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October 8, 2013 at 2:05 PM

Snap counts for the Indianapolis game

Here are the full offensive and defensive snap counts for the Seahawks-Indianapolis game.

One thing that stands out is how often Seattle was in 3- or 4-WR sets.

As you can see, Golden Tate played in 65 of 69 offensive snaps, Doug Baldwin 60, Sidney Rice 58 and Jermaine Kearse 25. Fullback Derrick Coleman, meanwhile, was out there for only eight.

Defensively, Bruce Irvin was out there for 37 snaps in his first game of the season, which limited Malcolm Smith to six and O’Brien Schofield to one.

And Kam Chancellor and J.R. Sweezy again played every snap, and remain the two who have played every snap of the season. There were 69 offensive snaps and 65 defensive.

OFFENSE

J Sweezy 69

P McQuistan 69

L Jeanpierre C 69

J Carpenter G 69

M Bowie T 69

R Wilson QB 69

G Tate WR 65

D Baldwin WR 60

S Rice WR 58

M Lynch RB 51

L Willson TE 48

J Kearse WR 25

K Davis TE 16

R Turbin RB 14

D Coleman FB 8

DEFENSE

K Chancellor SS

E Thomas FS 65

B Browner CB 65

R Sherman CB 64

K Wright LB 62

B Wagner LB 62

C Clemons DE 44

W Thurmond CB 40

M Bennett DE 39

C Avril DE 38

B Irvin DE 37

R Bryant DE 30

B Mebane DT 30

C McDonald DT 28

T McDaniel DT 20

J Hill DT 15

M Smith LB 6

H Farwell LB 3

O Schofield DE 1

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