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Eagles Week 12 Snap Counts: Josh Huff slowly stealing Riley Cooper's snaps

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Here's a look at how often each player saw the field in the Eagles' victory over the Tennessee Titans.

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These are the player snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles' 43-24 victory over the Tennessee Titans. (Recap)

The following players were inactive and did not play: Roc Carmichael, Jaylen Watkins, Nick Foles, Jeff Maehl, Taylor Hart, Dennis Kelly, Julian Vandervelde.

The following players were active but did not play: Matt Barkley, David Molk.

OFFENSE

Notes:

Eagles rookie wide receiver Josh Huff played a season-high 33% of the offensive snaps. Huff wasn't targeted on offense but he obviously made an impact on special teams by returning the opening kickoff for a touchdown. Look for Huff to continue to steal snaps from a struggling Riley Cooper. To maintain those snaps, of course, Huff will need to prove himself trustworthy.

Brent Celek continues to see the field more than second-year tight end Zach Ertz. While Ertz is more of a weapon in the passing attack, Celek is still producing. Also note that Ertz left the game for a bit to get an oblique injury checked out. Ertz would return to the field.

James Casey played a limited role on offense and contributed with a touchdown.

The Eagles mixed in Chris Polk a good bit due to garbage time at the end of the game.

DEFENSE

Notes:

Eagles cornerbacks Brandon Boykin and Nolan Carroll II saw plenty of action due to the extended use of nickel and dime packages.

Rookie first round pick Marcus Smith II got some playing time near the end of the game in the fourth quarter. A number of other backups also got in.

Emmanuel Acho played a limited count because he suffered an injured groin and did not return.

SPECIAL TEAMS

TE Trey Burton: 23, 61%
K Cody Parkey: 20, 53%
LS Jon Dorenbos: 13, 34%
P Donnie Jones: 13, 34%

Notes:

Nothing too out of the ordinary.

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