Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals defensive snap distribution during the team's 34-10 win over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
What could be viewed as a shift in personnel packages, Bengals cornerback Nate Clements played a season-long one defensive snap against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. His previous low during a game he played (missed Jaguars with an injury) was 40 snaps against the Cleveland Browns, meaning that Chris Crocker and Reggie Nelson (playing all but one snap together) are fully integrated as the team's safeties.
Leon Hall, Terence Newman and Adam Jones rotated as the primary cornerbacks, which also left Dre Kirkpatrick on the outside looking in, similarly participating on one defensive snap Sunday.
|Michael Johnson||Robert Geathers||Carlos Dunlap||Wallace Gilberry|
|Domata Peko||Geno Atkins||Pat Sims||Devon Still||Brandon Thompson|
|Rey Maualuga||Vontaze Burfict||Manny Lawson||Dan Skuta||Emmanuel Lamur||Vinnie Rey|
|Leon Hall||Nate Clements||Terence Newman||Adam Jones||Jason Allen||Dre Kirkpatrick|
|Reggie Nelson||Chris Crocker||Taylor Mays||Jeromy Miles|
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