Analyzing snap counts from Bengals win over Bills

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* The running back split between BenJarvus Green-Ellis and rookie Giovani Bernard continues to be nearly a 50/50 split. With the play of Green-Ellis over the past two games as he’s rushed 37 times for 153 yards and a touchdown, he’s doing enough to keep the snaps fairly even between he and Gio.

* At wide receiver, it continues to be a three-man show with A.J. Green, Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones getting the majority of snaps, though Dane Sanzenbacher made the case for more playing time with his one-handed catch of 4th-and-15 in the third quarter of Sunday’s win.

* Nice to see Dre Kirkpatrick on the field, even if it was just for eight snaps. The former first rounder has to stay healthy and on the field consistently to even begin to live up to being the 17th-overall pick in 2012.

* James Harrison continues to get a healthy amount of snaps after rarely seeing the field in the first month of the season. After his 4th-down stop of Thad Lewis at the goal line in the second quarter, perhaps he’ll see even more snaps going forward.

 

Quarterback

Snaps Pct.
Andy Dalton 86 100%

Running back

Snaps Pct.
Giovani Bernard 50 58%
BenJarvus Green-Ellis 35 41%
Domata Peko 0 0%
Cedric Peerman 0 0%

Offensive line

Snaps Pct.
Kyle Cook 86 100%
Andre Smith 86 100%
Clint Boling 86 100%
Andrew Whitworth 86 100%
Kevin Zeitler 86 100%
Anthony Collins 7 8%

 

Tight End

Snaps Pct.
Jermaine Gresham 78 91%
Tyler Eifert 66 77%
Alex Smith 17 20%
Orson Charles 1 1%

Wide Receiver

Snaps Pct.
A.J. Green 82 95%
Mohamed Sanu 58 67%
Marvin Jones 26 30%
Brandon Tate 8 7%
Dane Sanzenbacher 3 3%
Ryan Whalen DNP

 

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