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Miami Dolphins defensive snap counts Weeks 1 and 2

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We have been remiss in getting the defensive snap counts for the Miami Dolphins over the first two weeks of the season. The Dolphins lost to the Seattle Seahawks on a last minute touchdown in Week 1, the only touchdown they allowed in the game but one that cost them a “W.” Last week, the team again lost, this time coming up a touchdown short of an amazing comeback against the New England Patriots.

Today, we take a quick look back at both games through the snap counts of the defensive players.

Defensive ends

Jason Jones: Week 1 - 54/66%; Week 2 - 52/65%

Mario Williams: Week 1 - 45/55%; Week 2 - 56/70%

Andre Branch: Week 1 - 52/63%; Week 2 - 34/42%

Julius Warmsley: Week 1 - 18/22%; Week 2 - 27/34%

Cameron Wake: Week 1 - 29/35%; Week 2 - 16/20%

Terrence Fede: Week 1 - 0/0%; Week 2 - 13/16%

Defensive tackles

Ndamukong Suh: Week 1 - 67/82%; Week 2 - 61/76%

Jordan Phillips: Week 1 - 49/60%; Week 2 - 44/55%

Chris Jones: Week 1 - 0/0%; Week 2 - 23/29%

Earl Mitchell: Week 1 - 15/18%; IR

Linebackers

Kiko Alonso: Week 1 - 82/100%; Week 2 - 80/100%

Koa Misi: Week 1 - 69/84%; Week 2 - 45/56%

Jelani Jenkins: Week 1 - 32/39%; Week 2 - 61/76%

Neville Hewitt: Week 1 - 0/0%; Week 2 - 4/5%

Spencer Paysinger: Week 1 - 1/1%; Week 2 - 0/0%

Cornerbacks

Byron Maxwell: Week 1 - 82/100%; Week 2 - 80/100%

Xavien Howard: Week 1 - 81/99%; Week 2 - 74/92%

Bobby McCain: Week 1 - 31/38%; Week 2 - 13/16%

Safeties

Reshad Jones: Week 1 - 82/100%; Week 2 - 80/100%

Isa Abdul-Quddus: Week 1 - 82/100%; Week 2 - 80/100%

Michael Thomas: Week 1 - 31/38%; Week 2 - 37/46%

2016 Season Snap Counts (Defense):

Dolphins season defensive snap counts (by percentage snaps played); Red are defensive ends, defensive tackles are yellow, linebackers are green, cornerbacks are blue, and safeties are white.