Snap Counts: Panthers at Bears

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Nearly all of Carolina's projected starters didn't see action on Thursday night at Chicago, which meant there were plenty of valuable snaps for some of the younger players.

Table inside Article
Player Offensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Brandon Greene 65 (100%) 5 (17%)
Taylor Hearn 64 (98%) 5 (17%)
Dennis Daley 48 (74%) 5 (17%)
Greg Little 48 (74%) 4 (14%)
Terry Godwin 40 (62%) 5 (17%)
DeAndrew White 34 (52%) 7 (24%)
Tyler Larsen 34 (52%) 2 (7%)
Andre Levrone 31 (48%) 8 (28%)
Kitt O'Brien 31 (48%) 5 (17%)
Jaydon Mickens 28 (43%) 7 (24%)
Will Grier 27 (42%)
Jason Vander Laan 26 (40%) 11 (38%)
Temarrick Hemingway 25 (38%) 5 (17%)
Reggie Bonnafon 23 (35%) 9 (31%)
Elijah Holyfield 23 (35%) 6 (21%)
Kyle Allen 21 (32%)
Ian Thomas 19 (29%)
Aldrick Robinson 19 (29%)
Norman Price 17 (26%) 3 (10%)
Kofi Amichia 17 (26%) 1 (3%)
Taylor Heinicke 17 (26%)
Cameron Artis-Payne 16 (25%) 1 (3%)
Chris Manhertz 13 (20%) 3 (10%)
Alex Armah 13 (20%)
Damion Jeanpiere 9 (14%) 6 (21%)
Rashad Ross 5 (8%) 8 (28%)
Cole Hunt 1 (2%) 6 (21%)
Rishard Cook 1 (2%)
  • Kyle Allen got the start at quarterback and played 21 snaps, while Will Grier had the most snaps under center at 27. Taylor Heinicke played 17 snaps to finish the game. Allen went 7-of-11 for 76 yards, Grier was 9-of-16 for 77 yards, one touchdown and an interception, while Heinicke was 4-of-9 for 35 yards.
  • Among the running backs, Reggie Bonnafon and Elijah Holyfield each logged 23 snaps. Holyfield tallied nine rushes for 26 yards and a touchdown to go with two receptions for 13 yards and another touchdown. Bonnafon ran four times four 23 yards and had four catches for 30 yards. Cameron Artis-Payne started the game and had 16 snaps in the first quarter (5 rush, 8 yds; 2 rec, 30 yds)
  • Rookies Greg Little and Dennis Daley each started and had 48 snaps on the left side of the offensive line. Taylor Hearn and Brandon Greene played most of the night on the right side of the line.
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Table inside Article
Player Defensive Snaps Special Teams Snaps
Christian Miller 44 (73%) 9 (31%)
Marquis Haynes 41 (68%) 9 (31%)
Josh Thornton 39 (65%) 14 (48%)
Ryan Pulley 39 (65%) 13 (45%)
Efe Obada 38 (63%) 3 (10%)
Andre Smith 36 (60%) 11 (38%)
Jared Norris 36 (60%) 10 (34%)
Woodrow Hamilton 36 (60%) 4 (14%)
Quin Blanding 31 (52%) 9 (31%)
Bijhon Jackson 28 (47%) 2 (7%)
Antwione Williams 24 (40%) 6 (21%)
Bryan Cox Jr. 22 (37%) 6 (21%)
Tre Boston 22 (37%) 3 (10%)
Cole Luke 22 (37%) 3 (10%)
Rashaan Gaulden 21 (35%) 7 (24%)
Corn Elder 21 (35%) 5 (17%)
Lorenzo Doss 21 (35%) 4 (14%)
Sione Teuhema 20 (33%) 7 (24%)
Javien Elliott 18 (30%) 1 (3%)
Jordan Kunaszyk 17 (28%) 18 (62%)
Corrion Ballard 17 (28%) 11 (38%)
Damian Parms 15 (25%) 9 (31%)
Vernon Butler 14 (23%)
Brian Burns 10 (17%)
Jermaine Carter 7 (12%) 1 (3%)
Colin Jones 7 (12%)
Kyle Love 7 (12%)
Ross Cockrell 7 (12%)
  • Brian Burns only played 10 snaps to start the game, but he made his presence felt with two sacks that set the defensive tone.
  • Marquis Haynes played 41 snaps, second to Christian Miller's 43 for the most on defense. Haynes had two second-half sacks and three total tackles for loss.
  • Tre Boston played 22 snaps off the bench as he worked his way back into playing shape. The Panthers signed him last week out of free agency.
  • Rashaan Gaulden made the most of his 21 snaps after coming in after the first few series. Gaulden had four tackles, a QB hurry/pass deflection and a forced fumble.
Table inside Article
Player Special Teams Snaps
Joey Slye 11 (38%)
Marcus Baugh 11 (38%)
JJ Jansen 9 (31%)
Michael Palardy 9 (31%)

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