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Bengals Offensive Snap Count Against The Pittsburgh Steelers

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Cincinnati's snap count was status quo for mostly everyone on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, save for the offensive line where Anthony Collins admirably replaced an injured Andre Smith in the second quarter. Oh, and the fact Andy Dalton was eventually pulled. We did update those numbers considering that Andy Dalton scrambled on pass plays, giving him six yards on two runs which didn't reflect those numbers. Brian Leonard posted a season-low six snaps however Brandon Tate registered offensive snaps for the fifth time this year (and we don't mean offensive on the return game either).

Quarterbacks Total Pass Run Block* Runs
Andy Dalton 46 28 16 2
Bruce Gradkowski 14 7 6 1
* Not really
Running Backs Total Run Routes Run Block Pass Block
Cedric Benson 30 15 8 2 5
Chris Pressley 13 0 3 10 0
Bernard Scott 11 5 3 0 3
Brian Leonard 6 0 6 0 0






Tight End Total Routes Run Block Pass Block
Jermaine Gresham 55 29 20 6
Colin Cochart 26 9 15 2
Dennis Roland 8 0 4 4
Wide Receivers Total Routes Run Block Runs
A.J. Green 58 37 20 1
Jerome Simpson 46 30 16 0
Andre Caldwell 29 24 4 1
Andrew Hawkins 16 14 2 0
Brandon Tate 2 1 1 0
Offensive Line Total Run Block Pass Block
Kyle Cook 60 23 37
Nate Livings 60 23 37
Andrew Whitworth 60 23 37
Bobbie Williams 60 23 37
Andre Smith 21 8 13
Anthony Collins 40 15 24

(snap count account to Pro Football Focus)