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Saints snap counts from their win over the Bucs

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Saints snap counts from their win over the Bucs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v New Orleans Saints Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images

Some quick notes leading into the snap counts: Granderson sees slight snap increase over last week, but not a significant amount. CGJ plays over 50% of defensive snaps as the New Orleans defense spend more time in Dime. Played base very little, and was in nickel a majority of the game.

New Orleans got 6 sacks while allowing Cam Jordan to take breather as he only played 78%. That’s a testament to the defensive line depth the Saints have this year. Offense had more snaps than the defense, and thats always a good sign

OFFENSE

  • 70 (100%) - Larry Warford, Terron Armstead, Andrus Peat, Ryan Ramczyk, Eric McCoy
  • 65 (93%) - Teddy Bridgewater
  • 64 (91%) - Michael Thomas
  • 52 (74%) - Josh Hill
  • 48 (69%) - Alvin Kamara
  • 45 (64%) - Ted Ginn, Jr.
  • 42 (60%) - Jared Cook
  • 23 (33%) - Latavius Murray
  • 19 (27%) - Zach Line, TreQuan Smith
  • 17 (24%) - Austin Carr
  • 15 (21%) - Taysom Hill
  • 10 (14%) - Will Clapp
  • 1 (1%) - Marcus Williams

DEFENSE

  • 59 (100%) - Marcus Williams, Vonn Bell, Marshon Lattimore, Eli Apple
  • 56 (95%) - Demario Davis
  • 53 (90%) - A.J. Klein
  • 50 (85%) - P.J. Williams
  • 46 (78%) - Cameron Jordan
  • 39 (66%) - Marcus Davenport
  • 30 (51%) - C Gardner-Johnson
  • 29 (49%) - Malcom Brown
  • 27 (46%) - David Onyemata
  • 26 (44%) - Sheldon Rankins
  • 23 (39%) - Mario Edwards
  • 12 (20%) - Shy Tuttle
  • 10 (17%) - Kiko Alonso
  • 9 (15%) - Carl Granderson
  • 3 (5%) - Patrick Robinson