Patriots Offensive Snap Totals vs Houston Texans

Ian Logue
December 2, 2013 at 7:22 am ET

The league released the Playtime Percentages with the snap counts from yesterday’s match-up out in Houston against the Texans, and here’s the breakdown of playing time among offensive players on Sunday.

Quarterback:

Tom Brady: 70/70 (100%)

Offensive Line:

Logan Mankins: 70/70 (100%) – Special Teams: 7 Snaps (23%)
Will Svitek: 70/70 (100%) – Special Teams: 7 Snaps (23%)
Dan Connolly: 70/70 (100%) – Special Teams: 7 Snaps (23%)
Ryan Wendell: 70/70 (100%) – Special Teams: 7 Snaps (23%)
Nate Solder: 69/70 (99%) – Special Teams: 7 Snaps (23%)
Josh Kline: 1 (1%)

Receivers:

Rob Gronkowski: 63/70 (90%)
Julian Edelman: 62/70 (89%) – Special Teams: 3 (10%)
Danny Amendola: 48 (69%)
Matthew Mulligan: 35 (50%) – Special Teams: 13 (42%)
Josh Boyce: 16 (23%) – Special Teams: 6 (19%)
Kenbrell Thompkins: 15 (21%)
Matthew Slater: 8 (11%) – Special Teams: 18 (58%)
D.J. Williams: 4 (6%) –  Special Teams: 8 (26%)

Running backs:

Shane Vereen: 41 (59%)
James Develin: 29 (41%) – Special Teams: 6 (19%)
Brandon Bolden: 9 (13%) – Special Teams: 16 (52%)
LeGarrette Blount: 20 (29%) – Special Teams: 6 (19%)


  • Elijah

    Where is Blount?

  • He’s in there now with 20 snaps. Obviously missed him when I was separating them out by position, but I’ve corrected it and appreciate you pointing it out.

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