NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 30: Matt Hassellbeck #8 of the Tennessee Titans gives instructions to his team during the NFL game against the Indianapolis Colts at LP Field on October 30, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Here is the fine snap count work turned in by Mike Clay of PFF:
Nate Washington and Damian Williams each ran 31 pass routes on 54 snaps in the team’s Week 8 win. Lavelle Hawkins was next up among the wideouts with 30. Marc Mariani (eight snaps) and Donnie Avery (four) chipped in a few a snaps of their own. Jared Cook saw only two targets, but was in on 40 snaps and ran 29 pass routes. He trails only Washington and Chris Johnson in snaps among offensive skill position players this season. Daniel Graham was in on 37 snaps, but blocked on 28 of them. Javon Ringer played 33 snaps, which was just ahead of Johnson’s 30. Jamie Harper was in on two plays.
It is disappointing that Avery was only on the field four snaps. I was really hoping he would be able to make a contribution after the bye week. So far the only thing he has done is draw a pass interference call against the Texans.
Ringer played more snaps than CJ. That would have never, under any circumstance, happened with Jeff Fisher in charge.