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Dolphins at Seahawks snap counts for Miami’s offense

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Miami Dolphins v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images

The Miami Dolphins had the lead after 59 minutes and 29 seconds of their Week 1 game against the Seattle Seahawks. The problem, there was another 31 seconds to play and Seattle used those last few snaps to seal a win. It was not always a pretty game, especially if you were looking for some high-explosive offensive play in a game that was dominated by defense, but it had an exciting (and disappointing as a Dolphins fan) ending.

Miami ran 53 offensive plays during the game, leading to 10 total points. We have broken down the snap counts from the game, taking a look at who played how much throughout the game for the Dolphins. We also begin our running tally for snaps played during the season, which will be at the bottom of each week’s snap counts post.

Here are the offensive snap counts for Miami in Week 1:

Wide receivers:

Kenny Stills - 53 snaps, 100%

Jarvis Landry - 51, 96%

Leonte Carroo, 45, 85%

Justin Hunter - 1, 2%

Running backs:

Arian Foster - 46, 87%

Damien Williams - 6, 11%

Kenyan Drake - 1, 2%

Quarterback:

Ryan Tannehill - 53, 100%

Tight ends:

Jordan Cameron - 48, 91%

Dion Sims - 13, 25%

MarQueis Gray - 1, 2%

Offensive linemen:

Branden Albert (LT) - 53, 100%

Laremy Tunsil (LG) - 53, 100%

Anthony Steen (C) - 53, 100%

Jermon Bushrod (RG) - 53, 100%

Ja’Wuan James (RT) - 53, 100%

2016 Season Snap Counts (Offense):

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