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Snap counts: Week 13 vs. New Orleans

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Dec. 3, 2013 at 12:09 pm with 16 Comments »
December 24, 2013 12:19 am

A lot of Clinton McDonald and Tony McDaniel in the middle and Jeremy Lane in as the nickel back. Also, Breno Giacomini, Max Unger and Russell Okung played 100 percent of the offensive snaps.

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  1. If we can keep both Russell’s at 100% snap counts, I like our chances moving forward.

  2. 3 defensive snaps for Shead. Didn’t notice him; I guess that’s good….

  3. Is Gresham still our long-snapper?

  4. Todd Dybas says:

    Gresham had nine snaps. Sorry. He was last and was bumped off.

    — Todd

  5. chuck_easton says:

    Looking at the snap counts for Carp and McQ looks like there will be a platoon situation the remainder of the season.

    It appeared they were alternating series. It would be just a bit of a tell if Carp was in for all the run plays and McQ in for the pass plays I guess.

    So, now it would be good to see a comparision between just those two as to which had more success.

    But honestly, if Carroll and Cable like the platoon thing I’m not going to rock the boat. Keeps Carp from getting tired and keeps McQ from getting run down.

  6. danooly says:

    No problem, Todd. Here’s Clint’s words, from an article on “I guess it’s a good thing when you don’t know who your long snapper is – that means they’re doing their job. People only know who the long snapper is when the ball goes sailing over the punter’s head.”

  7. chuck,

    funny thing about that Carpenter/McQuistan platoon at LG… I think Carpenter was in the game on all the passing TDs and most of the big passing plays in the game.

    So much for the theory that he’ll be a liability in pass pro. The light bulb is just starting to come on for that guy and he’s coming into his own. Experience-wise, he’s just in his second year at this point.

  8. DFloydd says:

    I was right you guys! I know alot about watching football games. I said two months ago I was going to watch the game last night and I DID! Some of you are brainwashed and didn’t believe me but once again I was right. smh.. :) (couldn’t help it, sorry)

  9. AKhawkFan says:

    Notice that there is 12. I totally did that on purpose. Go Hawks!

  10. Seahawks22360 says:

    Thomas was a beast last night! That guy is definitely the motor that runs our elite D. He’s definitely letting his “showboating” come out too lol. GO HAWKS!

  11. Seahawks22360 says:

    Whoops, over use of the word definitely

  12. DFloydd says:

    Definitely! Ha!

  13. raymaines says:

    After doing the math, it looks like JR (It ain’t easy being) Sweezy played eight snaps at fullback. Wow! A 6’5″ 300 lb. fullback! I don’t know if he can run or catch, but he can block the sun! Seriously, things get very dark when he’s in front of and coming at you.

    Like all coaches everywhere, PC is evasive, but he never actually lies. Now, more than ever, I totally believe the Seahawks are 100% committed to a run first offense. RW might put up a never ending string of 400 yard passing games but it will only be because of the threat of Beast Mode jamming your head down through your butt.

    I know the Seahawks aren’t going undefeated for the next ten years or anything, but I can’t think of any particular reason why they just have to lose a game either.

    Maybe for the very last time: Geoux ‘Hawks!!

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