The Miami Dolphins suffered their first defeat of the 2014 NFL season, dropping at the hands of the Buffalo Bills with a 29-10 final score. Miami struggled to find any sort of rhythm on offense, despite running 79 plays during the contest. Miami used 19 players over those plays, with the breakdown of who played how many snaps below.
We also update our running total for the season in the graphic at the end.
This week, only one offensive player took just special teams snaps, and he has been included in this list, rather than on the defensive list like we did last week.
The defensive snap counts will be posted later.
29-10 Dolphins loss
|Player||Position||Snaps||Percent||Special Teams Snaps|
|Brian Hartline||Wide receiver||64||81%|
|Mike Wallace||Wide receiver||58||73%|
|Charles Clay||Tight end||55||70%|
|Lamar Miller||Running back||52||66%|
|Jarvis Landry||Wide receiver||43||54%||12|
|Brandon Gibson||Wide receiver||40||51%|
|Dion Sims||Tight end||31||39%|
|Rishard Matthews||Wide receiver||23||29%||15|
|Damien Williams||Running back||17||22%||21|
|Orleans Darkwa||Running back||9||11%||21|
|Knowshon Moreno||Running back||2||3%|
|Harold Hoskins||Tight end||1||1%||4|