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Sterling Moore and Al-Quadin Muhammad didn’t see a single snap for the Saints defense, while Adrian Peterson appeared in just nine snaps.

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Monday night’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings wasn’t the type of game many New Orleans Saints fans were expecting. Sam Bradford was nearly perfect on the night, and Sean Payton’s squad couldn’t turn in touchdowns in four red zone attempts. Needless to say, the Saints started their 2017 campaign with a customary and familiar loss. Here’s a look at the team’s snap counts from the season opener. (Note: All data is provided by the NFL)

Offense

  • Max Unger, Ryan Ramczyk, Andrus Peat, Larry Warford, Drew Brees, 62 (100%)
  • Michael Thomas, 58 (94%)
  • Brandon Coleman, 48 (77%)
  • Ted Ginn Jr., 42 (68%)
  • Senio Kelemete, 34 (55%)
  • Coby Fleener, 32 (52%)
  • Alvin Kamara, 31 (50%)
  • Zach strief, 28 (45%)
  • Mark Ingram, 26 (42%)
  • Josh Hill, 25 (40%)
  • Michael Hoomanawanui, 18 (29%)
  • Tommylee Lewis, 11 (18%)
  • Adrian Peterson, 9 (15%)
  • John Kuhn, 8 (13%)
  • Josh LeRibeus, 2 (3%)

Defense

  • A.J. Klein, P.J. Williams, Kenny Vaccaro, Marcus Williams, 65 (100%)
  • Cameron Jordan, 64 (98%)
  • Marshon Lattimore, 61 (94%)
  • Sheldon Rankins, 58 (89%)
  • Alex Okafor, 54 (83%)
  • Alex Anzalone, 48 (74%)
  • De’Vante Harris, 44 (68%)
  • Tyeler Davison, 38 (58%)
  • David Onyemata, 31 (48%)
  • Craig Robertson, Manti Te’o, 17 (26%)
  • Hau’oli Kikaha, 16 (25%)
  • Vonn Bell, 6 (9%)
  • Mitchell Loewen, 1 (2%)

Sterling Moore and Al-Quadin Muhammad didn’t see any reps on defense last night, but did have a handful of special teams appearances.

Special Teams (Top Reps)

  • Chris Banjo, Craig Robertson, 24
  • De’Vante Harris, 23
  • Mitchell Loewen, 19
  • Trey Edmunds, 18