Snap Counts: Panthers at Colts

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Player Offensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Dennis Daley 70 (100%) 2 (8%)
Taylor Moton 70 (100%) 2 (8%)
Daryl Williams 70 (100%) 2 (8%)
Will Grier 70 (100%)
Matt Paradis 65 (93%) 2 (8%)
Trai Turner 65 (93%)
Christian McCaffrey 63 (90%)
Curtis Samuel 53 (76%)
Chris Hogan 52 (74%) 3 (12%)
Jarius Wright 40 (57%)
Greg Olsen 40 (57%)
Ian Thomas 32 (46%)
Chris Manhertz 21 (30%) 9 (35%)
Brandon Zylstra 17 (24%) 12 (46%)
DeAndrew White 14 (20%) 18 (69%)
Reggie Bonnafon 8 (11%) 13 (50%)
DJ Moore 6 (9%)
Chris Reed 5 (7%) 2 (8%)
Tyler Larsen 5 (7%) 2 (8%)
Alex Armah 4 (6%) 18 (69%)
  • Christian McCaffrey played 90 percent of the snaps en route to a career day where he set franchise and NFL records with 15 receptions for 119 yards.
  • Chris Hogan played a season-high 52 snaps as he took on playing time for DJ Moore (6 snaps) who left the game with a concussion in the first quarter. Hogan finished with two receptions for 16 yards.
  • The Panthers tight ends combined for 93 total snaps as Greg Olsen (40 snaps), Ian Thomas (32 snaps) and Chris Manhertz (21 snaps) all saw significant playing time. It tied the most snaps for Ian Thomas in a game where Olsen where Olsen was fully healthy over the last two seasons.
  • Brandon Zylstra had a career-high 17 snaps at wide receiver, making one catch for three yards.
Table inside Article
Player Defensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Jermaine Carter 64 (100%) 11 (42%)
James Bradberry 64 (100%) 6 (23%)
Ross Cockrell 64 (100%) 6 (23%)
Luke Kuechly 64 (100%) 6 (23%)
Tre Boston 64 (100%)
Eric Reid 62 (97%) 6 (23%)
Javien Elliott 54 (84%) 10 (38%)
Bruce Irvin 38 (59%) 6 (23%)
Gerald McCoy 35 (55%) 6 (23%)
Mario Addison 35 (55%)
Efe Obada 32 (50%) 8 (31%)
Stacy McGee 32 (50%) 3 (12%)
Kyle Love 31 (48%) 6 (23%)
Brian Burns 24 (38%) 11 (42%)
Wes Horton 20 (31%)
Vernon Butler 19 (30%) 3 (12%)
Cole Luke 2 (3%) 14 (54%)
  • Ross Cockrell started and played every snap at cornerback as Donte Jackson only saw four snaps on special teams. Javien Elliott (54 snaps) saw most of the action in the nickel corner position.
  • Jermaine Carter played 100 percent of the snaps for the first time in his career as he started for the injured Shaq Thompson.
  • Stacy McGee played his most snaps since 2017 with Washington as he played in place of Vernon Butler (19 snaps) who was ejected in the second half.
  • Brian Burns played 24 snaps and recorded a sack a week after he played just seven snaps against the Seahawks.
Table inside Article
Player Special Teams Snaps
Colin Jones 24 (92%)
Jordan Kunaszyk 18 (69%)
Andre Smith 18 (69%)
Mike Davis 15 (58%)
Michael Palardy 7 (27%)
J.J. Jansen 7 (27%)
Joey Slye 5 (19%)
Donte Jackson 4 (15%)

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