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Week 3 Snap Counts: Panthers vs. Texans

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NFL: Carolina Panthers at Houston Texans Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Week 3 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Laremy Tunsil T 55 100
Marcus Cannon T 55 100
Max Scharping G 55 100
Tytus Howard T 55 100
Justin Britt C 55 100
Davis Mills QB 55 100
Brandin Cooks WR 52 95
Chris Conley WR 49 89
Anthony Miller WR 35 64
Jordan Akins TE 34 62
Pharaoh Brown TE 31 56
David Johnson RB 21 38
Mark Ingram RB 19 35
Anthony Auclair TE 13 24
Phillip Lindsay RB 9 16
Rex Burkhead RB 8 15
Chris Moore WR 2 4
Charlie Heck T 1 2
Justin McCray C 1 2
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Lonnie Johnson CB 73 100
Eric Murray FS 73 100
Christian Kirksey LB 73 100
Zach Cunningham LB 73 100
Tremon Smith CB 71 97
Vernon Hargreaves CB 71 97
Maliek Collins DT 44 60
Jacob Martin DE 42 58
Jonathan Greenard DE 40 55
Joe Thomas LB 37 51
Desmond King CB 36 49
Roy Lopez DT 35 48
Whitney Mercilus DE 31 42
Jaleel Johnson DT 29 40
Ross Blacklock DT 25 34
Charles Omenihu DE 23 32
Demarcus Walker DE 23 32
Terrence Brooks SS 2 3
Garret Wallow LB 2 3

NOTES:

  • CB Lonnie Johnson, FS Eric Murray and LBs Christian Kirksey and Zach Cunningham played all 73 defensive snaps against the Carolina Panthers. In contrast, the Texans had just 55 offensive snaps.
  • Rookie QB Davis Mills started his first NFL game, playing in 55 snaps in a loss to the Carolina Panthers. Mills completed 19 passes on 28 attempts for 168 yards and a touchdown against zero interceptions.
  • For the first time this season, David Johnson led all running backs in snaps with 21. Mark Ingram trailed slowly behind with 19, Phillip Lindsay held nine snaps and Rex Burkhead had eight.
  • Tight end Jordan Akins outsnapped Pharaoh Brown 34-31. Akins caught four passes for 32 yards while Brown did not record a catch.
  • Wide receiver Chris Conley saw a season-high in snaps with 49, good for 92 percent of the offensive snaps with Nico Collins and Danny Amendola out with injuries.