Week Four Offensive Snap Breakdown Against The Jacksonville Jaguars

Rob Foldy-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals offensive snap distribution against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The snap distribution remained largely consistent during Cincinnati's 27-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars as it has all season. The offensive line played every snap together, Chris Pressley played nearly a third of the offensive snaps. Percentage-wise A.J. Green played less than usual but all six wide receivers played, as did backup tight end Orson Charles, who is now only one of two tight ends. Save for six Brian Leonard snaps and a lone Cedric Peerman play, BenJarvus Green-Ellis played a majority of overall snaps at running back.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Andrew Whitworth Kevin Zeitler Jeff Faine Clint Boling Andre Smith
65/65 65/65 65/65 65/65 65/65
100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

WIDE RECEIVER

A.J. Green Armon Binns Andrew Hawkins Brandon Tate Marvin Jones Mohamed Sanu
48/65 40/65 32/65 13/65 11/65 6/65
74% 62% 49% 20% 17% 9%

RUNNING BACKS

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Chris Pressley Bernard Scott Brian Leonard Cedric Peerman
54/65 20/65 DNP 6/65 1/65
83% 31% 9% 2%

TIGHT ENDS

Jermaine Gresham Orson Charles Dennis Roland
56/65 22/65 16/65
86% 34% 25%

QUARTERBACKS

Andy Dalton
65/65
100 %

[Week One Offensive Snap Breakdown]
[Week Two Offensive Snap Breakdown]
[Week Three Offensive Snap Breakdown]

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