Defensive Snaps: Charlie Peprah gets extensive PT

November, 13, 2012
11/13/12
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A look at the snaps played by Cowboys’ defenders in the team’s 38-23 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, while analyzing what it means:

S Gerald Sensabaugh: 78 of 78
ILB Bruce Carter: 78 of 78
CB Brandon Carr: 78 of 78
CB Morris Claiborne: 77 of 78
OLB DeMarcus Ware: 65 of 78
OLB Anthony Spencer: 64 of 78
DE Jason Hatcher: 61 of 78
CB Orlando Scandrick: 56 of 78
S Charlie Peprah: 55 of 78
NT Jay Ratliff: 52 of 78
ILB Ernie Sims: 50 of 78
S Danny McCray: 47 of 78
OLB Victor Butler: 21 of 78
NT Josh Brent-Price: 20 of 78
DE Tyrone Crawford: 17 of 78
DE Kenyon Coleman: 15 of 78
DE Marcus Spears: 8 of 78
ILB Alex Albright: 7 of 78
OLB Kyle Wilber: 4 of 78
CB Vince Agnew: 5 of 78

Taylor's Takes: Safety Charlie Peprah started at safety and received extensive playing time, enabling the Cowboys to cut back on Danny McCray's load in hopes of making him an even bigger difference-maker on special teams. ... Kenyon Coleman tore a triceps muscle in the second quarter, which mean Jason Hatcher played more than he has all season with Marcus Spears and Tyrone Crawford getting time at defensive end too. ... With the Eagles in so many formations with three receivers, Orlando Scandrick surpassed the 50-play mark for the first time this season. ... Victor Butler, relegated to the bench after struggling, while Anthony Spencer was out, played his best game of the season and was rewarded with additional playing time.
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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