Bengals Offensive Snap Breakdown Against The Baltimore Ravens

CINCINNATI, OH - JANUARY 01: Andy Dalton #14 of the Cincinnati Bengals runs with the ball during the NFL game against the Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium on January 1, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

What's interesting with Cincinnati's weekly snap breakdown is what's going on with the team's slot receiver. While it might appear that Andrew Hawkins is the team's third receiver, the snaps have virtually been split with Ryan Whalen registering 59 snaps in the past two games compared to Hawkins' 40. Besides that, Hawkins still has a participation advantage touching the football five times for 40 yards.

Quarterbacks Total Pass Run Block* Runs
Andy Dalton 72 51 20 1
* Not really
Running Backs Total Run Routes Run Block Pass Block
Cedric Benson 33 13 15 2 3
Brian Leonard 25 0 19 0 6
Bernard Scott 14 6 7 0 1
Chris Pressley 7 0 2 4 1
Cedric Peerman 0






Tight End Total Routes Run Block Pass Block
Jermaine Gresham 71 42 21 8
Donald Lee 19 11 7 1
Dennis Roland 5 0 5 0
Wide Receivers Total Routes Run Block Runs
Jerome Simpson 59 48 11 0
A.J. Green 69 50 19 0
Ryan Whalen 31 19 12 0
Andrew Hawkins 27 1 22 4
Offensive Line Total Run Block Pass Block
Andrew Whitworth 72 21 51
Kyle Cook 72 21 51
Nate Livings 72 21 51
Mike McGlynn 72 21 51
Andre Smith 72 21 51

(snap count account to Pro Football Focus)

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