Offensive snaps: Sanders more involved

December, 6, 2013
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Offensive snaps for Jacksonville Jaguars skill-position players in Thursday’s 27-20 victory against Houston, while analyzing what it means:

QB Chad Henne: 64 of 64

TE Marcedes Lewis: 58 of 64

WR Mike Brown: 58 of 64

WR Cecil Shorts: 57 of 64

RB Maurice Jones-Drew: 47 of 64

WR Ace Sanders: 34 of 64

FB Will Ta'ufo'ou: 21 of 64

TE Clay Harbor: 16 of 64

RB Jordan Todman: 11 of 64

TE Danny Noble: 6 of 64

WR Denard Robinson: 6 of 64

WR Kerry Taylor: 6 of 64

Analysis: Brown has been on the field for 118 of a possible 138 snaps the past two weeks, but has not been involved much offensively. He was targeted twice and caught one pass for 7 yards against Cleveland, and was targeted seven times and caught three passes for 16 yards against Houston. ... Sanders, however, has been more involved. He has been on the field for 82 snaps and has 11 catches for 93 yards, two carries for 4 yards, and threw a 21-yard touchdown pass. ... Shorts caught just two passes for 13 yards, but one went for a touchdown. He was targeted six times, including once on a deep ball that Henne overthrew by a couple feet. ... According to ESPN Stats & Information, Henne was 7-for-10 for 49 yards against five or more pass-rushers Thursday night. In two games against the Texans he has completed 76.2 percent of his passes for two TDs and no interceptions against five or more pass-rushers. ... Robinson got most of his work late in the game when Jones-Drew and Todman were out with injuries. Todman missed all but one play of the Jaguars’ second-to-last possession and returned for the final possession.

Mike DiRocco | email

ESPN Jacksonville Jaguars reporter

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