Offensive snaps: Moeaki stays on bench

December, 23, 2013
A look at snaps played by Buffalo Bills' skill-position players in Sunday's 19-0 win against the Miami Dolphins, while analyzing how the totals reflect the way players were used (totals provided by the NFL):

QB Thad Lewis -- 79 of 79
WR T.J. Graham -- 75 of 79
TE Scott Chandler -- 59 of 79
WR Robert Woods -- 45 of 79
WR Chris Hogan -- 43 of 79
RB Fred Jackson -- 42 of 79
TE Lee Smith -- 40 of 79
RB C.J. Spiller -- 37 of 79
WR Marcus Easley -- 25 of 79
FB Frank Summers -- 24 of 79
FB Evan Rodriguez -- 3 of 79
WR Marquise Goodwin -- 2 of 79
TE Chris Gragg -- 0 of 79
TE Tony Moeaki -- 0 of 79

ANALYSIS: Despite being active for the first time since being signed on Dec. 4, Moeaki did not play an offensive snap Sunday. He played one snap on special teams. At tight end, however, Moeaki wasn't alone. Rookie Chris Gragg also did not appear on offense. ... After seeing his second-lowest snap count of the season against Jacksonville, Graham played 95 percent of snaps Sunday. That could mostly be due to Stevie Johnson's absence, as well as Goodwin's injury that limited him to two snaps. Chris Hogan, who did not play on offense against the Jaguars, played 54 percent of snaps Sunday. ... Guard J.J. Unga replaced right guard Kraig Urbik for three plays in the first half.

Mike Rodak

ESPN Buffalo Bills reporter



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