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Playing Time Totals vs. the Texans

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Didn't see the automatic feed pick this article up, and its great stuff. I put it in the other thread, but thought it deserved its own. O'Halloran does one of these after every game. Some of the most notable observations -

-Devin Thomas didn’t see the field on offense for the second straight week

-The chief culprit for the lack of running game production is unblocked players making the tackle. On a first-and-10 play, T. Williams and Dockery headed up field and nobody blocked Jesse Nading, who made the play

-Cooley is the only non-quarterback/lineman to play every snap so far this year.

-Vonnie Holliday took the most snaps on the DL.

-Two odd sights – nose tackles Ma’ake Kemoeatu (350 pounds) and Anthony Bryant (360 pounds) dropping back into coverage on separate snaps

-Carriker was solid in the run game, shedding blockers to make several stops. His sack came when he was unblocked. Also, he played a few snaps at nose tackle

-Landry was all over the field again – he blitzed 15 times and was credited with 11 tackles


Click link for the rest of the article and all player snap totals.
 

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