Week Five Offensive Snap Breakdown Against The Miami Dolphins

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Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals snap distribution during the team's 17-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

The Cincinnati Bengals offense took part in 68 snaps Sunday afternoon against the Miami Dolphins with the offensive line, Andy Dalton and tight end Jermaine Gresham participating in 100 percent. Wide receiver A.J. Green missed one play and even Hawkins had 65 percent snap distribution within an offense that played mostly three-wide formation. Chris Pressley only played eight snaps on Sunday, making one believe that if you're having issues with the running game, why don't you play the full back.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Andrew Whitworth Kevin Zeitler Jeff Faine Clint Boling Andre Smith
68/68 68/68 68/68 68/68 68/68
100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

WIDE RECEIVER

A.J. Green Armon Binns Andrew Hawkins Brandon Tate Marvin Jones Mohamed Sanu
67/68 53/68 44/68 17/68 DNP 3/68
99% 78% 65% 25% 4%

RUNNING BACKS

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Chris Pressley Bernard Scott Brian Leonard Cedric Peerman
30/68 8/68 11/68 21/68 0/68
44% 12% 16% 31% 0%

TIGHT ENDS

Jermaine Gresham Orson Charles Dennis Roland
68/68 14/68 4/68
100% 21% 4%

QUARTERBACKS

Andy Dalton
68/68
100%

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

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