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Cincinnati Bengals Week Nine Defensive Snap Count Against The Denver Broncos

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Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals snap distribution during the team's 31-23 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.

Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE

Here's a bit of irony for you. After being released during the offseason and signed earlier this year, safety Chris Crocker has slowly integrated himself into the defense. Not only did he start his first game of the year against the Denver Broncos, he had the highest participation count of any defender on the team. At the same time Reggie Nelson, who generally posts the most snaps every week on defense, left the game with an injury.

Writing on the wall keeps hinting that the team is finding less use for Manny Lawson, who generated less snaps than rookie Emmanuel Lamur, playing in his first game of his career.

DEFENSIVE END

Michael Johnson Robert Geathers Carlos Dunlap Wallace Gilberry
55/63 36/63 38/63 12/63
87% 57% 60% 19%

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Domata Peko Geno Atkins Devon Still Brandon Thompson
39/63 46/63 28/63 DNP
62% 73% 44%

LINEBACKERS

Rey Maualuga Vontaze Burfict Manny Lawson Vinnie Rey
61/63 61/63 10/63 2/63
97% 97% 16% 3%

LINEBACKERS

Dan Skuta Emmanuel Lamur Roddrick Muckelroy
1/63 15/63 DNP
2% 24%

CORNERBACKS

Leon Hall Nate Clements Terence Newman Adam Jones Jason Allen
61/63 40/63 60/63 3/63 DNP
97% 63% 95% 5%

SAFETIES

Reggie Nelson Chris Crocker Taylor Mays Jeromy Miles
50/63 62/63 13/63 0/63
79% 98% 21% 0%

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