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Colts vs Ravens: Preseason week one snap counts

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We’re two games in and it is again time to take a look at the snap counts to see what we might be able to learn. The Colts are really trying to figure out their final depth chart as the preseason hits the midpoint, and there are a few interesting things of note in the details here. Let’s jump in:

Offense

# Player Position Offensive Snaps Percent Defensive Snaps Percent Special Teams Snaps Percent
# Player Position Offensive Snaps Percent Defensive Snaps Percent Special Teams Snaps Percent
7 Jacoby Brissett QB 44 59
73 Joe Haeg T/G 38 51 3 9
64 Mark Glowinski G 38 51 1 3
67 Jeremy Vujnovich G 38 51 1 3
72 Braden Smith G/T 37 50 1 3
62 Le'Raven Clark G/T 36 49 1 3
56 Quenton Nelson G/C 36 49 2 6
68 Matt Slauson C/G 36 49 3 9
78 Ryan Kelly C 36 49
11 Ryan Grant WR 34 46
80 Chester Rogers WR 33 45
61 J'Marcus Webb T 33 45
6 Kasen Williams WR 32 43 5 16
14 Zach Pascal WR 32 43 3 9
79 Austin Howard T 29 39 1 3
16 Seantavius Jones WR 28 38 10 31
43 Ross Travis TE 26 35 7 22
38 Christine Michael RB 24 32
42 Nyheim Hines RB 23 31 13 41
12 Andrew Luck QB 23 31
10 Reece Fountain WR 22 30 6 19
30 Jordan Wilkins RB 22 30 7 22
84 Jack Doyle TE 21 28 4 12
86 Erik Swoope TE 21 28 2 6
85 Eric Ebron TE 18 24
3 Steve Ishmael WR 15 20 2 6
65 Tyreek Burwell T 14 19 1 3
47 Darrell Daniels TE 13 18 13 41
5 Phillip Walker QB 7 9
39 Josh Ferguson RB 5 7
13 T.Y. Hilton WR
15 K.J. Brent WR
17 James Wright WR
81 Krishawn Hogan WR
83 Dres Anderson WR
48 Mo Alie-Cox TE
71 Denzelle Good T/G
63 Nick Callender T
74 Anthony Castonzo T
25 Marlon Mack RB
33 Robert Turbin RB
40 Branden Oliver RB
9 Brad Kaaya QB
69 Deyshawn Bond C

Notes

  • Jacoby Brissett saw a lot more time this week than last, going from 16 snaps in week one to 44. That’s a lot of film out there for any teams who might be interested in making a trade. Not sure the Colts are selling, but if they want to drive up the price, giving Brissett more time on the field makes sense.
  • The competition at wide receiver is still raging. The absence of several guys with injury meant more snaps for some of the depth players. Notably, Reece Fountain and Steve Ishmael had fewer snaps than the rest of the group.
  • Injuries have kept the offensive line playing a heavy number of snaps. They need the work to build some cohesion, but can’t risk any of these guys getting hurt.
  • Playing just 5 snaps, it is tough to imagine running back Josh Ferguson making this roster.

Defense

# Player Position Offensive Snaps Percent Defensive Snaps Percent Special Teams Snaps Percent
# Player Position Offensive Snaps Percent Defensive Snaps Percent Special Teams Snaps Percent
90 Grover Stewart DT 40 57 5 16
91 Hassan Ridgeway DT 36 51 3 9
30 George Odum S 31 44 15 47
49 Matthew Adams LB 31 44 10 31
97 Zaire Franklin LB 31 44 12 38
32 T.J. Green S 29 41 11 34
51 John Simon DE 29 41 6 19
41 Matthias Farley S 28 40 12 38
48 Skai Moore LB 28 40 4 12
53 Darius Leonard LB 28 40
58 Tarell Basham DE 27 39 4 12
75 Ryan Delaire DE 27 39
31 Quincy Wilson CB 26 37 3 9
92 Margus Hunt DT 25 36 6 19
35 Pierre Desir CB 24 34 5 16
27 Nate Hairston CB 22 31 12 38
20 Ronald Martin S 21 30 11 34
21 D.J. White CB 21 30 6 19
34 Robert Jackson CB 21 30 5 16
93 Jabaal Sheard DE 21 30 3 9
26 Clayton Geathers S 20 29 2 6
36 Lashard Durr CB 20 29 4 12
95 Denico Autry DT/DE 20 29 2 6
23 Kenny Moore II CB 19 27 11 34
76 Chris McCain DE 19 27 2 6
28 Chris Milton CB 18 26 4 12
66 Tomasi Laulile DT 18 26
99 Al Woods DT 18 26 6 19
52 Najee Goode LB 17 24 15 47
42 Henre' Toliver CB 14 20 4 12
45 Tyrell Adams LB 13 19 14 44
40 Robenson Therezie S 11 16
44 Antonio Morrison LB 11 16 16 50
59 Jeremiah George LB 6 9 23 72
29 Malik Hooker S
37 Chris Cooper S
50 Anthony Walker LB
55 Rakeem Nunez-Roches DT
57 Kemoko Turay DE
94 Tyquan Lewis DT/DE
96 Anthony Johnson DE

Notes

  • Hassan Ridgeway saw an increase in snaps this week, perhaps to see if he could offer an encore performance of his week one effort. He rose to the occasion nicely and could see his role increase if he keeps it up.
  • John Simon saw just 9 snaps last week and 29 this week. They had him on the field late in the game, which was somewhat perplexing. He has been a playmaker so far this offseason, but they are clearly trying to figure out how best to use him.
  • Antonio Morrison had just 11 snaps in this game. Whatever Chris Ballard says about him, he is looking less and less like a guy who can make this team.
  • Signed just two days prior, S Robenson Therezie was still given a chance to play and was in on 11 snaps.
  • Clayton Geathers was given 20 snaps, offering solid contribution. He came out midway through a drive, which indicates the team had him on a pitch count as he comes back from his minor offseason knee surgery.

Special Teams

# First Name Last Name Position
# First Name Last Name Position
1 Mike Badgley K
2 Rigoberto Sanchez P
4 Adam Vinatieri K
46 Luke Rhodes LS