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Texans vs. Jaguars: Analyzing snap counts (offense)

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Taking a look at the offensive snap counts for the Jaguars against the Buffalo Bills.

Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive line
Cameron Bradfield Mike Brewster Brad Meester Uche Nwaneri
Austin Pasztor
100%
77/77 plays
22%
17/77 plays
100%
77/77 plays
100%
77/77 plays
100%
77/77 plays

Thoughts: The Jaguars offensive line had an up and down day, and once again had a shake up mid-game. Brewster played just 17 snaps before breaking his foot and going to to bench. The Jaguars ran the ball well, but still gave up way too many sacks.


Running back/Fullback
Will Ta'ufo'ou Jordan Todman Denard Robinson
18%
14/77 plays
87%
67/77 plays
12%
9/77 plays

Thoughts: With Maurice Jones-Drew out of the lineup, there wasn't near as much rotation between Todman and Robinson as I expected. Then again, after Robinson's fumble it could be they were reluctant to put him back in the game.


Tight end
Marcedes Lewis Clay Harbor Danny Noble
84%
65/77 plays
38%
29/77 plays
4%
3/77 plays

Thoughts: The snap distribution at the tight end position is no surprise, with Lewis getting the lion's share. This go-round however Lewis was actually used more in the passing game and it paid off big time. It's too bad it took so long for Lewis to start being a part of the passing game.


Wide receiver
Ace Sanders Mike Brown Kerry Taylor
62%
48/77 plays
95%
73/77 plays
88%
68/77 plays

Thoughts: The Jaguars passing game severely missed Cecil Shorts on Sunday, but guys like Ace Sanders were still able to make plays. There were also some critical drops by some of the players thrust into the lineup.