Snap Counts: Panthers at Colts in preseason opener

Snap Counts

CHARLOTTE - View the snap counts and playtime percentage for the Panthers in the preseason opener at Indianapolis.

Table inside Article
PlayerOffensive SnapsSpecial Teams Snaps
Sam Tecklenburg58 (100%)2 (7%)
Brady Christensen55 (95%)6 (22%)
Mike Horton38 (66%)6 (22%)
Aaron Monteiro34 (59%)6 (22%)
Greg Little33 (57%)6 (22%)
P.J. Walker31 (53%)
Chuba Hubbard28 (48%)
Will Grier27 (47%)
Giovanni Ricci24 (41%)10 (37%)
Brandon Zylstra24 (41%)7 (26%)
Omar Bayless23 (40%)6 (22%)
Mike Kaskey23 (40%)4 (15%)
Tommy Tremble22 (38%)11 (41%)
Spencer Brown21 (36%)5 (19%)
Terrace Marshall Jr.21 (36%)1 (4%)
Deonte Brown21 (36%)
Colin Thompson17 (29%)10 (37%)
Ishmael Hyman17 (29%)8 (30%)
Shi Smith15 (26%)
Martez Ivey14 (24%)6 (22%)
David Moore14 (24%)2 (7%)
Trent Scott14 (24%)
C.J. Saunders12 (21%)6 (22%)
Micah Simon12 (21%)
Krishawn Hogan11 (19%)4 (15%)
Stephen Sullivan11 (19%)3 (11%)
Darius Clark9 (16%)6 (22%)
Rod Smith8 (14%)12 (44%)
Trenton Cannon1 (2%)8 (30%)
  • Center Sam Tecklenburg played every snap at center as neither Matt Paradis nor Pat Elflein dressed for the game. Tecklenburg was the only player on either team to play every snap.
  • Tackle Brady Christensen nearly played every snap, missing just three snaps between his stints at right tackle and left guard.
  • Although Trent Scott (14 snaps) started at left tackle, Greg Little (33 snaps) got the majority of work at the position.
  • Quarterback PJ Walker had 31 snaps in the first half, compared to Will Grier's 27 snaps in the second half.
  • Chuba Hubbard got the majority of work at running back (28 snaps), followed by Spencer Brown (21 snaps) and Darius Clark (9 snaps). Fullback Rod Smith had eight snaps.
Table inside Article
PlayerDefensive SnapsSpecial Teams Snaps
Jalen Julius61 (78%)5 (19%)
Jonathan Celestin55 (71%)13 (48%)
Christian Miller53 (68%)1 (4%)
Stantley Thomas-Oliver50 (64%)12 (44%)
Paddy Fisher49 (63%)12 (44%)
Josh Bynes49 (63%)2 (7%)
Sean Chandler41 (53%)8 (30%)
Keith Taylor41 (53%)6 (22%)
Bravvion Roy41 (53%)2 (7%)
Yetur Gross-Matos41 (53%)2 (7%)
Phil Hoskins40 (51%)1 (4%)
Daviyon Nixon39 (50%)3 (11%)
Kenny Robinson38 (49%)5 (19%)
Troy Pride Jr.37 (47%)6 (22%)
Kendall Donnerson37 (47%)1 (4%)
Frank Herron34 (44%)
Marquis Haynes31 (40%)11 (41%)
LaDarius Wiley27 (35%)6 (22%)
Doug Middleton25 (32%)13 (48%)
Brian Cole24 (31%)16 (59%)
Rashaan Melvin18 (23%)2 (7%)
Sam Franklin18 (23%)1 (4%)
Frankie Luvu9 (12%)2 (7%)
  • Cornerback Jalen Julius (61 snaps) had the most snaps of any defensive player, as he and Jonathan Celestin (55 snaps) tied for the team lead with seven tackles.
  • Despite only being signed last week prior to the trip to Indianapolis, Josh Bynes started at linebacker and played 49 snaps with five tackles, including a tackle for loss.
  • Rookie draft picks Keith Taylor Jr. (41 snaps), Phil Hoskins (40 snaps) and Daviyon Nixon (39 snaps) all played about half the snaps, combining for six tackles and a pass deflection.
  • Frankie Luvu only played nine snaps, but made the most of them as he came up with a big sack on fourth and short to force a turnover on downs.
Table inside Article
PlayerSpecial Teams Snaps
Joey Slye12 (44%)
Joseph Charlton10 (37%)
J.J. Jansen6 (22%)
Thomas Fletcher4 (15%)

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