Tennessee Titans: Colin Mooney

A weekly look at the Titans snap counts from Sunday’s game:

Offense, 62 snaps

LT Michael Roos, 62
LG Andy Levitre, 62
C Brian Schwenke, 62
RG Chance Warmack, 62
RT Mike Otto, 62
QB Jake Locker, 62

WR Nate Washington, 48
RB Chris Johnson, 47
WR Kendall Wright, 47
TE Craig Stevens, 43
TE Delanie Walker, 29
FB Collin Mooney, 28
WR Justin Hunter, 17
TE Taylor Thompson, 15
RB Shonn Greene, 15
WR Kenny Britt, 11
WR Damian Williams, 10

The Titans went big, with a heavy emphasis on creating running room. So Stevens, who had a lot to do with the 198 yards rushing, played even more than well-rounded primary tight end Walker. Mooney was also a big part of things, a week after he didn’t play at all on offense.

Defense, 70 snaps

CB Alterraun Verner, 70
CB Jason McCourty, 70
LB Akeem Ayers, 70
SS Bernard Pollard, 70
FS George Wilson, 70

LB Zach Brown, 68
DE Derrick Morgan, 65
DT Jurrell Casey, 61
LB Colin McCarthy, 42
DE Ropati Pitoitua, 40
CB Coty Sensabaugh, 33
DT Sammie Hill, 30
DE Kamerion Wimbley, 29
DT Mike Martin, 25
DT Antonio Johnson, 14
DE Karl Klug, 11
CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, 2

We’ve covered the increased role for Ayers, who played way more than he has. We probably saw the most base defense we’ve seen all season as the Rams don’t have the weapons or desire to spread things out. Wimbley got more action than usual and while he held up Kellen Clemens to keep him from recovering his own fumble. But Wimbley did not show up on the stat sheet at all.

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