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Marcus Smith played in the Eagles vs. Saints game and actually did some good things

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

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Here are the player snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles'  win over the New York Jets.

The following players were ruled inactive prior to the game: Kiko Alonso, Mychal Kendricks, Brandon Bair, Kenjon Barner, Denzel Rice, Julian Vandervelde, Thad Lewis.

The following player(s) were active but did not play: Mark Sanchez.


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The Eagles relied more heavily upon two tight ends sets with Brent Celek and Zach Ertz.

Josh Huff played 41 snaps after only playing four snaps last week.

Nelson Agholor's snap counts was limited because he left the game early with an injury and did not return.


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MARCUS SMITH ALERT! The 2014 first round pick played 22 snaps, which is the same amount as Vinny Curry. He was the team's third outside linebacker behind Connor Barwin and Brandon Graham. Smith actually registered his first career defensive tackle on Sunday. He also recorded TWO quarterback hits, according to Pro Football Focus. One of those pressures forced Brees into throwing a bad pass that was picked off by Walter Thurmond. Marcus Smith: playmaker.

Chris Maragos returned to the field this week after sitting out last week's game with an injury. He resumed his role as the team's nickel safety, with Malcolm Jenkins shifting down to play as the cornerback in the slot.

Cedric Thornton and Taylor Hart returned to action this week.

Najee Goode got a decent amount of snaps rotating in at inside linebacker.

Eric Rowe got some limited playing time.

Bryan Braman came in during garbage time and recorded his first career full sack.


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Josh Andrews also played eight special teams snaps.