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Snap Counts: Bengals vs. Texans

Check out yesterday’s Snap Counts!

Cincinnati Bengals v Houston Texans Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images

Week 16 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Zach Fulton G 52 100
Roderick Johnson T 52 100
Nick Martin C 52 100
Deshaun Watson QB 52 100
Chad Hansen WR 50 96
David Johnson RB 50 96
Brandin Cooks WR 50 96
Charlie Heck T 39 75
Max Scharping G 37 71
Keke Coutee WR 33 63
Pharaoh Brown TE 27 52
Darren Fells TE 20 38
Jordan Akins TE 17 33
Brent Qvale G 15 29
Laremy Tunsil T 13 25
Kahale Warring TE 8 15
Buddy Howell RB 3 6
Stevie Mitchell WR 2 4
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Lonnie Johnson DB 76 100
Zach Cunningham LB 76 100
AJ Moore FS 76 100
Tyrell Adams LB 76 100
Keion Crossen CB 76 100
Vernon Hargreaves CB 75 99
JJ Watt DE 70 92
Charles Omenihu DE 61 80
John Reid CB 60 79
Carlos Watkins DE 52 68
Jonathan Greenard LB 47 62
Jacob Martin DE 31 41
Auzoyah Alufohai DT 21 28
Ross Blacklock DT 20 26
Brennan Scarlett LB 16 21
Andrew Brown NT 2 3
Peter Kalambayi LB 1 1

NOTES:

  • OT Laremy Tunsil left the game after just 13 offensive snaps with a high ankle sprain. Tunsil was replaced by fourth-round rookie Charlie Heck, who played the rest of the game and surrendered the sack/fumble on the potential game-winning drive.
  • G Brent Qvale left the game after just 15 offensive snaps with a concussion. Qvale was replaced by second-year lineman Max Scharping, who has been in and out of the starting lineup all season long.
  • DT Andrew Brown made his Texans debut yesterday against his former team, the Cincinnati Bengals. Brown played just two offensive snaps in the loss.
  • WR Brandin Cooks was a sharp weapon for Deshaun Watson yesterday. He had his second-most yards in a game (141) in 50 offensive snaps. Cooks took the team lead in receiving yards with 984 and can eclipse 1,000 yards next week against the Titans. If he can get those 16 yards, Cooks will become just the second WR ever to record 1,000 receiving seasons with four different teams.