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September 5, 2014 at 10:09 AM

Seahawks snap counts versus Packers

Here are the snap counts for Seattle’s win over the Packers Thursday night.
But first, a few thoughts:
— The entire starting offensive line all played all 70 snaps, the kind of continuity and stability coach Tom Cable likes.
Percy Harvin played 39 snaps, 56 percent.
Jeremy Lane and Marcus Burley combined to play  57 of the 62 defensive snaps. So yep, Seattle was in nickel almost the entire game last night as Richard Sherman and Byron Maxwell played 61 of 62 snaps.
— And in the first test of Seattle’s new defensive line rotation, the snaps were indeed concentrated a little more at the top than usual last year, with Michael Bennett on the field for 49 plays (76 percent) and Cliff Avril 40 plays (65 percent). Last year, no Seahawk linemen played more than 57 percent of the snaps. That said, all eight active DLs last night played 26 percent or more. So Seattle showed confidence in its depth and obviously got what it needed out of it.
Here are the snap counts. Again 70 total for offense and 62 for defense:
OFFENSE
J Sweezy, 70

J Carpenter, 70

R Okung, 70

J Britt, 70

M Unger, 70

R Wilson, 70

D Baldwin, 57

J Kearse, 54

Z Miller, 54

M Lynch, 45

P Harvin, 39

L Willson, 26

R Turbin, 18

R Lockette, 17

D Coleman, 15

B Walters, 13

P Richardson, 10

G Gilliam, 2

DEFENSE

E Thomas, 62

K Chancellor, 62

B Wagner, 62

R Sherman, 61

B Maxwell, 61

K Wright, 56

M Bennett, 49

C Avril, 40

J Hill, 33

J Lane, 32

O Schofield, 30

M Burley, 25

K Williams, 24

B Mebane, 22

B Irvin, 19

T McDaniel, 16

C Marsh, 16

M Smith, 10

M Morgan, 1

B Coyle, 1

 

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