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Week 6 Snap Counts: Texans vs. Colts

Check out yesterday’s Snap Counts!

NFL: Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

Week 6 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Charlie Heck T 75 100
Geron Christian T 75 100
Max Scharping G 75 100
Tytus Howard G 75 100
Justin McCray C 75 100
Davis Mills QB 75 100
Brandin Cooks WR 68 91
Chris Moore WR 49 65
Nico Collins WR 43 57
Pharaoh Brown TE 40 53
Mark Ingram RB 33 44
Chris Conley WR 32 43
David Johnson RB 32 43
Jordan Akins TE 32 43
Antony Auclair TE 28 37
Phillip Lindsay RB 11 15
Rex Burkhead RB 5 7
Andre Roberts WR 2 3
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Kamu Grugier-Hill LB 48 100
Justin Reid SS 48 100
Christian Kirksey LB 48 100
Terrance Mitchell CB 48 100
Vernon Hargreaves CB 40 83
Lonnie Johnson CB 37 77
Tavierre Thomas CB 34 71
Maliek Collins DT 32 67
Jonathan Greenard DE 27 56
Jacob Martin DE 27 56
DeMarcus Walker DE 23 48
Jordan Jenkins DE 22 46
Roy Lopez DT 21 44
Whitney Mercilus DE 21 44
Jaleel Johnson DT 19 40
Zach Cunningham LB 14 29
Terrence Brooks SS 11 23
Desmond King CB 8 17

NOTES:

  • The Houston Texans’ offense was on the field for 75 snaps and scored just three points, while the Indianapolis Colts offense was on the field for 48 snaps and scored 31 points. Usually that doesn’t add up correctly, but this is the Texans we are talking about.
  • Linebacker Zach Cunningham’s playing time continues to slip. He played in just 52 percent of defensive snaps last week, and that number decreased again to a season-low 29 percent yesterday.
  • Justin McCray got the start at center in place of Justin Britt as Britt dealt with a knee injury this past week.
  • With Marcus Cannon likely out for the season and Laremy Tunsil out for the next several weeks, Geron Christian and Charlie Heck started at the tackle positions, playing all 75 offensive snaps.
  • Rookie wide receiver Nico Collins returned this week from a shoulder injury that landed him on Injured Reserve. He caught four passes for 44 yards, both career-bests.