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Colts Week Seventeen Snap Counts vs. Titans

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Taking a look at the snap counts for the Colts offense, defense, and special teams from week seventeen against the Titans.

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The Indianapolis Colts ended the 2014 regular season with a win, defeating the Tennessee Titans on the road 27-10.  The Colts played Andrew Luck for only one half and that was the basic feel for the game, as the Colts took it easy with several players.  They're heading into a Wild Card playoff game next Sunday against the Bengals, but they ended the regular season with a victory.  Let's take a look at the snap counts from the game yesterday:

Offense:

Player Pos. Snaps Percent
Lance Louis G 66 100%
Jack Mewhort G 66 100%
Anthony Castonzo T 66 100%
Khaled Holmes C 66 100%
Coby Fleener TE 61 92%
Jack Doyle TE 52 79%
Donte Moncrief WR 48 73%
Matt Hasselbeck QB 35 53%
Jonotthan Harrison C 30 45%
Andrew Luck QB 30 45%
A.Q. Shipley C 29 44%
Zurlon Tipton RB 28 42%
Hakeem Nicks WR 28 42%
Dan Herron RB 27 41%
T.Y. Hilton WR 23 35%
Reggie Wayne WR 19 29%
Hugh Thornton G 18 27%
Xavier Nixon T 18 27%
Trent Richardson RB 15 23%
Andrew Jackson LB 1 2%

Coby Fleener and Jack Doyle both saw quite a few snaps with Dwayne Allen out, as they were the two snap count leaders of non-linemen for the Colts' offense.

Matt Hasselbeck saw more snaps than Andrew Luck - but only because Luck sat the entire second half.

The Colts also took it easy with injured wide receivers T.Y. Hilton and Reggie Wayne, as neither played a lot.  Donte Moncrief saw the most snaps of any receiver.

Zurlon Tipton saw the most snaps of any running back for Indy.  Trent Richardson played just 15 snaps.

Defense:

Player Pos. Snaps Percent
Jonathan Newsome LB 59 98%
Josh McNary LB 57 95%
Greg Toler CB 55 92%
Mike Adams SS 55 92%
Vontae Davis CB 52 87%
Arthur Jones DT 50 83%
Shaun Phillips LB 41 68%
LaRon Landry FS 41 68%
Ricky Jean Francois DE 37 62%
D'Qwell Jackson LB 36 60%
Darius Butler CB 35 58%
Cory Redding DE 27 45%
Andrew Jackson LB 24 40%
Josh Chapman NT 19 32%
Montori Hughes NT 16 27%
Erik Walden LB 13 22%
Sergio Brown FS 10 17%
Andy Studebaker LB 8 13%
Josh Gordy CB 8 13%
Colt Anderson SS 5 8%
Dewey McDonald DB 5 8%
Jalil Brown CB 5 8%

Jonathan Newsome played the most snaps of any Colt defender, and he was the biggest contributor as well.  He had a great game on Sunday.

Strangely, Andy Studebaker played just eight snaps (13%) despite the Colts being without a starting outside linebacker and a starting inside linebacker.

Josh McNary, starting for the injured Jerrell Freeman, played 95% of the snaps.

Special Teams:

Player Pos. Snaps Percent
Andy Studebaker LB 24 83%
Andrew Jackson LB 23 79%
Colt Anderson SS 23 79%
Dewey McDonald DB 22 76%
Henoc Muamba LB 21 72%
Jack Doyle TE 21 72%
Zurlon Tipton RB 20 69%
Josh Gordy CB 18 62%
Josh Cribbs WR 16 55%
Pat McAfee P 16 55%
Donte Moncrief WR 13 45%
Jalil Brown CB 13 45%
Matt Overton LS 11 38%
Josh McNary LB 8 28%
Montori Hughes NT 8 28%
Lance Louis G 6 21%
Jack Mewhort G 6 21%
Jonotthan Harrison C 6 21%
Josh Chapman NT 6 21%
Adam Vinatieri K 6 21%
Jonathan Newsome LB 5 17%
Sergio Brown FS 5 17%
A.Q. Shipley C 3 10%
Hugh Thornton G 3 10%
Xavier Nixon T 3 10%
Ricky Jean Francois DE 3 10%
Greg Toler CB 2 7%
Arthur Jones DT 2 7%
Anthony Castonzo T 1 3%
Mike Adams SS 1 3%
Shaun Phillips LB 1 3%
D'Qwell Jackson LB 1 3%
Cory Redding DE 1 3%

Andy Studebaker did, however, lead all Colts in special teams snaps, with Andrew Jackson and Colt Anderson following close behind.

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