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September 15, 2014 at 5:53 AM

Seahawks snap counts vs. San Diego Chargers

Here are the snap counts for Seattle’s loss at San Diego Sunday.
First, a few thoughts:
  • The official snap counts were 40 for Seattle’s offense and 82 for the defense.
  • The entire starting OL played all of the game for the second straight game.
  • Fullback Derrick Coleman got just one snap, with the Seahawks going almost totally with spread formations, and largely out of the no-huddle as the game progressed.
  • Marcus Burley ended up playing 45 snaps, meaning Seattle ended up in the nickel more often than not. Early, Seattle appeared to want to stay with its base as much as it could with Jeremy Lane out. But the Chargers’ success made Seattle have to go to nickel, and Burley got on the field a lot and responded well.
  • Newly signed Josh Thomas played one snap and got a pass defense on the play.
  • Marshawn Lynch had 24 snaps with Robert Turbin getting 12, largely in the no-huddle, a role he has often had the last year or so.
  • Percy Harvin had 25 snaps.
OFFENSE
J Sweezy, 40

J Carpenter, 40

R Okung, 40

J Britt, 40

M Unger, 40

R Wilson, 40

D Baldwin, 37

J Kearse, 35

Z Miller, 32

P Harvin, 25

M Lynch, 24

B Walters, 13

R Turbin, 12

L Willson, 8

P Richardson, 8

R Lockette, 4

D Coleman, 1

DEFENSE

R Sherman, 82

B Wagner, 82

E Thomas, 77

K Chancellor, 74

B Maxwell, 70

K Wright, 63

M Bennett, 60

C Avril, 52

M Smith, 51

M Burley, 45

J Hill, 39

B Mebane, 38

B Irvin, 36

T McDaniel, 30

O Schofield, 30

K Williams, 27

C Marsh, 16

J Johnson, 15

D Shead, 12

M Morgan, 1

J Thomas, 1

 

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