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Snap Counts: Chiefs vs. Texans

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Take a look at the snap stats from Sunday night’s game.

NFL: Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

Week 5 Snap Counts

Offense: Snaps Taken: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Snaps Taken: Percentage of Snaps:
Breno Giacomini T 64 100
Chris Clark T 64 100
Jeff Allen G 64 100
Xavier Su'a-Filo G 64 100
DeAndre Hopkins WR 64 100
Nick Martin C 64 100
Deshaun Watson QB 64 100
Will Fuller V WR 59 92
Lamar Miller RB 56 88
Bruce Ellington WR 55 86
Ryan Griffin TE 52 81
Stephen Anderson TE 16 25
D'Onta Foreman RB 9 14
Julie'n Davenport T 4 6
Chris Thompson WR 3 5
Jay Prosch FB 2 3
Defense: Snaps Taken: Percentage of Snaps:
Andre Hal FS 77 100
Benardrick McKinney LB 77 100
Marcus Gilchrist FS 77 100
Kareem Jackson CB 74 96
Jadeveon Clowney LB 71 92
Brennan Scarlett LB 69 90
Johnathan Joseph CB 66 86
Zach Cunningham LB 56 73
DJ Reader NT 48 62
Christian Covington DE 45 58
Johnathan Banks CB 43 56
Joel Heath DE 35 45
Dylan Cole LB 28 36
Ufomba Kamalu LB 22 29
Eddie Pleasant SS 18 23
Brandon Dunn NT 18 23
JJ Watt DE 12 16
Whitney Mercilus LB 7 9
Marcus Burley CB 3 4

Notes:

  • These are the final snaps J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus will take this season. Looking at these numbers, look for Christian Covington and Brennan Scarlett to be the immediate beneficiaries.
  • Deshaun Watson has ten touchdowns in the last two games. That brings his total to 12 this season, which means Watson trails only Aaron Rodgers for the league lead.
  • With DeAndre Hopkins scoring three times last night, he trails only Jordy Nelson for the league lead. We are basically the Packers, guys.
  • The Texans’ defense was on the field for just 41 plays against the Titans. They nearly doubled that against the Chiefs with 77.