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Jacksonville Jaguars Week 3 snap counts versus Arizona Cardinals

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The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to 0-3 on Sunday, losing to the Arizona Cardinals by a final score of 31-19. The Jaguars built a 19-10 lead in the third quarter, but then allowed the Cardinals to score 21 consecutive points, and lost for the third-straight week.

We took a look at snap counts for each Jacksonville player last week against the Denver Broncos, and will now review snap counts for this past weekend’s game against Arizona.

Note: Number of plays are listed next to the player’s name/position and percentage of total offensive plays are listed in parentheses.

Offense

  • A.J. Cann, guard, 68 plays (100 percent)
  • Jawaan Taylor, tackle, 68 plays (100 percent)
  • Brandon Linder, center, 68 plays (100 percent)
  • Trevor Lawrence (rookie), quarterback, 68 plays (100 percent)
  • Marvin Jones, wide receiver, 66 plays (97 percent)
  • Andrew Norwell, guard, 62 plays (91 percent)
  • Cam Robinson, tackle, 60 plays (88 percent)
  • D.J. Chark, wide receiver, 59 plays (87 percent)
  • Jacob Hollister, tight end, 46 plays (68 percent)
  • Laviska Shenault, wide receiver, 44 plays (65 percent)
  • James Robinson, running back, 40 plays (59 percent)
  • Chris Manhertz, tight end, 25 plays (37 percent)
  • Carlos Hyde, running back, 23 plays (34 percent)
  • Luke Farrell (rookie), tight end, 17 plays (25 percent)
  • Will Richardson, tackle, eight plays (12 percent)
  • Phillip Dorsett, wide receiver, seven plays (10 percent)
  • Jamal Agnew, wide receiver, six plays (nine percent)
  • Ben Bartch, tackle, six plays (nine percent)
  • Dare Ogunbowale, running back, five plays (seven percent)
  • Tyron Johnson, wide receiver, two plays (three percent)

There were 20 different players who saw action on offense for the Jaguars, and only four players played 100 percent of the snaps: rookie quarterback Trevor Lawerence and offensive linemen Jawaan Taylor, A.J. Cann and Brandon Linder. Wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr. played nearly every rep, playing 66 of 68 snaps (97 percent). Tight end Jacob Hollister, playing in his first game since being signed by the Jaguars, had a heavy workload with 46 plays (68 percent of total snaps), and that was expected after James O’Shaughnessy was placed on injured reserve last week. Other than that, not a lot of surprises here.

Defense

  • Rayshawn Jenkins, strong safety, 67 plays (100 percent)
  • Andrew Wingard, free safety, 67 plays (100 percent)
  • Tyson Campbell (rookie), cornerback, 67 plays (100 percent)
  • Shaquill Griffin, cornerback, 67 plays (100 percent)
  • Myles Jack, linebacker, 67 plays (100 percent)
  • Damien Wilson, linebacker, 57 plays (85 percent)
  • Josh Allen, outside linebacker/edge, 51 plays (76 percent)
  • Chris Claybrooks, cornerback, 45 plays (57 percent)
  • Adam Gotsis, defensive end, 44 plays (66 percent)
  • Malcom Brown, defensive tackle, 44 plays (66 percent)
  • Dawuane Smoot, defensive end, 41 plays (61 percent)
  • Jihad Ward, outside linebacker/edge, 35 plays (45 percent)
  • K’Lavon Chaisson, outside linebacker/edge, 31 plays (46 percent)
  • DaVon Hamilton, nose tackle, 22 plays (33 percent)
  • Rudy Ford, strong safety, 15 plays (22 percent)
  • Taven Bryan, defensive tackle, 13 plays (19 percent)
  • Lerentee McCray, defensive end/outside linebacker, four plays (six percent)

Jacksonville had 17 players get reps on Sunday, and with a banged up secondary, rookie cornerback Tyson Campbell saw his most action of the season, playing all 67 defensive snaps. Chris Claybrooks also saw extended playing time at cornerback with 45 snaps (57 percent of all plays). In addition to Campbell, four others played every down on defense: safeties Rayshawn Jenkins and Andrew Wingard (who had an interception), cornerback Shaquill Griffin and linebacker Myles Jack (who recorded 10 tackles). With Wingard playing 100 percent of the snaps at free safety, rookie Andre Cisco did not get a defensive play in, but did play special teams. With Roy Robertson-Harris out for the game, Adam Gotsis saw a big uptick in playing time compared to last week.

Special Teams

  • Lerentee McCray, defensive end/outside linebacker, 26 plays (90 percent)
  • Dakota Allen, linebacker, 25 plays (86 percent)
  • Rudy Ford, strong safety, 20 plays (69 percent)
  • Daniel Thomas, safety, 20 plays (69 percent)
  • Andre Cisco (rookie), safety, 20 plays (69 percent)
  • Chapelle Russell, linebacker, 20 plays (69 percent)
  • Dare Ogunbowale, running back, 19 plays (66 percent)
  • Shaquille Quarterman, linebacker, 15 plays (52 percent)
  • Jamal Agnew, wide receiver, 12 plays (41 percent)
  • Andrew Wingard, free safety, 12 plays (41 percent)
  • Logan Cooke, punter, nine plays (31 percent)
  • Ross Matiscik, long snapper, nine plays (31 percent)
  • Rayshawn Jenkins, strong safety, eight plays (28 percent)
  • Nevin Lawson, cornerback, eight plays (28 percent)
  • Chris Claybrooks, cornerback, seven plays (24 percent)
  • DaVon Hamilton, nose tackle, seven plays (24 percent)
  • Jacob Hollister, tight end, six plays (21 percent)
  • Tyson Campbell (rookie), cornerback, six plays (21 percent)
  • Luke Farrell (rookie), tight end, six plays (21 percent)
  • Damien Wilson, linebacker, six plays (21 percent)
  • Josh Allen, outside linebacker/edge, six plays (21 percent)
  • Malcom Brown, defensive tackle, six plays (21 percent)
  • Josh Lambo, kicker, six plays (21 percent)
  • Adam Gotsis, defensive end, five plays (31 percent)
  • K’Lavon Chaisson, outside linebacker/edge, five plays (17 percent)
  • Shaquill Griffin, cornerback, four plays (14 percent)
  • Chris Manhertz, tight end, three plays (10 percent)
  • Ben Bartch, offensive tackle, three plays (10 percent)
  • A.J. Cann, offensive guard, three plays (10 percent)
  • Andrew Norwell, offensive guard, three plays (10 percent)
  • Jawaan Taylor, offensive tackle, three plays (10 percent)
  • Tyler Shatley, offensive guard, three plays (10 percent)
  • Will Richardson, offensive tackle, three plays (10 percent)
  • Jihad Ward, outside linebacker/edge, one play (three percent)

For the second week in a row, Jamal Agnew made the play of the game on special teams. Agnew returned a missed field goal attempt 109 yards — tying an NFL record — for a touchdown.