Titans snap report: Who played how much

October, 7, 2013
10/07/13
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A weekly look at the Titans snap counts from Sunday’s game:

Offense, 69 snaps

LT Michael Roos, 69
LG Andy Levitre, 69
C Rob Turner, 69
RG Chance Warmack, 69
RT David Stewart, 69
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, 69

TE Delanie Walker, 66
WR Nate Washington, 57
WR Kendall Wright, 55
RB Chris Johnson, 52
WR Kenny Britt, 35
WR Damian Williams, 18
WR Justin Hunter WR, 18
RB Jackie Battle, 17
TE Craig Stevens, 11
TE Taylor Thompson, 10
FB Collin Mooney, 6

It would seem Britt’s number will now come down and Williams and Hunter will see increases. Running back Shonn Greene should be back and take away all or most of Battle’s work. That’s not a lot for Stevens, a key guy in the run game and a player overdue to get his number called as a pass target.

Defense, 70 snaps

FS Michael Griffin, 70
MLB Moise Fokou, 70
SS Bernard Pollard, 70

CB Alterraun Verner, 68
CB Jason McCourty, 68
DT Jurrell Casey, 65
DE Ropati Pitoitua, 47
SS George Wilson, 44
DT Antonio Johnson, 42
LB Zach Brown, 39
LB Akeem Ayers, 34
DE Lavar Edwards, 29
CB Coty Sensabaugh, 27
DE Derrick Morgan, 27
DE Karl Klug, 19
DE Kamerion Wimbley, 17
CB Tommie Campbell, 16
DT Mike Martin, 16
LB Colin McCarthy, 2

Ayers playing less than half the snaps? I’m sort of confused. Part of it is that Pitoitua is playing pretty well as a base end and Klug’s an effective rush guy. Morgan’s workload was down because he was knocked out with a shoulder injury. That got Edwards more time. It's nice that they have a lot of options. But Ayers was supposed to be one of their top guys.

Paul Kuharsky | email

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