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Week 7 Snap Counts: Texans vs. Cardinals

Check out yesterday’s Snap Counts!

Houston Texans v Arizona Cardinals Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images

Week 7 Snap Counts

Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Offense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Charlie Heck T 56 100
Geron Christian T 56 100
Tytus Howard G 56 100
Davis Mills QB 56 100
Justin Britt C 56 100
Brandin Cooks WR 53 95
Nico Collins WR 35 62
Justin McCray G 30 54
David Johnson RB 30 54
Pharaoh Brown TE 29 52
Jordan Akins TE 29 52
Chris Conley WR 27 48
Max Scharping G 26 46
Danny Amendola WR 24 43
Mark Ingram RB 21 38
Chris Moore WR 13 23
Antony Auclair TE 11 20
Rex Burkhead RB 4 7
Phillip Lindsay RB 4 7
Defense: Number of Snaps: Percentage of Snaps:
Kamu Grugier-Hill LB 71 100
Christian Kirksey LB 71 100
Desmond King CB 71 100
Lonnie Johnson CB 64 90
Justin Reid SS 63 89
Terrance Mitchell CB 63 89
Tavierre Thomas CB 46 65
Charles Omenihu DE 39 55
Jonathan Greenard DE 38 54
Ross Blacklock DT 37 52
Jacob Martin DE 36 51
Jordan Jenkins DE 35 49
Maliek Collins DT 35 49
DeMarcus Walker DE 34 48
Roy Lopez DT 30 42
Eric Murray FS 17 24
Zach Cunningham LB 15 21
A.J. Moore FS 8 11
Vernon Hargreaves CB 8 11

NOTES:

  • Starting guard Max Scharping left the game after 26 offensive snaps, benched for Justin McCray, who finished the game.

“We made that move simply because of the play at that time,” head coach Culley told reporters. “We felt like we needed to make the move. We felt like he would give us a little boost. We thought he would give us a little better play than what we were having at that time.

  • David Johnson out-snapped the other Houston Texans running backs on the roster while playing his former team. Johnson finished the day with 30 offensive snaps, carrying the ball seven times for 25 yards. He also led the team, along with wide receiver Brandin Cooks, with five receptions.
  • Lonnie Johnson Jr. was the team’s best defender against the Cardinals. While playing 64 defensive snaps, Johnson led the team in tackles with nine and picked off Kyler Murray for his third interception of the season.