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November 11, 2013 at 12:06 PM

Snap counts: Seattle-Atlanta

Here are the official snap counts for Sunday’s game at Atlanta — 69 total plays for the offense and 58 for the defense.
First, a few thoughts:
— The OL had a regular rotation for the first time all season with Alvin Bailey sliding in at left tackle in obvious passing situations, and getting 35 snaps overall, also playing some when J.R. Sweezy went out briefly with an injury. That snapped Sweezy’s streak of having played every snap this season.
— Also seeing his streak of playing every snap this year snapped was safety Kam Chancellor, on the field for 50 of a possible 58, getting a breakĀ  late with Chris Maragos coming in at strong safety.
Marshawn Lynch played less than half the snaps — 34 of a possible 69 — but it’s hard to imagine being more productive as he had a season-high 145 yards rushing and also participated in the trick play TD pass.
Michael Bennett ended up being the one to really see his workload increase with the injury issues on the DL, playing 44 snaps. Rookie Michael Brooks played 15 in his first game.
L Jeanpierre, 69

M Bowie, 69

R Wilson, 69

J Sweezy, 62

P McQuistan, 59

Z Miller, 56

D Baldwin, 56

J Carpenter, 51

G Tate, 49

J Kearse, 47

A Bailey, 35

M Lynch. 34

L Willson, 25

R Turbin, 23

M Robinson, 21

R Lockette, 19

C Michael, 9

K Davis, 5


E Thomas, 58

R Sherman, 51

K Chancellor, 50

K Wright, 50

B Wagner, 50

W Thurmond, 50

M Bennett, 44

C Clemons, 42

C McDonald, 40

B Maxwell, 34

B Irvin, 34

C Avril, 33

B Mebane, 24

M Brooks, 15

B Browner, 13

T McDaniel, 11

C Maragos, 10

M Morgan, 9

O Schofield, 9

J Lane, 8

M Smith, 3



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