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Week Six Offensive Snap Breakdown Against The Cleveland Browns

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Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals snap distribution during the team's 34-24 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.

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At one point during Cincinnati's loss to Cleveland Browns, starting center Jeff Faine was pulled for backup Trevor Robinson. It wasn't an injury issue nor performance; the Bengals had determined earlier in the week to give Robinson a handful of snaps for experience, so they gave him a series in the third. After the possession was over, Faine was brought back into the game. Another interesting note is that Cedric Peerman, now the team's backup running back, had 33 offensive snaps in the game, by far his most this season. It was also more than feature back BenJarvus Green-Ellis. And for the second week in a row, Chris Pressley has a low number of snaps. Ironic from a team so "committed" to the running game.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Andrew Whitworth Kevin Zeitler Jeff Faine Clint Boling Andre Smith Trevor Robinson
71/71 71/71 63/71 71/71 71/71 8/71
100% 100% 89% 100% 100% 11%

WIDE RECEIVER

A.J. Green Armon Binns Andrew Hawkins Brandon Tate Marvin Jones Mohamed Sanu
71/71 40/71 51/71 13/71 15/71 DNP
100% 56% 72% 18% 21%

RUNNING BACKS

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Chris Pressley Brian Leonard Cedric Peerman
32/71 10/71 5/71 33/71
45% 14% 7% 46%

TIGHT ENDS

Jermaine Gresham Orson Charles Dennis Roland
69/71 14/71 2/71
97% 20% 3%

QUARTERBACKS

Andy Dalton
71/71
100%

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