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 Post subject: Snap Counts Week 6
PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:30 am 
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PLAYER POS OFFENSIVE SNAPS; DEFENSIVE SNAPS SPECIAL TEAM SNAPS
R.Foster G 73 100% 0 0% 4 15%
A.Villanueva T 73 100% 0 0% 4 15%
M.Gilbert T 73 100% 0 0% 4 15%
D.DeCastro G 73 100% 0 0% 4 15%
M.Pouncey C 73 100% 0 0% 0 0%
B.Roethlisberger QB 73 100% 0 0% 0 0%
J.Conner RB 66 90% 0 0% 0 0%
A.Brown WR 63 86% 0 0% 0 0%
V.McDonald TE 51 70% 0 0% 8 30%
J.James TE 51 70% 0 0% 4 15%
J.Smith-Schuster WR 50 68% 0 0% 0 0%
X.Grimble TE 21 29% 0 0% 6 22%
R.Nix FB 17 23% 0 0% 20 74%
J.Washington WR 16 22% 0 0% 0 0%
J.Hunter WR 14 19% 0 0% 0 0%
C.Okorafor T 8 11% 0 0% 0 0%
S.Ridley RB 6 8% 0 0% 0 0%
R.Switzer WR 2 3% 0 0% 10 37%
T.Edmunds S 0 0% 60 98% 13 48%
V.Williams ILB 0 0% 59 97% 3 11%
J.Haden CB 0 0% 58 95% 9 33%
S.Davis S 0 0% 57 93% 7 26%
B.Dupree OLB 0 0% 56 92% 3 11%
T.Watt OLB 0 0% 51 84% 2 7%
C.Heyward DT 0 0% 49 80% 7 26%
S.Tuitt DE 0 0% 48 79% 6 22%
M.Hilton CB 0 0% 46 75% 0 0%
C.Sensabaugh CB 0 0% 36 59% 13 48%
J.Bostic ILB 0 0% 33 54% 6 22%
A.Burns CB 0 0% 29 48% 14 52%
C.Sutton CB 0 0% 28 46% 16 59%
J.Hargrave DT 0 0% 21 34% 0 0%
A.Chickillo OLB 0 0% 15 25% 19 70%
T.Alualu DE 0 0% 13 21% 1 4%
D.McCullers DT 0 0% 5 8% 3 11%
J.Dangerfield S 0 0% 4 7% 20 74%
T.Matakevich ILB 0 0% 2 3% 20 74%
B.Allen CB 0 0% 0 0% 20 74%
J.Samuels RB 0 0% 0 0% 10 37%
M.Thomas ILB 0 0% 0 0% 10 37%
C.Boswell K 0 0% 0 0% 10 37%
J.Berry P 0 0% 0 0% 8 30%
K.Canaday LS 0 0% 0 0% 8 30%
B.Finney C/G 0 0% 0 0% 4 15%

https://steelersdepot.com/2018/10/steelers-vs-bengals-player-snap-counts-and-analysis-week-6/

A few notes...

Conner at 90%. 6 snaps for Ridley. Zero on offense for Samuels. 2 for Switz at wr.

Williams at 97% on defense. Bostic 54%
No defensive snaps for Thomas. 2 for Matakevich. Fort was inactive (injured).

16 snaps on offense for Washington. 14 for Hunter. 21 for Grimble.


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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:41 am 
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I like how fitchner worked in grimble. Talk about your hidden weapon. That’s exactly how to use grimble.


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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 1:07 pm 
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Nice to see V. Williams covering AJ Green for a couple of plays

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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
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Kanaday played 8 snaps and committed two penalties.

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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
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jebrick wrote:
Nice to see V. Williams covering AJ Green for a couple of plays

They should try a defense where certain players cover an area instead of a man.

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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
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bradshaw2ben wrote:
jebrick wrote:
Nice to see V. Williams covering AJ Green for a couple of plays

They should try a defense where certain players cover an area instead of a man.


Or they should give the damn green dot to Jon Bostic and have him play 97% of the snaps and have Williams play 54%.

Who has the speed and quickness to be better in pass coverage?

Player 1, ran a 4.61 40, had a 6.99 3 cone and short shuttle of 4.24

Player 2, ran a 4.76 40 and had a 7.53 3 cone and a short shuttle of 4.67

One player is more fluid, quicker, faster, a quality athlete in space, the other is just plain awful.

Why are the Steelers lining up Vince Williams (Player 2) against RBs and WRs when he is so woefully outmatched? Because they gave him that contract??

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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
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Speaking of snap counts where is Swiss?


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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:34 am 
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How many times have we seen our starting 5 up front play every snap this season?

Nice to see that.


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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:42 am 
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Switzer had 2 snaps.

I feel like we can't really complain too much about the snaps counts and distribution on offense. They had a 300 yard passer, two WRs over 100 yards, a RB rush for 100 yards and then the TEs combined for 129 yards. That is damn near perfect distribution of the football and it is making it hard to get the ball to Washington, that 3rd WR.

You look at the snaps to JuJu and Brown, then all of the 2 TE sets with our 4TEs. I say 4 TEs because they are still bringing in Chuks and lining him up as that tackle eligible on some plays, that massive run blocker, that extra TE, he had 8 snaps.

You look at the collective snaps of the TEs/FB they combined for almost 150 snaps.

The rest of the WRs combined for 32 snaps. Hard to get going when you are on the field so little.

I do think it has to change, that Washington has to become productive for this offense to really take off. All of that production against Cincy and we still only scored 28 points? With all of that we should have had 40 points.

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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
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It generally takes a rookie WR about 1/2 season to learn the routes and the route trees. If they are good route runners it is faster. If they are not smart it takes longer. JuJu is an outlier.

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 Post subject: Re: Snap Counts Week 6
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:27 am 
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Scunge wrote:
bradshaw2ben wrote:
jebrick wrote:
Nice to see V. Williams covering AJ Green for a couple of plays

They should try a defense where certain players cover an area instead of a man.


Or they should give the damn green dot to Jon Bostic and have him play 97% of the snaps and have Williams play 54%.

Who has the speed and quickness to be better in pass coverage?

Player 1, ran a 4.61 40, had a 6.99 3 cone and short shuttle of 4.24

Player 2, ran a 4.76 40 and had a 7.53 3 cone and a short shuttle of 4.67

One player is more fluid, quicker, faster, a quality athlete in space, the other is just plain awful.

Why are the Steelers lining up Vince Williams (Player 2) against RBs and WRs when he is so woefully outmatched? Because they gave him that contract??

Vince Williams = Tomlin guy...nothing more to it than that.

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