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Monday, December 16, 2013
Offensive snaps: Graham's time dips

By Mike Rodak

A look at snaps played by Buffalo Bills' skill-position players in Sunday's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, while analyzing how the totals reflect the way players were used (totals provided by the NFL):

QB EJ Manuel -- 76 of 76
WR Robert Woods -- 66 of 76
WR Steve Johnson -- 64 of 76
RB Fred Jackson -- 52 of 76
TE Scott Chandler -- 49 of 76
TE Lee Smith -- 45 of 76
FB Frank Summers -- 29 of 76
WR T.J. Graham -- 24 of 76
RB C.J. Spiller -- 22 of 76
WR Marquise Goodwin -- 15 of 76
FB Evan Rodriguez -- 8 of 76
TE Chris Gragg -- 5 of 76
WR Chris Hogan -- 0 of 76
WR Marcus Easley -- 0 of 76

ANALYSIS: This was a more diverse attack from the Bills. Only Woods and Johnson played more than 70 percent of snaps. ... Spiller played 29 percent of snaps, down from 39 percent a week ago, but his production spiked. He finished with 67 yards on 13 carries. You just don't know what to expect game-to-game, or even play-to-play, with Spiller. ... Graham's playing time dipped to 32 percent, his lowest total since Week 4 against the Ravens (26 percent). Graham hasn't had a catch in the past three games. ... Summers was a healthy scratch last week but came back strong Sunday, playing in 38 percent of snaps and catching the go-ahead touchdown pass.