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2017 Regular Season Snap Counts: Offense


Check out how many offensive snap counts Washington Redskins players appeared on during the 2017 regular season.

For the second straight year, Washington Redskins quarterback Trent Williams was under center for more than 1,000 offensive snaps. Cousins, in fact, was the only Redskins player to record more than 1,000 offensive snaps with 1,008.

Check out the Redskins top 10 players in 2017 for offensive snap counts .

Unlike last season, though, when Cousins was one of only four quarterbacks in the NFL to play 100 percent of a team's offensive snap counts, backup Colt McCoy came in for four plays in place of the Michigan State product in Washington's Week 14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

Below is the complete list of offensive snap counts from the season along with some nuggets of info:

  • Kirk Cousins 1,008
  • Morgan Moses 958
  • Brandon Scherff 867
  • Vernon Davis 799
  • Josh Doctson 752
  • Jamison Crowder 670
  • Trent Williams 615
  • Ryan Grant 612
  • Shawn Lauvao 531
  • Chase Roullier 457
  • Arie Kouandjio 424
  • Spencer Long 397
  • Terrelle Pryor Sr. 378
  • Samaje Perine 359
  • Chris Thompson 338
  • Ty Nsekhe 305
  • Niles Paul 300
  • Jordan Reed 234
  • Tony Bergstrom 193
  • Tyler Catalina 187

T.J. Clemmings 142 * Rob Kelley 136 * Jeremy Sprinkle 126 * Kapri Bibbs 102 * Brian Quick 77 * Maurice Harris 76 * Byron Marshall 50 * Mack Brown 14 * LeShun Daniels 14 * Ryan Anderson 6 * Colt McCoy 4 * Dare Ogunbowale 1

-- Morgan Moses played through ankle issues throughout the season to start all 16 games for the Redskins while leading all Washington offensive linemen with 958 snaps.

--Speaking of the offensive line, eight linemen recorded at least 300 offensive snap counts including rookie Chase Roullier and 2015 draft selection Arie Kouandjio, who was signed back by Washington mid-season after he spent the beginning of the year on Baltimore's practice squad.

--After playing just 31 offensive plays during an injury-shortened rookie season, Josh Doctson led all Redskins wide receivers in offensive snaps with 752. On those plays, he recorded 35 receptions for 502 yards and a team-high six touchdowns.

--In a season in which the Redskins had nine running backs appear on the active roster at some point, none recorded more than 360 offensive snaps. Rookie Samaje Perine led the group with 359 offensive snaps.

--Washington has used linebackers at fullback in the past, as was the case this year when rookie Ryan Anderson appeared on six offensive plays. 

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