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Snap Counts: Redskins-Giants (2017 Regular Season, Week 12)

Check out this week's snap counts for the Washington Redskins in their game against the New York Giants.


Offense (71 Snaps):

  • Ty Nsekhe 71

Tony Begrstrom 71 * Brandon Scherff 71 * Arie Kouandjio 71 * Trent Williams 71 * Josh Doctson 71 * Morgan Moses 67 * Vernon Davis 65 * Samaje Perine 50 * Ryan Grant 49 * Jamison Crowder 37 * Niles Paul 32 * Byron Marshall 21 * Jeremy Sprinkle 18 * Maurice Harris 12 * Tyler Catalina 4

Defense (57 Snaps):

  • Deshazor Everett 57
  • D.J. Swearinger 57

Check out these photos of the Redskins' postgame celebration after beating the New York Giants.

Josh Norman 57 * Zach Brown 55 * Bashaud Breeland 52 * Ryan Kerrigan 46 * Matt Ioannidis 41 * Preston Smith 41 * Zach Vigil 39 * Ziggy Hood 35 * Jonathan Allen 33 * Anthony Lanier II 26 * Stacy McGee 21 * Junior Galette 21 * Josh Harvey-Clemons 17 * A.J. Francis 14 * Ryan Anderson 8 * Quinton Dunbar 6 * Pete Robertson 1

Special Teams:

  • Chris Carter 26
  • Fabian Moreau 26
  • Pete Robertson 24
  • Quinton Dunbar 22
  • Joshua Holsey 19
  • Brian Quick 17
  • Jeremy Sprinkle 16
  • Deshazor Everett 15
  • Ryan Anderson 12
  • Nick Sundberg 11
  • Tress Way 11
  • Nick Rose 9
  • LeShun Daniels 8
  • Jamison Crowder 8
  • Niles Paul 8
  • Kendall Fuller 8
  • Maurice Harris 7
  • Zach Vigil 7
  • Ryan Kerrigan 6
  • A.J. Francis 6
  • Ziggy Hood 5
  • Ty Nsekhe 4
  • Tony Bergstrom 4
  • Brandon Scherff 4
  • Arie Kouandjio 4
  • Byron Marshall 3
  • Morgan Moses 2
  • Ryan Grant 2
  • D.J. Swearinger 2
  • Zach Brown 2
  • Matt Ioannidis 2
  • Preston Smith 2
  • Anthony Lanier II 2
  • Stacy McGee 2

Notes:

  • For the first time in his career, wide receiver Josh Doctson took every single snap on the offensive side of the football in a game. The second-year TCU product finished the night with two catches for 28 yards and a touchdown.
  • While the Redskins offensive line going into the game was without three key players, four of the five starters played the entire game while Morgan Moses missed just four plays.
  • Defensively, Zach Vigil (39) and Josh Harvey-Clemons (17) split snaps alongside Zach Brown at inside linebacker. Vigil got the start, becoming the fourth Redskins linebacker to be paired with Brown in the starting lineup this season. 
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