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Week 3 Snap Counts: Texans vs. Steelers

Check out yesterday’s snap counts!

NFL: Houston Texans at Pittsburgh Steelers Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Week 3 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Tytus Howard T 47 100
Laremy Tunsil T 47 100
Zach Fulton G 47 100
Nick Martin C 47 100
Deshaun Watson QB 47 100
David Johnson RB 45 96
Will Fuller WR 44 94
Brandin Cooks WR 41 87
Randall Cobb WR 34 72
Jordan Akins TE 32 68
Max Scharping G 27 57
Darren Fells TE 24 51
Senio Kelemete G 20 43
Kenny Stills WR 8 17
Pharoah Brown TE 4 9
C.J. Prosise RB 2 4
Cullen Gillaspia FB 1 2
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Justin Reid SS 80 100
Eric Murray FS 73 91
J.J. Watt DE 72 90
Bradley Roby CB 69 86
Vernon Hargreaves CB 66 82
Zach Cunningham LB 65 81
Benardrick McKinney LB 65 81
Whitney Mercilus LB 59 74
P.J. Hall DT 45 56
Lonnie Johnson DB 43 54
Brandon Dunn NT 42 52
Charles Omenihu DE 40 50
Brennan Scarlett LB 38 48
Carlos Watkins DE 34 42
A.J. Moore FS 29 36
Jacob Martin LB 26 32
Philip Gaines CB 14 18
Tyrell Adams LB 12 15
Michael Thomas SS 5 6
Dylan Cole LB 3 4

NOTES:

  • The Texans’ rookie class did not play a single snap on either side of the ball yesterday. Fourth-round DB John Reid was the lone rookie to see the field, playing eight snaps on special teams. Second-round DT Ross Blacklock was a healthy scratch, likely a slap on the wrist for his ejection in the Week 2 loss to the Ravens. Third-round pass rusher Jonathan Greenard was also listed as inactive yesterday; he has yet to suit up for the Texans this season.
  • The Texans’ offense played just 47 snaps yesterday, compared to 80 defensive snaps. In a seven-point game, that can definitely be pointed to as a big reason why the Texans lost.
  • TE Pharaoh Brown made his Texans debut against the Steelers. Brown entered the league in 2017 as an undrafted free agent and was signed to the active roster on September 15th after being waived by the Browns at the end of training camp. He played four offensive snaps as a backup to Jordan Akins and Darren Fells.