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Dolphins at Bengals review: Miami snap counts - offense

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Do you remember all the way back to last Thursday when the Miami Dolphins lost to the Cincinnati Bengals? I don’t. I think I am doing a pretty good job of blocking it out. That said, I have to rip back the curtain today and bring back some of the misery, because we have not yet taken a look at the snap counts from the game.

Each week, we look at what players played for the Dolphins in their most recent game, listing them with the total number of snaps they played and the percentage of the snaps from the game. We break it into two posts, the first being the offense, which will be below, and then the defense, which will come later today.

So, since we are all now back in the misery of the Dolphins-Bengals game again, let’s move to the snap counts for the Miami offense:

Wide receivers:

Kenny Stills - 45, 100%

Jarvis Landry - 43, 96%

DeVante Parker - 40, 89%

Leonte Carroo - 4, 9%

Running backs:

Jay Ajayi - 14, 31%

Damien Williams - 13, 29%

Isaiah Pead - 9, 20%

Kenyan Drake - 7, 16%


Ryan Tannehill - 45, 100%

Tight ends:

Dion Sims - 45, 100%

MarQueis Gray - 5, 11%

Offensive linemen:

Laremy Tunsil (LT) - 45, 100%

Billy Turner (LG) - 45, 100%

Kraig Urbik (C) - 45, 100%

Jermon Bushrod (RG) - 45, 100%

Ja’Wuan James (RT) - 45, 100%

2016 Season Snap Counts (Offense):

Dolphins 2016 season offensive snap counts (by percentage snaps played); Wide receivers - blue, tight ends - white, running backs - yellow, quarterbacks - green, offensive linemen - red.