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Week Six Defensive 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.

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Nothing hugely of note here other than perhaps Nate Clements experiencing a noticeable drop in total snaps against the Browns on Sunday, with most of his replacement snaps coming from veteran Chris Crocker. It also appears that Dan Skuta's snap totals are increasing while Manny Lawson is experiencing a decrease. And it's clear that it will be some time before Carlos Dunlap is a three-down player, taking part just over half of the defensive snaps. Dontay Moch returned from a four-game suspension earlier this season, participating in four defensive snaps.

DEFENSIVE END

Michael Johnson Robert Geathers Carlos Dunlap Wallace Gilberry Dontay Moch
56/65 37/65 36 12/65 4/65
86% 57% 55% 18% 6%

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Domata Peko Geno Atkins Devon Still Brandon Thompson
52/65 50/65 18/65 DNP
80% 77% 28%

LINEBACKERS

Rey Maualuga Manny Lawson Vinnie Rey Vontaze Burfict Dan Skuta Roddrick Muckelroy
65/65 23/65 1/65 64/65 20/65 0/65
100% 35% 2% 98% 31% 0%

CORNERBACKS

Leon Hall Nate Clements Terence Newman Adam Jones Jason Allen
63/65 39/65 62/65 25/65 DNP
97% 60% 95% 38%

SAFETIES

Reggie Nelson Taylor Mays Jeromy Miles Chris Crocker
61/65 2/65 1/65 24/65
94% 3% 2% 37%

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