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Week 4 Snap Count Analysis: What Did Bills Loss Reveal About Texans?

Check out this week’s snap counts!

NFL: Houston Texans at Buffalo Bills Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Week 4 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Davis Mills QB 47 100
Justin Britt C 47 100
Laremy Tunsil T 47 100
Marcus Cannon T 47 100
Max Scharping G 47 100
Tytus Howard G 47 100
Brandin Cooks WR 41 87
Chris Conley WR 41 87
Anthony Miller WR 35 74
Pharaoh Brown TE 34 72
David Johnson RB 27 57
Jordan Akins TE 18 38
Anthony Auclair TE 16 34
Mark Ingram RB 10 21
Phillip Lindsay RB 8 17
Rex Burkhead RB 3 6
Andre Roberts WR 2 4
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Desmond King CB 71 99
Christian Kirksey LB 63 88
Kamu Grugier-Hill LB 61 85
Lonnie Johnson CB 60 83
Justin Reid SS 59 82
Terrance Mitchell CB 59 82
Tavierre Thomas CB 46 64
Charles Omenihu DE 46 64
Jacob Martin DE 43 60
Maliek Collins DT 38 53
DeMarcus Walker DE 37 51
Whitney Mercilus DE 37 51
Roy Lopez DT 36 50
Jaleel Johnson DT 33 46
Joe Thomas LB 18 25
Jonathan Greenard LB 18 25
Terrence Brooks SS 16 22
Vernon Hargreaves CB 14 19
Neville Hewitt LB 10 14
A.J. Moore FS 9 12
Garret Wallow LB 9 12
Hardy Nickerson LB 9 12

NOTES:

  • LB Hardy Nickerson made his Texans debut Sunday, playing nine defensive snaps and recording one tackle.
  • CB Desmond King was the only defensive player to play more than 90 percent of defensive snaps, playing 71.
  • TE Pharaoh Brown led tight ends in snaps this week with 34, followed by Jordan Akins with 18 and Anthony Auclair with 16.
  • RB David Johnson led the backfield in snaps with 27, followed by Mark Ingram in a season-low 10 snaps, Phillip Lindsay with eight and Rex Burkhead with two. However, Ingram still led the team in rushing attempts with six, compared to Johnson’s five.
  • QB Davis Mills posted the worst performance by a quarterback in three years, completing 11 passes on 21 attempts for 87 yards, four interceptions and a quarterback rating of 0.8.
  • DE Whitney Mercilus only played 37 defensive snaps, but recorded the team’s only sack of the afternoon.