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The Miami Dolphins beat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Who played on offense for Miami?

San Francisco 49ers v Miami Dolphins Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images

The Miami Dolphins offense took control of the team - and the game - on Sunday to beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-24, largely thanks to the right arm of quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the receiving capabilities of Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker, and Dion Sims. The offense was the star of the game on Sunday, carrying Miami to their sixth-straight win and a place in the AFC Playoff picture.

Every week, we take a look back at the Dolphins’ most recent game from the view point of the snaps played by each player. Starting this morning with the offense, we look at how many snaps every player who played at least one offensive snap took, as well as the percentage of the game they played. We then add that to the season totals, presenting the percentage of the season every player has played.

On to the Week 12 offensive snap counts for the Dolphins:

Wide receivers

Jarvis Landry - 55 snaps, 93%

Kenny Stills - 51, 86%

DeVante Parker - 37, 63%

Leonte Carroo - 11, 19%

Jakeem Grant - 2, 3%

Tight ends

Dion Sims, 59, 100%

MarQueis Gray - 14, 24%

Dominique Jones - 4, 7%

Running backs

Jay Ajayi - 47, 80%

Damien Williams - 11, 19%

Kenyan Drake - 3, 5%

Quarterbacks

Ryan Tannehill - 59, 100%

Offensive linemen

Sam Young (LT) - 59, 100%

Kraig Urbik (LG) - 59, 100%

Anthony Steen (C) - 59, 100%

Jermon Burshrod (RG) - 59, 100%

Ja’Wuan James (RT) - 59, 100%

Jake Brendel - 1, 2%

Season Snap Count Percentages