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Offensive Depth Chart and Snap Count - Week 3


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QB

1) Irons = 72 (76.7)

2) Undercuffler = 3

 

HB

1) Wiley = 45 (58.7)

2) Price = 15

3) Norrils = 15

 

WR

1) SJL = 60 (69.6)

2) A. Williams = 9

3) Naim = 3

 

WR

1) Grimes = 37 (70.8)

2) Adams = 36

3) Golden = 3

 

WR

1) George = 66 (53.2)

2) Anderson = 9

 

TE

1) Banks = 29 (54.1)

2) Brank = 32

3) Clark = 16

 

LT

1) Daniels = 75 (77.3)

 

LG
1) Banes = 75 (65.0)

 

C

1) Robarge = 45 (60.4)

2) Georges = 30

 

RG

1) Whigan = 75 (50.7)

 

RT

1) N. Williams = 72 (53.0)

2) Chambers = 3 

 

 

Notable ST:

Naim = 23

Thomas = 21

Price = 21

Hester = 19

Durant = 19

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, Zipmeister said:

Do you think Wigan's score would go up if he didn't have to play every down? Do we have a decent backup for him?

I doubt it. I think Whigan has been much better than his score indicates. JoeMo said in one of his press conferences that Whigan has been the most consistent offensive lineman. PFF generates a better product than anyone else in their space, but without knowledge of the play-call or protection scheme, it’s not always easy to give an accurate grade - excluding the handful of obvious plays. 
 

I’m pretty sure Kilbane has been the backup to this point. 

 

 

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