as usual Reiss delivers valid and meaningful information. IMO he goes above and beyond of what a typical writer is expected. January 01, 2007 Offensive participation Here is an unofficial look at the snaps taken by Patriots offensive skill position players in the team's win over the Titans: TE Daniel Graham -- 50 of 59 (84.7 percent) QB Tom Brady -- 43 of 59 (72.8 percent) WR Troy Brown -- 36 of 59 (61.0 percent) TE David Thomas -- 33 of 59 (55.9 percent) RB/FB Heath Evans -- 30 of 59 (50.8 percent) WR Reche Caldwell -- 29 of 59 (49.1 percent) WR Jabar Gaffney -- 26 of 59 (44.0 percent) RB Laurence Maroney -- 25 of 59 (42.3 percent) WR Chad Jackson -- 22 of 59 (37.2 percent) WR Kelvin Kight -- 18 of 59 (30.5 percent) RB Corey Dillon -- 21 of 59 (35.5 percent) QB Matt Cassel -- 8 of 59 (13.5 percent) QB Vinny Testavderde -- 8 of 59 (13.5 percent) TE Mike Vrabel -- 1 of 59 (1.6 percent) TE Russ Hochstein -- 1 of 59 (1.6 percent) (doesn't include 2 kneel downs, or a pass interference penalty drawn by Reche Caldwell early in the third quarter as that is not an official play) ANALYSIS: One week after the Patriots had three receivers atop their snaps chart, this was an example of how the team's plan changes each week. For the number of snaps he was in the game, Corey Dillon had a very productive day. Also, it was interesting to note Heath Evans taking the most snaps of all the running backs, a reflection on his versatility to line up as a running back on third down (replacing Kevin Faulk), or a fullback in a lead blocking role. Rookie Chad Jackson saw his load increase, although of his 22 snaps, eight came on the final drive. As his statistics indicate (4 catches, 134 yards, TD), Reche Caldwell had an extremely productive day for the snaps he played. The Patriots put a bit more on the plate of Daniel Graham at tight end, as the team compensates for the loss of the injured Benjamin Watson. MONDAY PLAN: Today is a travel day back to Boston. We'll be on and off the web throughout the day. Interesting to see how much Graham played. Chad Jackson participated a little more. If he can deliver one or two good plays, or one big play the guy could be a special weapon.