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Week 9 Snap Counts: Texans vs. Jaguars

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Houston Texans v Tennessee Titans Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

Week 9 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Zach Fulton G 64 100
Laremy Tunsil T 64 100
Tytus Howard T 64 100
Nick Martin C 64 100
Deshaun Watson QB 64 100
Brandin Cooks WR 58 91
Will Fuller WR 56 88
Duke Johnson RB 52 81
Brent Qvale G 49 77
Randall Cobb WR 36 56
Darren Fells TE 33 52
Pharaoh Brown TE 25 39
Jordan Akins TE 22 34
Senio Kelemete G 15 23
Kenny Stills WR 15 23
David Johnson RB 7 11
Buddy Howell RB 5 8
Deandre Carter WR 5 8
Cullen Gillaspia FB 4 6
Roderick Johnson T 2 3
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Tyrell Adams LB 69 100
Justin Reid SS 69 100
Eric Murray FS 69 100
Philip Gaines CB 68 99
J.J. Watt DE 68 99
Jonathan Greenard LB 57 83
Zach Cunningham LB 53 77
Vernon Hargreaves CB 50 72
Lonnie Johnson DB 49 71
Carlos Watkins DE 42 61
P.J. Hall DT 34 49
Brandon Dunn NT 31 45
Ross Blacklock DT 27 39
Keion Crossen CB 18 26
Michael Thomas SS 16 23
Corey Liuget DT 13 19
Brennan Scarlett LB 10 14
Charles Omenihu DE 10 14
Peter Kalambayi LB 3 4
John Reid CB 3 4

NOTES:

  • G Senio Kelemete played just 15 snaps before leaving the game with a concussion. In his place, Brent Qvale played the final 49 offensive snaps — his first snaps as a Texan.
  • RB David Johnson played seven snaps before leaving the game with a concussion. Duke Johnson became the main replacement, playing 52 offensive snaps and scoring his first TD of the season.
  • LB Brennan Scarlett left the game with an arm injury after playing 10 snaps. The main beneficiary of playing time was rookie Jonathan Greenard, who played a career-high 53 snaps. After the game, it was announced Scarlett had fractured his forearm.
  • DE Charles Omenihu left the game with a hamstring injury after playing 10 snaps.
  • DT Corey Liuget made his Texans debut, playing 13 defensive snaps.
  • TE Jordan Akins returned after missing the past three games due to injury. However, he ranked third amongst tight ends in reps behind Darren Fells (33 offensive snaps, 52%) and Pharaoh Brown (25 offensive snaps, 39%). Akins played in 22 offensive snaps (34%).