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Week 5 Snap Counts: Jaguars vs. Texans

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NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Week 5 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Tytus Howard T 58 100
Senio Kelemete G 58 100
Zach Fulton G 58 100
Laremy Tunsil T 58 100
Nick Martin C 58 100
Deshaun Watson QB 58 100
Darren Fells TE 50 86
Brandin Cooks WR 48 83
Will Fuller WR 48 83
David Johnson RB 45 78
Randall Cobb WR 35 60
Pharoah Brown TE 24 41
Duke Johnson RB 17 29
Kenny Stills WR 16 28
Deandre Carter WR 3 5
Roderick Johnson T 3 5
Cullen Gillaspia FB 1 2
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Justin Reid SS 75 100
Eric Murray FS 75 100
Bradley Roby CB 75 100
J.J. Watt DE 71 95
Tyrell Adams LB 67 89
Lonnie Johnson CB 62 83
Zach Cunningham LB 52 69
Vernon Hargreaves CB 50 67
Whitney Mercilus LB 50 67
Charles Omenihu DE 36 48
Jacob Martin LB 35 47
Brennan Scarlett LB 34 45
P.J. Hall DT 33 44
Michael Thomas SS 31 41
Brandon Dunn NT 26 35
Phillip Gaines CB 24 32
Carlos Watkins DE 16 21
Ross Blacklock DT 10 13
Jonathan Greenard LB 2 3
Nate Hall LB 1 1

NOTES:

  • For the second consecutive week, Justin Reid, Eric Murray and Bradley Roby played 100% of the defensive snaps. It looks like the continuity in the secondary continues with Romeo Crennel.
  • Brandin Cooks had his best game as a Texan, catching eight passes for 162 yards and his first Houston TD. Ironically, he did this in just 83% of offensive snaps, his lowest percentage since Week 1.
  • For the second consecutive week, there was no platoon at the interior guard position. Senio Kelemete played every offensive snap while Max Scharping stayed on the sidelines.
  • LB Nate Hall made his Texans and NFL debut Sunday. Hall has been part of the practice squad since December of last year. Hall was elevated to the active roster Saturday. He played just one defensive snap, the fourth-down stop on the Jags’ wildcat play — which led to the first Texans turnover of the season.