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December 29, 2014 at 2:09 PM

Seahawks snap counts vs. Rams

Below are the snap counts for Seattle’s 20-6 win over the St. Louis Rams Sunday.
First, a few thoughts:
—- Paul Richardson got the most snaps as a receiver, if just by one, the first time he was the receiver on the field the most. Kevin Norwood got most of the snaps that were left available with Jermaine Kearse out with an injury.
— For the second straight week, Marshawn Lynch’s snaps were down a little bit — he finished the year at 66 percent and was at 55 percent Sunday with. He sat out all of one series early. Robert Turbin got most of the extra snaps, playing 40 percent.
— The most noteworthy thing that happened on defense was Malcolm Smith stepping in for an injured K.J. Wright and playing 16 snaps — his most significant action since the Kansas City game Nov. 16 (he was special teams only for the next four games before playing briefly last week). But if you were part of our chat with Wright today, you heard him say he expects to play in the playoffs despite a dislocated finger.
Michael Bennett again with a high snap count. He ended the season playing 771 of 917 snaps, 84.1 percent, to lead all of the defensive linemen. Last year, no DL played more than Bennett’s 57 percent.
OFFENSE
R Okung, 62
J Carpenter, 62
J Sweezy, 62
J Britt, 62
P Lewis, 62
R Wilson, 62
P Richardson, 48
D Baldwin, 47
L Willson, 46
K Norwood, 39
M Lynch, 34
R Turbin, 25
T Moeaki, 23
W Tukuafu, 16
R Lockette, 10
A Bailey, 7
C Matthews, 6
B Walters, 6
C Michael, 2
G Gilliam, 1
DEFENSE
K Chancellor, 62
R Sherman, 62
B Maxwell, 62
B Wagner, 62
E Thomas, 62
M Bennett, 57
B Irvin, 54
C Avril, 52
K Wright, 46
K Williams, 37
J Lane, 34
T McDaniel, 28
J Hill, 21
O Schofield, 18
M Smith, 16
D King, 6
Special teams only: D Shead, M Morgan, B Coyle, J Johnson, M Burley, S Hauschka, J Ryan, L Jeanpierre

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