Bengals Offensive Snap Breakdown Against The Rams

ST. LOUIS, MO - DECEMBER 18: Andrew Hawkins #16 of the Cincinnati Bengals eludes a tackle against the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome on December 18, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Bengals beat the Rams 20-13. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Two running backs sat out last weekend and as a result neither Bernard Scott or Cedric Peerman offered a role that Cedric Benson couldn't. It makes sense that save for a few two-back formations, the Bengals were largely a single-back offense against the St. Louis Rams. Ryan Whalen posted 25 offensive snaps during his first game of the year and Jermaine Gresham played all but one offensive snap against the Rams last weekend.

Wonder how the offensive snaps broke down on Sunday? We have your answer:

Quarterbacks Total Pass Run Block* Runs
Andy Dalton 72 33 37 2
* Not really
Running Backs Total Run Routes Run Block Pass Block
Cedric Benson 46 23 15 4 4
Bernard Scott 11 7 2 2 0
Cedric Peerman 11 2 4 1 4
Chris Pressley DNP
Brian Leonard DNP






Tight End Total Routes Run Block Pass Block
Jermaine Gresham 71 21 38 12
Donald Lee 28 6 17 5
Colin Cochart 25 7 17 1
Dennis Roland 8 0 6 2
Wide Receivers Total Routes Run Block Runs
Jerome Simpson 56 28 28 0
A.J. Green 53 30 23 0
Ryan Whalen 25 8 16 1
Andrew Hawkins 23 15 7 1
Andre Caldwell DNP
Offensive Line Total Run Block Pass Block
Kyle Cook 72 39 33
Nate Livings 72 39 33
Andrew Whitworth 72 39 33
Anthony Collins 72 39 33
Mike McGlynn 72 39 33
Andre Smith DNP

(snap count account to Pro Football Focus)

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