Mohamed Sanu clearly had his biggest game of the year, generating a career-high four receptions for 47 yards. It's also the highest participation he's had all season. Heading into Sunday's game against New York, Sanu totaled 49 snaps all season. On Sunday he participated in 36, or 61 percent, of the offensive snaps. Kid is closing into becoming that No. 2 receiver.
Starting center Trevor Robinson, replacing Jeff Faine who had the worse hamstring injury between the two, played the entire game against the New York Giants on Sunday; though Faine was active in a backup role for an "emergency".
Backup tight end Orson Charles also put together his highest snap distribution this year with 26, nearly doubling his snap count during the four-game losing streak (per game, not combined).
|Andrew Whitworth||Kevin Zeitler||Jeff Faine||Clint Boling||Andre Smith||Trevor Robinson|
|A.J. Green||Armon Binns||Andrew Hawkins||Brandon Tate||Marvin Jones||Mohamed Sanu||Ryan Whalen|
|BenJarvus Green-Ellis||Chris Pressley||Brian Leonard||Cedric Peerman|
|Jermaine Gresham||Orson Charles||Dennis Roland|
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