According to the NFL’s official player participation information, here’s how the Tennessee Titans lined up in yesterday’s 42-39 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars:
Offense (70 total)
QB: Marcus Mariota 70
RB/FB: Antonio Andrews 38, David Cobb 28, Jalston Fowler 12, Bishop Sankey 3
WR: Harry Douglas 49, Dorial Green-Beckham 41, Kendall Wright 41
TE: Delanie Walker 51, Craig Stevens 39, Anthony Fasano 34, Phillip Supernaw 13
OL: Byron Bell 70, Andy Gallik 70, Taylor Lewan 70, Quinton Spain 70, Chance Warmack 70
Defense (60 total)
DL: Jurrell Casey 49, DaQuan Jones 39, Karl Klug 20, Sammie Hill 19, Al Woods 19, Angelo Blackson 12
OLB: David Bass 58, Brian Orakpo 55, Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil 7
ILB: Avery Williamson 60, Wesley Woodyard 26, Zach Brown 17
CB: Coty Sensabaugh 57, Perrish Cox 56, B.W. Webb 25, Blidi Wreh-Wilson 7
S: Michael Griffin 60, Da’Norris Searcy 54, Daimion Stafford 22
Beau Brinkley, Marqueston Huff, Steven Johnson, Jeremiah Poutasi, and Justin Staples each only appeared on special teams. Joe Looney and Zach Mettenberger were active but did not appear in the game.
Notes and miscellaneous observations:
1. Coincidence, conspiracy, or glitch in the matrix? Just like in the Week 11 game between the two games, the Titans ran 70 snaps on offense and the Jaguars ran 60 snaps on defense.
2. David Cobb rotated series with Antonio Andrews, and his 28 snaps more than doubled his total in his previous two games combined.
3. This was the first time since he played 19 of 82 snaps back against the Colts in Week 3 that Jalston Fowler hit double-digit snaps. He played 9 of the 70 snaps in the first meeting between the two teams. Speaking of fullbacks, Karl Klug has not played on offense since 1 snap against the Bills in Week 5.
4. In each of the five games since he returned from injury, Harry Douglas has played the most snaps of any Titans receiver.
5. Phillip Supernaw’s 13 snaps were a season high for him, surpassing the 10 he had in Week 3 and in the previous Titans-Jaguars game.
6. After making at least one in-game change in each of the first seven games, Sunday was the fifth consecutive game the Titans starting offensive line played every snap.
7. Jurrell Casey led the defensive line group in snaps, as he has every game save the Panthers loss. At 82% of snaps, it was the 8th time this season he played at least 80% of the snaps on defense.
8. Wesley Woodyard’s 26 snaps were his fewest since he played 25 in Week 8 against the Texans.
9. Titans CB3 B.W. Webb 25 snaps (32 if you want to give him Blidi Wreh-Wilson’s as well), Jacksonville WR3 Bryan Walters 19 snaps. Normally closer than this, or at least it was.