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Analyzing Eagles snap counts from Philadelphia’s preseason game versus Steelers

Playing time breakdown.

NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The official snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 31-14 preseason loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers are finally in. Let’s take a look.

Did not play

Carson Wentz, Nick Foles, Alshon Jeffery, Timmy Jernigan, Brandon Graham, Chris Maragos, Mike Wallace, Darren Sproles, Jason Peters, Corey Graham, Donnel Pumphrey, Matt Jones, Markus Wheaton, Asantay Brown, Ian Park.


The Eagles’ first team offense played about 15 snaps. The first team defense played about six snaps.

Rookies from the 2018 NFL Draft


Dallas Goedert - 30 offense, 8 special teams

Avonte Maddox - 34 defense, 16 special teams

Josh Sweat - 31 defense

Matt Pryor - 27 offense, 1 special teams

Jordan Mailata - 32 offense, 3 special teams


Josh Adams - 16 offense, 14 special teams

Stephen Roberts - 44 defense, 16 special teams

Jeremy Reaves - 32 defense, 12 special teams

Joe Ostman - 27 defense, 9 special teams

Bruce Hector - 20 defense, 2 special teams

Toby Weathersby - 20 offense, 2 special teams

Chandon Sullivan - 15 defense, 5 special teams

Kyle Wilson - 12 defense, 2 special teams

Tim Wilson - 12 offense, 6 special teams

Anthony Mahoungou - 8 offense, 1 special teams

Aaron Evans - 20 offense

Danny Ezechukwu - 17 defense

Adam Reth - 3 defense


Nate Sudfeld - 30

Joe Callahan - 32

Players who played the most

Offense: Bryce Treggs, Jordan Mailata, Joe Callahan, Dallas Goedert, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Nate Sudfeld, Isaac Seumalo

Defense: Tre Sullivan, Rasul Douglas, De’Vante Bausby, Stephen Roberts, Elijah Qualls, Avonte Maddox, Steven Means

Special teams: Corey Nelson, Joe Walker, Tre Sullivan, Stephen Roberts, Avonte Maddox, Rasul Douglas, Josh Adams

Quick observations

  • Lots of playing time for the rookies, which is always good to see.
  • Stephen Roberts outsnapping fellow undrafted free agent Jeremy Reaves is mildly interesting. I think most would assume Reaves is ahead of Roberts but it looks like that might not be the case.
  • Josh Adams got a decent amount of playing on special teams. He can help his roster chances by shining on Dave Fipp’s unit.
  • I don’t even remember seeing Corey Nelson on Thursday night but apparently he played the most special teams snaps of anyone on the team.
  • The Eagles really threw Jordan Mailata into the fire. Only Bryce Treggs played more offensive snaps than he did.
  • Josh Perkins outsnapped Billy Brown at tight end. Perkins played 11 offensive snaps and 12 special teams snaps to Brown’s nine and six, respectively. Looks like Perkins might be ahead of Brown on the depth chart.




Cameron Johnston - 10 special teams

Rick Lovato - 10 special teams

Jake Elliott - 5 special teams

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