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Lions vs. Saints: Snap counts and playing time percentages

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Kenny Vaccaro goes distance on defense, while Coby Fleener’s workload increased on offense.

NFL: Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

The New Orleans Saints clearly didn’t get the memo that a big game was at stake when playing the Detroit Lions on Sunday, and fell 28-13 at home. How bad was it? The Saints offense entered the fourth quarter with just 6 points. Here’s the snap counts (Note: All data is provided by the NFL).

Offense

  • Senio Kelmete, Andrus Peat, Max Unger, Jahri Evans, Zach Strief, Drew Brees, 61 (100%)
  • Michael Thomas, 52 (85%)
  • Brandin Cooks, 51 (84%)
  • Willie Snead, 48 (79%)
  • Coby Fleener, 41 (67%)
  • Travaris Cadet, 24 (39%)
  • Mark Ingram, 20 (33%)
  • John Phillips, 19 (31%)
  • John Kuhn, Tim Hightower, 13 (21%)
  • Josh Hill, 10 (16%)
  • Brandon Coleman, 7 (11%)
  • Tim Lelito, 5 (8%)
  • Tommylee Lewis, 2 (3%)

Defense

  • Kenny Vaccaro, 70 (100%)
  • Vonn Bell, Delvin Breaux, Sterling Moore, 66 (99%)
  • Jairus Byrd, Cameron Jordan, Dannell Ellerbe, 66 (94%)
  • Craig Robertson, 63 (90%)
  • Nick Fairley, 47 (67%)
  • Sheldon Rankins, 44 (63%)
  • Paul Kruger, 38 (54%)
  • Tyeler Davison, 27 (39%)
  • David Onyemata, 24 (34%)
  • Darryl Tapp, 19 (27%)
  • B.W. Webb, 16 (23%)
  • Stephone Anthony, 8 (11%)
  • Nathan Stupar, Kasim Edebali, 4 (6%)
  • Roman Harper, 1 (1%)

Special Teams (Top 5)

  • Nate Stupar, 23
  • Stephone Anthony, Shiloh Keo, Chris Banjo, Travaris Cadet, 17
  • Tommylee Lewis, 16
  • Kasim Edebali, 15
  • Darryl Tapp, 14