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Snap Counts: Texans vs. Bears

Take a look at yesterday’s Snap Counts!

NFL: Houston Texans at Chicago Bears Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports

Week 14 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Tytus Howard T 66 100
Laremy Tunsil T 66 100
Nick Martin C 66 100
Deshaun Watson QB 65 98
Zach Fulton G 62 94
Stevie Mitchell WR 61 92
Brent Qvale G 53 80
Chad Hansen WR 53 80
Keke Coutee WR 49 74
Darren Fells TE 40 61
Jordan Akins TE 36 55
Duke Johnson RB 30 45
Buddy Howell RB 23 35
Max Scharping G 17 26
Kahale Warring TE 15 23
CJ Prosise RB 13 20
Isaiah Coulter WR 6 9
Roderick Johnson RB 3 5
Scottie Phillips RB 1 2
AJ McCarron QB 1 2
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Eric Murray FS 60 100
Tyrell Adams LB 60 100
Vernon Hargreaves CB 60 100
Keion Crossen CB 60 100
JJ Watt DE 58 97
Justin Reid SS 49 82
Zach Cunningham LB 44 73
Lonnie Johnson DB 43 72
Charles Omenihu DE 37 62
Whitney Mercilus LB 37 62
Brandon Dunn NT 28 47
Carlos Watkins DE 26 43
Jacob Martin DE 26 43
AJ Moore FS 17 28
Jonathan Greenard LB 16 27
Corey Liuget DT 16 27
Ross Blacklock DT 13 22
Jonathan Owens DB 10 17

NOTES:

  • Rookie WR Isaiah Coulter made his NFL debut Sunday against the Bears. While he did not make a dent in the stat sheet, hopefully the depletion of the wide receiver position on the roster gives him some playing time for these final three games of the season.
  • RB Buddy Howell lead the team in carries (11) and rushing yards (42) in yesterday’s loss. With David Johnson out on the COVID list and the team trailing for most of the game, Howell’s opportunity came to the surface.
  • Veteran offensive lineman Brent Qvale saw majority of the reps at left guard yesterday, a change to what we’ve seen since the beginning of the season. Senio Kelemete did not see the field, while Qvale outsnapped Scharping 53-17.
  • With the CB position devastated, special teamer Keion Crossen saw all of the reps at cornerback. No Bradley Roby, no Philip Gaines and no John Reid meant more reps for Crossen. It’s hard to win a football game when your fifth-string CB is playing every defensive snap.
  • DB Jonathan Owens made his NFL debut Sunday, playing in 10 defensive snaps.