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Broncos vs. Saints: Snap counts and playing time percentages

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Saints offense sees lowest, defense sees highest amount of snaps of 2016 season.

NFL: Denver Broncos at New Orleans Saints Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

The New Orleans Saints fell short against the Denver Broncos in Week 10, and have turned their attention to the Carolina Panthers on a short week. The offense saw their lowest snap count of the season (51) in the loss, while the defense fielded their highest of 2016 (84). (Note: All data is provided by the NFL)

Offense

  • Max Unger, Jahri Evans, Zach Strief, Andrus Peat, Drew Brees, 51 (100%)
  • Michael Thomas, 44 (86%)
  • Senio Kelemete, 42 (82%)
  • Brandin Cooks, 38 (75%)
  • Coby Fleener, 32 (63%)
  • Willie Snead, 30 (59%)
  • Josh Hill, 26 (51%)
  • Mark Ingram, 22 (43%)
  • Brandon Coleman, John Phillips, 15 (29%)
  • Tim Hightower, 14 (27%)
  • Travaris Cadet, 10 (20%)
  • Tim Lelito, John Kuhn, 9 (18%)

Defense

  • Kenny Vaccaro, Craig Robertson, Vonn Bell, Sterling Moore, 84 (100%)
  • Cameron Jordan, 79 (94%)
  • Delvin Breaux, 77 (92%)
  • Paul Kruger, Dannell Ellerbe, 66 (79%)
  • Jairus Byrd, 63 (75%)
  • Nick Fairley, 61 (73%)
  • Sheldon Rankins, 49 (58%)
  • Tyeler Davison, 43 (51%)
  • B.W. Webb, 25 (30%)
  • Darryl Tapp, 20 (24%)
  • Nathan Stupar, 18 (21%)
  • David Onyemata, 15 (18%)
  • Kasim Edebali, 4 (5%)
  • Ken Crawley, 3 (4%)

Special Teams (Top 5)

  • Nathan Stupar, 23
  • Josh Hill, 20
  • Ken Crawley, 16
  • Travaris Cadet, Shiloh Keo, Sam Barrington, Jake Lampman, 15