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Monday, December 10, 2012
Playing-time analysis: Defense

By Rich Cimini

A breakdown of the defensive snaps from Sunday's 17-10 win, based on a total of 72:


Muhammad Wilkerson: 58 snaps/81 percent
Quinton Coples: 35 snaps/49 percent
Mike DeVito: 29 snaps/40 percent
Sione Po'uha: 20 snaps/28 percent
Kenrick Ellis: 14 snaps/19 percent


David Harris: 72 snaps/100 percent
Calvin Pace: 70 snaps/97 percent
Garrett McIntyre: 37 snaps/51 percent
Bart Scott: 36 snaps/50 percent
Bryan Thomas: 36 snaps/50 percent
Demario Davis: 5 snaps/7 percent


LaRon Landry: 72 snaps/100 percent
Yeremiah Bell: 72 snaps/100 percent
Kyle Wilson: 69 snaps/96 percent
Antonio Cromartie: 66 snaps/92 percent
Ellis Lankster: 40 snaps/56 percent
Eric Smith -- 33 snaps/46 percent
Antonio Allen: 20 snaps/28 percent
Darrin Walls: 8 snaps/11 percent

Analysis: Coples' playing time shot up after two down weeks. It was only the fifth time he logged more snaps than DeVito. ... It was Ellis' highest snap count since Week 5. ... It was McIntyre's highest snap count since Week 3. ... Cromartie missed six snaps after leaving with a head injury. He returned.