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Player Offensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Taylor Moton 77 (100%) 6 (24%)
Chris Reed 77 (100%) 6 (24%)
John Miller 77 (100%)  
Teddy Bridgewater 77 (100%)  
Matt Paradis 75 (97%)  
Chris Manhertz 59 (77%) 6 (24%)
DJ Moore 55 (71%) 1 (4%)
Mike Davis 55 (71%) 1 (4%)
Greg Little 55 (71%)  
Ian Thomas 45 (58%)  
Robby Anderson 44 (57%) 1 (4%)
Curtis Samuel 36 (47%)  
Trent Scott 22 (29%) 6 (24%)
Reggie Bonnafon 21 (27%) 7 (28%)
Pharoh Cooper 20 (26%) 9 (36%)
Colin Thompson 18 (23%) 3 (12%)
Alex Armah 17 (22%) 8 (32%)
Seth Roberts 8 (10%)  
Brandon Zylstra 7 (9%) 15 (60%)
Tyler Larsen 2 (3%) 6 (24%)
  • 17 different players played at least 20 percent of the offensive snaps, a new high for 2020.
  • A week after Trent Scott played 61 percent of the snaps at left tackle and Greg Little played 39 percent, the roles were reversed. Little was in for 71 percent this week, while Scott played 29 percent.
  • Chris Manhertz played a career-high 77 percent of the snaps and making one catch for 17 yards.
  • Ian Thomas played 58 percent and Colin Thompson played 23 percent of the snaps as Carolina had a number of formations with multiple tight ends.
  • Reggie Bonnafon had 12 touches on his 21 snaps, accounting for 71 scrimmage yards and a touchdown.
  • Matt Paradis missed two snaps with a dislocated finger, but he was able to return at center.
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Player Defensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Rasul Douglas 57 (100%) 8 (32%)
Tre Boston 57 (100%) 3 (12%)
Juston Burris 56 (98%) 1 (4%)
Shaq Thompson 55 (96%) 5 (20%)
Brian Burns 51 (89%) 4 (16%)
Jeremy Chinn 51 (89%) 2 (8%)
Kawann Short 43 (75%) 4 (16%)
Donte Jackson 41 (72%)  
Stephen Weatherly 38 (67%)  
Derrick Brown 33 (58%) 4 (16%)
Tahir Whitehead 30 (53%) 3 (12%)
Corn Elder 25 (44%) 14 (56%)
Yetur Gross-Matos 21 (37%)  
Troy Pride 16 (28%) 18 (72%)
Efe Obada 16 (28%) 9 (36%)
Zach Kerr 15 (26%) 6 (24%)
Marquis Haynes 11 (19%) 1 (4%)
Jermaine Carter 6 (11%) 18 (72%)
Adarius Taylor 4 (7%) 15 (60%)
Sam Franklin 1 (2%) 14 (56%)
  • Brian Burns played a career-high 89 percent of the snaps. He's now seen action in 78.3 percent of snaps this season after averaging just 43.0 percent last year.
  • Kawann Short played 75 percent of the snaps after missing the last two games to injury.
  • Yetur Gross-Matos played 37 percent of snaps and had his first career strip-sack. Gross-Matos had missed some practice this week with an illness.
  • Eli Apple returned from IR this week but only saw action on six special teams snaps before being ruled out with a hamstring injury.
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I don't think I've seen it mentioned anywhere but from what I saw, Kawann Short actually had at least a half decent game yesterday..

 

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49 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

I don't think I've seen it mentioned anywhere but from what I saw, Kawann Short actually had at least a half decent game yesterday..

 

I must've missed that.  I heard him mentioned during the telecast but I cannot recall one highlight by KK.

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Anderson played a relatively small amount of snaps. I wonder what that's about.

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10 minutes ago, Jon Snow said:

I must've missed that.  I heard him mentioned during the telecast but I cannot recall one highlight by KK.

Well remember, I said decent, not great.

Not so much about highlights.

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

Well remember, I said decent, not great.

Not so much about highlights.

He makes too much money to be invisible.

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Just now, Jon Snow said:

He makes too much money to be invisible.

No argument on his paycheck.

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Tahir whitehead snaps going in the right direction. Down. 

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11 minutes ago, Jon Snow said:

He makes too much money to be invisible.

I wouldnt say he was invisible, but you're right he is paid to disrupt behind the line of scrimmage not to eat blocks

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1 minute ago, Adb6368 said:

Tahir whitehead snaps going in the right direction. Down. 

Is Shaq filling in at MLB when he is off the field?  

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Don't read too much in to the snap count comparison between Little & Scott.  They basically rotated by quarter with Little getting the start playing Qtrs 1 and 3.

Drives and Plays by Qtr

1. 2 Drives, 22 plays

2. 3 Drives, 13 plays

3. 3 Drives, 27 plays

4. 2 drives, 12 plays.

 

Qtrs 1 + 3 = 49 plays (Little = 55)

Qtrs 2 + 4 = 25 plays (Scott = 22)

 

So there is a slight discrepancy between the sum of NFL.com plays by quarter (74) and the total snap counts here (77) but you get the picture. 

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30 minutes ago, top dawg said:

Anderson played a relatively small amount of snaps. I wonder what that's about.

I don't necessarily think that says anything bad about him.

Regarding Robby though...

I don't think that's going away anytime soon :)

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David NewtonESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Rhule says left tackle Russell Okung (groin) is “close'' to being ready to return after missing two games. He said Okung may have tried to play on Sunday had the staff not had as much confidence in Greg Little as it does. “Greg Little went out and played really well,'' Rhule said.

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I'm so glad Armah is actually being used. I love a good FB and it seems Ron and Co had no clue when to use him. 

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4 hours ago, Mr. Scot said:

Well remember, I said decent, not great.

Not so much about highlights.

especially at DT. Brown put up some highlights when they decided to double KK instead of him.

Kerr's best plays were sloooooowly walking out onto the field, lol. Smart coaching.

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4 hours ago, top dawg said:

Anderson played a relatively small amount of snaps. I wonder what that's about.

He made the most out of his time on the field though. Also, I would have thought YGM would have had more snaps. He put on a show considering the low snap count.

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