houston Texans Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports

Total Snap Numbers

Name: Total Snaps Taken: Percentage Of Snaps Taken:
Name: Total Snaps Taken: Percentage Of Snaps Taken:
Duane Brown T 64 100%
Chris Clark T 64 100%
Jeff Allen G 64 100%
DeAndre Hopkins WR 64 100%
Xavier Su'a Filo G 64 100%
Tom Savage QB 64 100%
Greg Mancz C 64 100%
Will Fuller WR 61 95%
Keith Mumphery WR 48 75%
Alfred Blue RB 45 70%
CJ Fiedorowicz TE 43 67%
Ryan Griffin TE 19 30%
Jonathan Grimes RB 12 19%
Jay Prosch FB 10 16%
Akeem Hunt RB 7 11%
Stephen Anderson TE 5 8%
Kendall Lamm T 5 8%
Wendall Williams WR 1 2%
Name: Total Snaps Taken: Percentage of Snaps Taken:
Benardrick McKinney LB 63 100%
A.J Bouye CB 61 97%
Quintin Demps SS 61 97%
Kareem Jackson CB 59 94%
Jadeveon Clowney LB 57 90%
Whitney Mercilus LB 57 90%
Brian Cushing LB 52 83%
Andre Hal FS 48 76%
Jonathan Joseph CB 45 71%
Vince Wilfork NT 34 54%
John Simon LB 28 44%
DJ Reader NT 27 43%
Eddie Pleasant SS 23 37%
Corey Moore FS 17 27%
Antonio Smith DE 17 27%
Christian Covington DE 14 22%
Joel Heath DE 13 21%
Max Bullough LB 11 17%
Akeem Dent LB 3 5%
Robert Nelson CB 3 5%

THINGS TO NOTE:

  • The scoreless first half from the Texans against the Bengals was the latest in what’s been a growing trend with the Texans’ offense. The Texans rank 31st in average scoring in the first half this year, averaging a grand total of of 8.1 points per half. While it’s not exactly great, it is an improvement over last season, where they posted a 7.9 points per half average.
  • The constant pressure on Tom Savage by the Bengals led to the Texans’ line giving up 10 quarterback hits, which is only the second time this season that a team’s defensive front has had double digit QBH numbers. The other was the Texans’ loss to the Vikings, in which the Vikings charted 15 QBHs.
  • Alfred Blue’s 23 yard TD run is the longest TD run of his career.
  • A.J. Bouye tied his single game season-high in passes defended with three on Saturday night. That total is also the highest number of passes defended that any member of the Texans in a single game this season. It was also the second time this season that Bouye has lead the team in tackles and passes defended in the same game.

*Stats from Team Rankings

That’s all for now, folks. Feel free to sound off on this week’s numbers in the comments below.