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Saints snap counts: 11 players go the distance against the Bears

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Many Saints appeared in all snaps against the Bears, but Willie Snead’s return to action saw just four snaps and P.J. Williams continues to be an afterthought.

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In case you’ve been living under a rock, the New Orleans Saints have won five straight games after starting the season 0-2. Their 20-12 victory over the Chicago Bears in Week 8 is just the latest example of the defense playing well. 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, Andrus Peat, Senio Kelemete, Max Unger, Drew Brees, Terron Armstead, 61 (100%)
  • Brandon Coleman, 48 (79%)
  • Michael Thomas, 47 (77%)
  • Josh Hill, 40 (66%)
  • Ted Ginn Jr., 37 (61%)
  • Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram, 31 (51%)
  • Michael Hoomanawanui, 24 (39%)
  • Coby Fleener, 16 (26%)
  • Tommylee Lewis, 10 (16%)
  • Zach Line, 8 (13%)
  • Josh LeRibeus, 7 (11%)
  • Willie Snead, 4 (7%)
  • Kenny Vaccaro, 2 (3%)

Defense

  • Kenny Vaccaro, Marcus Williams, A.J. Klein, Ken Crawley, Marshon Lattimore, 67 (100%)
  • Cameron Jordan, 64 (96%)
  • Alex Okafor, 54 (81%)
  • Sheldon Rankins, 50 (75%)
  • Craig Robertson, 46 (69%)
  • Vonn Bell, 45 (67%)
  • Tyeler Davison, 37 (55%)
  • David Onyemata, 36 (54%)
  • Trey Hendrickson, 32 (48%)
  • Manti Te’o, 22 (33%)
  • John Hughes, 11 (16%)
  • Rafael Bush, 4 (6%)

Special Teams (Top Reps)

  • Michael Mauti, Chris Banjo, 19
  • Trey Edmunds, 16
  • Justin Hardee, De’Vante Harris, 15
  • Zach Line, Trey Hendrickson, 12

For any interested, P.J. Williams just saw two special teams snaps on the day.