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November 10, 2014 at 7:26 AM

Seattle Seahawks snap counts vs. Giants

Here are the snap counts for the Seahawks for Sunday’s 38-17 win over the Giants.
A few quick thoughts:
— Some interesting numbers on defense, where you can see how much they were in nickel, with Kevin Pierre-Louis out there for 41 snaps and Brock Coyle — playing middle linebacker largely in running downs — 18.
—  In fact, nickelbacks Jeremy Lane (37) and Marcus Burley (13) played 50 of the 68 defensive snaps (which dovetails to Coyle playing 18 of 68).
Tharold Simon played 41 snaps and Byron Maxwell 27 (also adding to the 68 total for the defense).
Michael Bennett again had a heavy playtime percentage of 85 percent, playing 58 of 68 snaps, which likely won’t decrease all that much as long as Brandon Mebane remains out (which appeared to force Bennett to play a little inside on Sunday).
— The five starting offensive linemen all played each of the 64 offensive snaps, a rare stability for the line this season.
Garry Gilliam got 21 snaps as an eligible tackle/tight end.
Here are the numbers — 64 snaps for the offense and 68 for the defense:
OFFENSE
J Sweezy, 64
R Okung, 64
A Bailey, 64
J Britt, 64
M Unger, 64
R Wilson, 64
J Kearse, 52
D Baldwin, 49
M Lynch, 43
P Richardson, 41
C Helfet, 31
G Gilliam, 21
W Tukuafu, 17
R Lockette, 16
L Willson, 15
R Turbin, 14
K Norwood, 10
C Michael, 8
B Walters, 3
DEFENSE
J Johnson, 68
K Wright, 68
E Thomas, 68
R Sherman, 68
M Bennett, 58
C Avril, 53
B Irvin, 50
K Pierre-Louis, 41
T Simon, 41
J Hill, 39
J Lane, 37
O Schofield, 31
B Maxwell, 27
B Coyle, 18
K Williams, 16
D Dobbs, 15
B Mebane, 15
T McDaniel, 14
M Burley, 13
M Morgan, 8
Special teams only — D Shead, S Hauschka, J Ryan, C Gresham, A McDonald

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