Falcons vs Dolphins: A look back at the Dolphins offensive snap counts

Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins beat the Atlanta Falcons 27-23 on Sunday. This morning, we take a look back at the Dolphins' offensive snap counts from the game.

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The Miami Dolphins ran 56 offensive plays on Sunday in a game that, statistically, should have ended with a loss. However, the Dolphins fought all game long, and, in the end, came away with a 27-23 victory over the visiting Atlanta Falcons.

Once again, the five offensive linemen, Jonathan Martin, Richie Incognito, Mike Pouncey, John Jerry, and Tyson Clabo, along with quarterback Ryan Tannehill, played every snap.

Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller continue to split snaps, with Miller getting one more play than Thomas on Sunday.

Brandon Gibson saw his percentage of the snaps jump up dramatically this week, with 71% of the snaps including the slot receiver. Mike Wallace only missed ons snap, despite only having two receptions, while Brian Hartline was on the field for 48 snaps, or 86% of the time.

Rishard Matthews saw a jump in snaps as well, playing 25% of the game.

Did anything from the offense's snap counts stand out to you? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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