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October 27, 2014 at 6:47 AM

Seahawks snap counts vs. Carolina

Here are the snap counts for Seattle’s 13-9 win at Carolina Sunday.
First, a couple thoughts:
J.R. Sweezy missed one play while James Carpenter missed 19, with Alvin Bailey and Garry Gilliam filling in, Bailey getting some of the most significant action of his career with 21 snaps.
— The receiving rotation was really similar to last week with Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse each out there for at least 92 percent of the snaps, and Paul Richardson getting 69 percent and the rest a handful. That included Phil Bates getting the first three snaps of his career.
— There was lots of talk last week about the defensive line and what the Seahawks might do to get more pressure. Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril, though, again played a significant portion of the game — Bennett at 82 percent of the snaps and Avril at 72 percent, comparable to their season percentages entering the game (Bennett 82 percent and Avril 66 percent). Bruce Irvin played 50 snaps at both linebacker and rush end. And two whose snaps increased were Greg Scruggs (29 snaps) and O’Brien Schofield (24 snaps). For Scruggs, it felt like his best game of the season.
— There were 61 snaps for the offense and 60 for the defense.
OFFENSE
J Britt, 61

S Schilling, 61

R Okung, 61
R Wilson, 61
J Sweezy, 60
D Baldwin, 58
J Kearse, 56
L Willson, 44
P Richardson, 42
J Carpenter, 42
M Lynch, 40
A Bailey, 21
C Helfet, 14
R Turbin, 14
K Norwood, 11
R Lockette, 10
C Michael, 9
P Bates, 3
G Gilliam, 2
B Brackett, 1
DEFENSE
E Thomas, 60
K Chancellor, 60
K Wright, 60
R Sherman, 59
T Simon, 58
B Irvin, 50
M Bennett, 49
C Avril, 43
M Smith, 38
B Mebane, 38
G Scruggs, 29
O Schofield, 24
K Williams, 24
T McDaniel, 23
M Burley, 21
K Pierre-Louis, 20
B Coyle, 3

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