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Eagles 2016 season snap counts

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Despite a low tempo, the offense played a lot

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Each week we have looked at the snap counts for every Eagles game to help us tell the story of the game. With the season over, let’s take a look at the season totals and point out some interesting notes and a couple of humorous oddities.

OFFENSE

Player Off Snaps Off Snap Pct
Jason Kelce 1133 100%
Carson Wentz 1127 99.50%
Jason Peters 1100 97.10%
Brandon Brooks 991 87.50%
Nelson Agholor 883 77.90%
Zach Ertz 851 75.10%
Jordan Matthews 844 74.50%
Allen Barbre 672 59.30%
Dorial Green-Beckham 642 56.70%
Stefen Wisniewski 607 53.60%
Darren Sproles 511 45.10%
Brent Celek 439 38.70%
Halapoulivaati Vaitai 423 37.30%
Lane Johnson 407 35.90%
Isaac Seumalo 335 29.60%
Trey Burton 331 29.20%
Ryan Mathews 287 25.30%
Wendell Smallwood 164 14.50%
Paul Turner 154 13.60%
Josh Huf 134 11.80%
Bryce Treggs 126 11.10%
Matt Tobin 100 8.80%
Kenjon Barner 99 8.70%
Byron Marshall 75 6.60%
Terrell Watson 12 1.10%
Beau Allen 7 0.60%
Chase Daniel 6 0.50%
Dillon Gordon 2 0.20%
Josh Andrews 1 0.10%

DEFENSE

Player Def Snaps Def Snap Pct
Malcolm Jenkins 1019 99.90%
Rodney McLeod 1014 99.40%
Nigel Bradham 990 97.10%
Jordan Hicks 971 95.20%
Nolan Carroll 910 89.20%
Fletcher Cox 773 75.80%
Brandon Graham 765 75.00%
Connor Barwin 713 69.90%
Jalen Mills 661 64.80%
Leodis McKelvin 587 57.50%
Bennie Logan 467 45.80%
Vinny Curry 435 42.60%
Beau Allen 412 40.40%
Jaylen Watkins 388 38.00%
Mychal Kendricks 273 26.80%
Destiny Vaeao 268 26.30%
Ron Brooks 235 23.00%
Marcus Smith 218 21.40%
Stephen Tulloch 69 6.80%
Steven Means 36 3.50%
Bryan Braman 3 0.30%
Terrence Brooks 3 0.30%
Najee Goode 2 0.20%
Dorial Green-Beckham 2 0.20%
Chris Maragos 1 0.10%
Kamu Grugier-Hill 1 0.10%
Kenjon Barner 1 0.10%
C.J. Smith 1 0.10%
Darren Sproles 1 0.10%

SPECIAL TEAMS

Player ST Snaps ST Snap Pct
Bryan Braman 362 82.30%
Chris Maragos 361 82.00%
Najee Goode 292 66.40%
Trey Burton 274 62.30%
Jaylen Watkins 230 52.30%
Kamu Grugier-Hill 187 42.50%
Marcus Smith 179 40.70%
Brent Celek 170 38.60%
Terrence Brooks 165 37.50%
Caleb Sturgis 161 36.60%
Malcolm Jenkins 145 33.00%
Beau Allen 142 32.30%
Donnie Jones 139 31.60%
Zach Ertz 137 31.10%
Wendell Smallwood 134 30.50%
Mychal Kendricks 121 27.50%
Jon Dorenbos 111 25.20%
Kenjon Barner 99 22.50%
Nolan Carroll 97 22.00%
Rodney McLeod 84 19.10%
Jalen Mills 80 18.20%
Brandon Graham 75 17.00%
Stefen Wisniewski 74 16.80%
Jordan Hicks 72 16.40%
C.J. Smith 72 16.40%
Vinny Curry 68 15.50%
Brandon Brooks 66 15.00%
Darren Sproles 62 14.10%
Josh Huff 61 13.90%
Matt Tobin 59 13.40%
Nigel Bradham 58 13.20%
Bennie Logan 56 12.70%
Connor Barwin 46 10.50%
Allen Barbre 44 10.00%
Leodis McKelvin 41 9.30%
Isaac Seumalo 38 8.60%
Steven Means 38 8.60%
Lane Johnson 33 7.50%
Ron Brooks 33 7.50%
Halapoulivaati Vaitai 32 7.30%
Rick Lovato 24 5.50%
Nelson Agholor 20 4.50%
Byron Marshall 18 4.10%
Destiny Vaeao 12 2.70%
Josh Andrews 12 2.70%
Paul Turner 9 2.00%
Aaron Grymes 9 2.00%
Jason Kelce 8 1.80%
Fletcher Cox 5 1.10%
Terrell Watson 5 1.10%
Dillon Gordon 4 0.90%
Jordan Matthews 2 0.50%
Bryce Treggs 1 0.20%

NOTES AND ODDITIES

-The Eagles had the fourth most snaps played by an offense in 2016, behind the Cardinals, Buccaneers and Saints.

-Jason Kelce was the only player on offense to play every snap.

-Lane Johnson played 100% of his snaps despite missing 721 plays.

-Drew Brees was the only quarterback to play more snaps than Carson Wentz.

-Darren Sproles played the most snaps of his career since at least 2011, snap counts were officially tracked starting in 2012.

-The one snap credited to defense by Darren Sproles, Chris Maragos, Kamu Grugier-Hill and Kenjon Barner was due to a fake punt by the Browns.

-Because he was an end of half hail Mary defender, Dorial Green-Beckham played more snaps on defense than Chris Maragos.

-Caleb Sturgis set a career high in playing time.

-The Eagles were 20th in defense snaps.

-Malcolm Jenkins played 194 fewer snaps than he did in 2015, the equivalent of nearly three games.

-Mychal Kendricks set a career low in defensive playing time and a career high in special teams playing time.

-Despite missing ten games due to injury, Ron Brooks played a career high in snaps.

-Connor Barwin played a majority of snaps in every game.

-Vinny Curry played a majority of snaps only twice all season.

-Beau Allen played more total snaps than Vinny Curry.

-Beau Allen played more snaps on offense than Chase Daniel.