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Player Offensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Taylor Moton 65 (100%) 5 (19%)
John Miller 65 (100%) 5 (19%)
Chris Reed 65 (100%) 5 (19%)
Matt Paradis 65 (100%)  
Teddy Bridgewater 65 (100%)  
Russell Okung 64 (98%)  
Mike Davis 54 (83%) 1 (4%)
DJ Moore 51 (78%) 1 (4%)
Curtis Samuel 48 (74%)  
Robby Anderson 47 (72%) 1 (4%)
Ian Thomas 42 (65%)  
Chris Manhertz 32 (49%) 5 (19%)
Pharoh Cooper 15 (23%) 7 (27%)
Colin Thompson 14 (22%) 7 (27%)
Alex Armah 10 (15%) 8 (31%)
Seth Roberts 10 (15%) 8 (31%)
Trenton Cannon 2 (3%) 13 (50%)
Greg Little 1 (2%)  
  • Russell Okung returned from injury and played all but one snap at left tackle.
  • Mike Davis played a career-high 83 percent of the snaps at running back, finishing with 149 scrimmage yards on 25 touches.
  • Trenton Cannon played his first two snaps at running back for Carolina when Davis briefly exited the game, running once for a loss of three yards.
  • Pharoh Cooper has seen an uptick in snaps at wide receiver lately, playing 25 percent last week and 23 percent this week. He had one catch for 12 yards.
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Player Defensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Juston Burris 65 (100%) 11 (42%)
Rasul Douglas 65 (100%) 4 (15%)
Shaq Thompson 65 (100%) 1 (4%)
Tre Boston 65 (100%)  
Jeremy Chinn 64 (98%) 5 (19%)
Troy Pride 63 (97%) 10 (38%)
Kawann Short 40 (62%)  
Stephen Weatherly 37 (57%)  
Marquis Haynes 36 (55%) 3 (12%)
Tahir Whitehead 35 (54%) 4 (15%)
Efe Obada 33 (51%) 8 (31%)
Derrick Brown 33 (51%) 1 (4%)
Corn Elder 30 (46%) 16 (62%)
Zach Kerr 25 (38%) 8 (31%)
Yetur Gross-Matos 17 (26%) 3 (12%)
Brian Burns 16 (25%) 1 (4%)
Bravvion Roy 15 (23%) 4 (15%)
Adarius Taylor 9 (14%) 17 (65%)
Jermaine Carter 1 (2%) 21 (81%)
Donte Jackson 1 (2%)  
  • Donte Jackson played just one snap before leaving the game with his toe injury. Troy Pride Jr. played a career-high 97 percent of the snaps in his place, tallying six tackles at cornerback.
  • Marquis Haynes played a career-high 55 percent of the snaps at defensive end after Brian Burns (25 percent) left the game with a concussion in the first half. Haynes tallied his second sack of the season along with a pass deflection and QB hit.
  • After playing 81 percent of the snaps over the first two weeks, Tahir Whitehead has averaged just 57 percent over the last three weeks, including 54 percent on Sunday
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Whitehead is garbage.

On another note, what TF happened to Ian Thomas? Dude looked so promising to take over Greg’s role and has virtually been MIA.

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Just now, WarHeel said:

Whitehead is garbage.

On another note, what TF happened to Ian Thomas? Dude looked so promising to take over Greg’s role and has virtually been MIA.

There's been discussion that Joe Brady doesn't use the tight end much.

Side Note: Kind of amused that we had an equal number of offensive and defensive snaps. That's unusual.

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5 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Side Note: Kind of amused that we had an equal number of offensive and defensive snaps. That's unusual.

Oddly enough, so did the Falcons! :tongue:

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1 minute ago, EgoDogg said:

Oddly enough, so did the Falcons! :tongue:

I was told there would be no math :Eyes_Emoji_42x42:

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12 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

There's been discussion that Joe Brady doesn't use the tight end much.

Side Note: Kind of amused that we had an equal number of offensive and defensive snaps. That's unusual.

Maybe it’s time to learn. He did have one TD reception if I’m not mistaken. We could use a big body if anything to quiet everyone up about our lack of red zone conversion. 

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4 minutes ago, WarHeel said:

Maybe it’s time to learn. He did have one TD reception if I’m not mistaken. We could use a big body if anything to quiet everyone up about our lack of red zone conversion. 

Mentioned it elsewhere. There are some offensive gurus who just don't think that much of using the tight end. Mike Martz was one of them, though he was a Coryell guy.

West Coast style attacks like ours usually do feature a good pass catching tight end.

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Good to see Whitehead lose snaps he should not be on the field. I just hope Hurney extends Samuel and Moton especially with how much both are playing and contributing 

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40 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Mentioned it elsewhere. There are some offensive gurus who just don't think that much of using the tight end. Mike Martz was one of them, though he was a Coryell guy.

West Coast style attacks like ours usually do feature a good pass catching tight end.

Brady’s offense is essentially Sean Payton’s and Payton has definitely shown he can and will feature a TE if he has a good one, but he will also just not really use one in the passing game when he doesn’t. I think it just comes down to that. Thomas is at best the 5th best option to throw the ball to on the offense and that’s with CMC out.

He will fit his scheme to his players rather than square peg-round hole the players to his offense. Sign of a good coach.

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LSU used the TE a decent amount last year.  14% of all catches were to the tight ends.  Although I guess Brady wasn't their OC.  

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I hope to see Gross-Matos get more and more snaps as the season progresses. He's starting to show some flashes.

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20 minutes ago, Davidson Deac II said:

LSU used the TE a decent amount last year.  14% of all catches were to the tight ends.  Although I guess Brady wasn't their OC.  

Well, passing game coordinator, so...

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Trenton Cannon didn't have a chance on that play! I wouldn't put any stock in his losing three yards.

Samuel got more looks than I thought at RB apparently. He got that key first down though. I guess the coaches know their team.

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They seem to have decided to turn Samuel into a Swiss army knife.

Right now, looks like it's not a bad idea.

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I would like to point out that Little did not give up a sack.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

They seem to have decided to turn Samuel into a Swiss army knife.

Right now, looks like it's not a bad idea.

I thought that was the plan when we drafted him. I had visions of him, CMC and Olsen in the huddle with our mammoth WRs (who i will not name) and DCs pulling their hair out trying to figure out if we were going 5 wide or jumbo set.

Apparently Rivera/Shula/The Turners couldn't understand the advantage of the other team not knowing whats coming.

We might not have the TE talent we did back then, but with Mike Davis we could be even more frustrating to DCs once CMC comes back.

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