Titans snap report: Week 3

September, 23, 2013
9/23/13
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A look at the snap report from the NFL showing how much each member of the Tennessee Titans played in the win over the San Diego Chargers at LP Field.

Offense, 69 snaps

LT Michael Roos, 69
LG Andy Levitre, 69
C Rob Turner, 69
RG Chance Warmack, 69
RT David Stewart, 69
QB Jake Locker, 69
RB Chris Johnson, 62
WR Nate Washington, 59
TE Delanie Walker, 54
WR Kendall Wright, 45
WR Kenny Britt, 38
WR Damian Williams, 25
TE Craig Stevens, 23
WR Justin Hunter, 10
FB Collin Mooney, 9
TE Taylor Thompson, 8
RB Jackie Battle, 8
WR Michael Preston, 4

It’s good to see a higher number for Wright as the Titans went three-wide more often. We see that as well in lower numbers for second tight end Stevens and near invisibility for third tight end Thompson.

Defense, 59 snaps

CB Jason McCourty, 59
SS Bernard Pollard, 59
CB Alterraun Verner, 57
DT Jurrell Casey, 57
FS Michael Griffin, 56
LB Moise Fokou, 51
DE Derrick Morgan, 50
DE Ropati Pitoitua, 41
DT Antonio Johnson, 37
CB Coty Sensabaugh, 36
S George Wilson, 35
LB Akeem Ayers, 34
LB Zach Brown, 32
DT Mike Martin, 13
DE Keyunta Dawson, 9
DE Karl Klug, 9
LB Colin McCarthy, 7
DE Kamerion Wimbley, 6

McCarthy got his first defensive snaps of the season and was active while Fokou was hurt. Wimbley is making a base salary of $4 million this year and got $13.5 million guaranteed as part of his five year deal signed in 2012. He’s a nickel rush rotation guy and the Titans didn’t use their nickel rush package much in this game. Brown is too good to only play 54 percent of the snaps. They got trapped with him on the sideline during one series when the Chargers were working especially fast.

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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