The Miami Dolphins beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in a snowy Heinz Field on Sunday, coming away with the 34-28 victory. The offense ran 62-plays against Pittsburgh, gaining 360 yards of total offense with three passing touchdowns, one rushing score, and two field goals from Caleb Sturgis.
Miami defensive snap counts at Steelers
The Miami Dolphins beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-28 on Sunday, moving the South Florida franchise to 7-6 on the season and keeping pace for the last playoff berth in the AFC. We take a look back at the Miami defensive snap counts today.
Five players for Miami took all 62 snaps: tackles Tyson Clabo and Bryant McKinnie, guard John Jerry, center Mike Pouncey, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The remaining offensive line position, the left guard slot, saw Nate Garner start, but only play 16-snaps, as he and Sam Brenner split time. Brenner played the majority of the game, being on the field for 48-plays.
Brian hartline led the wide receivers with 60-plays against the Steelers, while fellow starter Mike Wallace was on the field 57 times. Coming off the bench, Rishard Matthews added 42-plays, and Marlon Moore made two-appearances.
Tight end Charles Clay continuted his impressive season, playing 54-snaps as he tallied seven-receptions for 97-yards and two touchdowns. Dion Sims, who started in a two-tight end formation along with Clay, was on the field 20 times. Michael Egnew made 11-appearances during the game.
Running back Lamar Miller started the game, taking 20-snaps before a concussion forced him from the game. Daniel Thomas, who surprised everyone by being available this week after an ankle injury two games ago, filled for Miller, playing 41-snaps, and tallying 105-rushing yards and one touchdown during the game. Marcus Thigpen took one offensive snap.
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