Offensive snaps: Phillip Tanner played more than Felix Jones

October, 23, 2012
10/23/12
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A look at the snaps played by Cowboys’ offense in the team’s 19-14 win over the Carolina Panthers, while analyzing what it means:

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RG Mackenzy Bernadeau: 68 of 68
LT Tyron Smith: 68 of 68
LG Nate Livings: 68 of 68
QB Tony Romo: 68 of 68
RT Doug Free: 67 of 68
TE Jason Witten: 67 of 68
WR Miles Austin: 62 of 68
WR Dez Bryant: 49 of 68
RB Phillip Tanner: 35 of 68
TE John Phillips: 33 of 68
RB Felix Jones: 33 of 68
C Phil Costa: 28 of 68
WR Kevin Ogletree: 26 of 68
FB Lawrence Vickers: 19 of 68
WR Dwayne Harris: 7 of 68
TE James Hanna: 6 of 68
OL Jermey Parnell: 4 of 68


Raise your hand if you thought Phillip Tanner was going to have more playing time than Felix Jones. That’s what happened. Jones was banged up a couple of times during the game, and Jason Garrett had no problem leaning on Tanner to close out the game. He had six of the game’s last eight carries. ... John Phillips played quite a bit as the Cowboys used their two-tight end offense to bang away with the running game. ... Interestingly, Dwayne Harris took over for struggling Kevin Ogletree for a little while during the third quarter. Garrett said Ogletree had a slight finger injury.
Jean-Jacques Taylor joined ESPNDallas.com in August 2011. A native of Dallas, Taylor spent the past 20 years writing for The Dallas Morning News, where he covered high schools sports, the Texas Rangers and spent 11 seasons covering the Dallas Cowboys before becoming a general columnist in 2006.

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