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October 7, 2014 at 6:04 AM

Seahawks snap counts vs. Washington

Here are the snap counts for Seattle’s 27-17 win over Washington Monday night.

First, a few observations.

Luke Willson indeed got a lot of work, 63 of 67 snaps, in place of the injured Zach Miller. Cooper Helfet got 17 and Garry Gilliam one.

Max Unger ended up missing just three snaps with a foot injury, returning after he initially left, with the announcement that he would not be able to return.

Michael Bennett continues to play a much-higher percentage than the 57 of last season. He had 48 snaps Monday night, 87 percent. Cliff Avril also continues to see a lot of work up front, getting 41 snaps, 75 percent. No one on the line last year played more than Bennett’s 57 percent.

Bruce Irvin returned and played 35 snaps, almost all at strongside linebacker. And that had Malcolm Smith watching as Smith did not play a defensive snap, though he did tie for the team-high in special teams plays with 27.

Marcus Burley played 37 of 55 snaps, meaning Seattle had three cornerbacks on the field for 37 of 55 snaps, with Byron Maxwell and Richard Sherman each playing all 55 snaps, with the Seahawks again using the nickel defense predominantly.

Marshawn Lynch didn’t enter until the eighth snap of the game. But he played 44 of the 59 from that point on.

— There were 67 official snaps for the offense and 55 for the defense.

OFFENSE

J Sweezy, 67

R Okung, 67

J Carpenter, 67

J Britt, 67

R Wilson, 67

M Unger, 64

L Willson, 63

D Baldwin, 61

J Kearse, 60

M Lynch, 44

P Harvin, 39

C Helfet, 17

D Coleman, 14

R Turbin, 14

R Lockette, 11

P Richardson, 10

S Schilling, 3

B Walters, 1

G Gilliam, 1

DEFENSE

K Chancellor, 55

K Wright, 55

R Sherman, 55

B Maxwell, 55

E Thomas, 55

B Wagner, 55

M Bennett, 48

C Avril, 41

M Burley, 37

B Irvin, 35

J Hill, 25

K Williams, 20

B Mebane, 20

O Schofield, 20

T McDaniel, 18

C Marsh, 11

 

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