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Cincinnati Bengals Week 10 Defensive Snap Count Against The New York Giants

Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals defensive snap distribution during the team's 31-13 win over the New York Giants on Sunday.

Andy Lyons

It's interesting to note Manny Lawson's declining snap totals. You have to go all the way back to Miami to find Lawson contributing over 50 percent of the team's defensive snaps. And over the course of the past three weeks, Lawson has a total of 40 defensive snaps, which translates to 19 percent over three games.

Pat Sims made his season debut on Sunday, contributing with 24 defensive snaps. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap posted a season-high 51 defensive snaps and the Cincinnati Bengals secondary were very active.

Actually it appeared the Bengals played (at least) a five-man secondary throughout much of the game against the New York Giants with five defensive backs accumulating at least 54 defensive snaps. Dre Kirkpatrick made his defensive debut also when Adam Jones went down with an injury.


Michael Johnson Robert Geathers Carlos Dunlap Wallace Gilberry
60/73 49/73 51/73 30/73
82% 67% 70% 41%


Domata Peko Geno Atkins Pat Sims Devon Still Brandon Thompson
28/73 50/73 24/73 DNP DNP
38% 68% 33%


Rey Maualuga Vontaze Burfict Manny Lawson Dan Skuta Emmanuel Lamur Vinnie Rey
70/73 62/73 12/73 6/73 11/73 3/73
96% 85% 16% 8% 15% 4%


Leon Hall Nate Clements Terence Newman Adam Jones Jason Allen Dre Kirkpatrick
71/73 61/73 63/73 54/73 DNP 15/73
97% 84% 86% 74% 21%


Reggie Nelson Chris Crocker Taylor Mays Jeromy Miles
DNP 71/73 12/73 0/73
97% 16% 0%

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