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Snap Counts: Patriots vs. Texans

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New England Patriots v Houston Texans Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

Week 5 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Charlie Heck T 59 100
Max Scharping G 59 100
Tytus Howard T 59 100
Justin Britt C 59 100
Davis Mills QB 59 100
Chris Conley WR 54 92
Brandin Cooks WR 50 85
Chris Moore WR 37 63
Pharaoh Brown TE 37 63
Geron Christian T 33 56
David Johnson RB 31 53
Jordan Akins TE 27 46
Laremy Tunsil T 26 44
Mark Ingram RB 26 44
Antony Auclair TE 20 34
Phillip Lindsay RB 13 22
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Kamu Grugier-Hill LB 64 100
Justin Reid SS 64 100
Christian Kirksey LB 64 100
Desmond King CB 62 97
Terrance Mitchell CB 62 97
Lonnie Johnson CB 55 86
Maliek Collins DT 37 58
DeMarcus Walker DE 37 58
Jacob Martin DE 34 53
Jonathan Greenard DE 34 53
Zach Cunningham LB 33 52
Tavierre Thomas CB 31 48
Roy Lopez DT 31 48
Whitney Mercilus DE 30 47
Jordan Jenkins DE 30 47
Jaleel Johnson DT 23 36
Terrence Brooks SS 9 14
Joe Thomas LB 2 3
Garret Wallow LB 2 3

NOTES:

  • Houston Texans offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil left Sunday’s game with a hand injury after logging 26 offensive snaps. Backup tackle Geron Christian came into the game following his injury, playing 33 offensive snaps.
  • Pharaoh Brown led all tight ends in snaps this week with 37, followed by Jordan Akins with 27 and Antony Auclair with 20. Auclair caught his first NFL touchdown in the first quarter.
  • David Johnson led all running backs in snaps this week with 31, followed by Mark Ingram with 26 and Phillip Lindsay with 13. However, it was Ingram once again who led the team in carries with 16.
  • After cutting WR Anthony Miller during the week, Chris Moore was elevated from the practice squad and made the most of his opportunity. In 37 offensive snaps, Moore caught five passes for 109 yards and a touchdown, his first since 2018. All three totals were career-highs for Moore.