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October 13, 2014 at 9:16 AM

Seahawks snap counts against Dallas

Here are the snap counts for Seattle’s 30-23 loss at Dallas Sunday.
To address one of the bigger questions from the game, Percy Harvin played 26 of a possible 49 offensive snaps, 53 percent. He was listed on the injury report this week with a thigh, which has led to some conjecture whether that was an issue and why he might not have played as much in some other games.
But the number of snaps he played is not far off from his overall percentage of the season. Harvin has played 155 of a possible 255 for the season, 60.8 percent, having consistently been used less than Jermaine Kearse and Doug Baldwin.
That was again the case Sunday as Kearse played 47 of 49 snaps and has now played 212 for the season, 83.1 percent. Baldwin played 46 snaps Sunday and for the season has played 223, 87.5 percent.
Marshawn Lynch played 34 snaps Sunday, 69 percent, consistent with his season numbers as he has played 170, 66.7 percent.
Some of the defensive numbers, meanwhile, reflect what happened after the injuries to Bobby Wagner and Byron Maxwell. Marcus Burley played 60 of 75 snaps after moving from nickel corner to outside corner to take the place of Maxwell, while Steven Terrell played 22 after sliding in for Burley at nickel.
OFFENSE
J Sweezy, 49

S Schilling, 49

R Okung, 49

J Carpenter, 49

J Britt, 49

R Wilson, 49

J Kearse, 47

D Baldwin, 47

L Willson, 44

M Lynch, 34

P Harvin, 26

C Helfet, 16

B Walters, 12

R Lockette, 11

D Coleman, 5

R Turbin, 3

DEFENSE

R Sherman, 75

E Thomas, 75

K Chancellor, 75

K Wright, 67

M Bennett, 65

M Burley, 60

B Irvin, 55

B Wagner, 54

B Mebane, 45

C Avril, 41

K Williams, 39

T McDaniel, 37

B Maxwell, 31

M Smith, 25

J Hill, 23

S Terrell, 22

O Schofield, 21

C Marsh, 9

B Coyle, 4

MikeĀ  Morgan, 3

K Pierre-Louis, 2

(DeShawn Shead, Jeron Johnson, Steven Hauschka, Jon Ryan, Clint Gresham, Garry Gilliam all played on special teams only. Tarvaris Jackson, Patrick Lewis and Alvin Bailey did not play).

 

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