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Saints snap counts: Ken Crawley one of four defenders to take all snaps against Dolphins

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Week 4 snap count leaders for the black and gold, who improved to 2-2 after shutting out the Dolphins.

New Orleans Saints v Miami Dolphins Photo by Henry Browne/Getty Images

After losing their first two games of the season, the New Orleans Saints are essentially starting fresh on 2017 after shutting out the Miami Dolphins in Week 4. The team now has a bye week, with a home date against the Detroit Lions awaiting them in Week 6. Here’s a look at the snap count leaders and playing time percentages for the black and gold. (Note: All data is provided by the NFL)

Offense

  • Ryan Ramczyk, Larry Warford, Andrus Peat, Max Unger, Drew Brees, 74 (100%)
  • Michael Thomas, 69 (93%)
  • Zach Strief, 55 (74%)
  • Brandon Coleman, 54 (73%)
  • Mark Ingram, 46 (62%)
  • Ted Ginn Jr., 45 (61%)
  • Coby Fleener, 44 (59%)
  • Michael Hoomanawanui, 43 (58%)
  • Alvin Kamara, 26 (35%)
  • Senio Kelemete, 19 (26%)
  • Tommylee Lewis, 15 (20%)
  • Josh LeRibeus, 10 (14%)
  • Josh Hill, 9 (12%)
  • Adrian Peterson, 6 (8%)
  • Austin Carr, 3 (4%)

Defense

  • Marcus Williams, Kenny Vaccaro, A.J. Klein, Ken Crawley, 52 (100%)
  • Marshon Lattimore, 51 (98%)
  • Craig Robertson, 49 (94%)
  • Cameron Jordan, 47 (90%)
  • Vonn Bell, 45 (87%)
  • Alex Okafor, 42 (81%)
  • Sheldon Rankins, 38 (73%)
  • Tyeler Davison, 26 (50%)
  • David Onyemata, 23 (44%)
  • Hau’oli Kikaha, 14 (27%)
  • Trey Hendrickson, 13 (25%)
  • Manti Te’o, 7 (13%)
  • Rafael Bush, 5 (10%)
  • Alex Anzalone, 3 (6%)
  • P.J. Williams, 1 (2%)

Special Teams (Top Reps)

  • Nate Stupar, Chris Banjo, 14
  • Justin Hardee, 13
  • Trey Edmunds, 11
  • Trey Hendrickson, De’Vante Harris, 10

For any interested, ex-Saints linebacker Stephone Anthony only saw one lone snap against his former squad, and it was on special teams.