After the jump is your weekly snap report from Mike Clay at Pro Football Focus.
Chris Johnson’s 61 snaps led the Titans’ offense in Week 16. Jamie Harper worked only five plays. Nate Washington’s 54 snaps led the wide receivers. Damian Williams was involved on 53 plays and Lavelle Hawkins saw 36. Donnie Avery (16 snaps) and Marc Mariani (10) also saw some offensive action. Jared Cook worked 38 snaps to lead the tight ends, 35 of which were pass plays. Cook’s 88:8 Pass Play:Run Play ratio over the last two weeks isn’t news, but his 19 targets in that span is. Craig Stevens was in on 29 plays and Daniel Graham handled nine.
It is interesting that Avery was out there for 16 snaps this week. The way they have handled him hasn't made a lot of sense. It seems like they would want to give him opportunities to show what he has so they could know if they want to bring him back next year or not.
Then again, maybe they have seen all they need to see in practice.