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Week 4 Snap Counts: Vikings vs. Texans

Check out yesterday’s Snap Counts!

Minnesota Vikings v Houston Texans Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

Week 4 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Senio Kelemete G 65 100
Zach Fulton G 65 100
Laremy Tunsil T 65 100
Tytus Howard T 65 100
Nick Martin C 65 100
Deshaun Watson QB 65 100
Brandin Cooks WR 61 94
Darren Fells TE 52 80
Will Fuller WR 50 77
Randall Cobb WR 48 74
David Johnson RB 36 55
Kenny Stills WR 27 42
Duke Johnson RB 25 38
Jordan Akins TE 19 29
Pharoah Brown TE 7 11
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Justin Reid SS 66 100
Eric Murray FS 66 100
Bradley Roby CB 66 100
J.J. Watt DE 59 89
Benardrick McKinney LB 57 86
Zach Cunningham LB 57 86
Vernon Hargreaves CB 50 76
Brennan Scarlett LB 47 71
Whitney Mercilus LB 44 67
P.J. Hall DT 43 65
Brandon Dunn NT 35 53
Jacob Martin DE 29 44
Carlos Watkins DE 24 36
Charles Omenihu DE 20 30
Philip Gaines CB 18 27
John Reid CB 12 18
Tyrell Adams LB 10 15
Lonnie Johnson DB 9 14
Ross Blacklock DT 9 14
Jonathan Greenard LB 5 8

NOTES:

  • Senio Kelemete and Max Scharping had been splitting reps at guard for the first three weeks. However, that changed Sunday. Kelemete played the entire game and Scharping failed to see the field. Not a good development from the second-year player.
  • Jordan Akins left the game with a concussion at the end of the first half. He played just 19 offensive snaps (29%). Darren Fells was the primary replacement at TE, as he played in a season-high 52 snaps (80%).
  • Duke Johnson returned to the field after missing the past two games with an ankle injury. He played in 25 offensive snaps (38%).
  • After zero rookies took the field last week, that changed this week with three Texans draft picks seeing the field. CB John Reid played 12 defensive snaps (18%), DT Ross Blacklock played nine defensive snaps (14%). LB Jonathan Greenard made his NFL debut, playing five defensive snaps (8%). All three also saw work on special teams.