The Miami Dolphins ran 58 offensive plays on Sunday, with the offensive line and Ryan Tannehill continuing their trend of playing every snap. Through the first five games Tannehill, Tyson Clabo, John Jerry, Richie Incognito, and Jonathan Martin have played all 308 snaps on the season, while Mike Pouncey has missed one.
The starting receiver played nearly every snap as well, with Mike Wallace appearing in 56 of the 58 plays, and Brian Hartline being on the field for 57 plays. Brandon Gibson recorded 47 offensive plays, while Rishard Matthews made four appearances.
Charles Clay led the tight end group with 48 snaps. Dion Sims added 11 plays, while Michael Egnew had nine.
The running backs saw the biggest separation of the season, with Lamar Miller taking 44 plays and Daniel Thomas only playing 11 snaps. Marcus Thigpen showed up for three plays
Personally, I was a little surprised that Thigpen, who looked like a spark against the Saints in Week 4, had only three snaps in this game. Other than that, nothing on the offensive snap counts surprised me. How about you?
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