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Titans vs. Dolphins Snap Report: Coty Sensabaugh is Now Your Nickel

A look at how many snaps each player played in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.

Marc Serota

Coty Sensabaugh has been promoted to the nickel corner. He played 27 snaps yesterday compared to just 19 for Ryan Mouton. This team has wanted Mouton to be good since they reached for him in the third round of the draft. It just hasn't happened. It is good to see Sensabaugh getting out there more.

The Titans have also officially made the switch to Zach Brown as an every down linebacker and Akeem Ayers in more of a specialized role. Brown played 51 snaps yesterday while Ayers played 23. This makes the pass defense so much better because Ayers can get after the passer and Brown is much better in coverage than Ayers.

The only interesting offensive number from the snap report is that Jared Cook was in on just 23 of the 61 offensive snaps yesterday. Some of that has to do with the game getting out of hand early, but this game from Cook was a microcosm of his entire career here. He made a great catch on a ball where he ran past a defender, but he also had a pass hit him right in the hands that he could not catch.

Here are the rest of the numbers:

OFFENSE (61 total snaps):

QB: Jake Locker 50, Matt Hasselbeck 11
RB: Chris Johnson 49, Darius Reynaud 10, Jamie whyishestillontheteam Harper 2
WR: Nate Washington 42, Kenny Britt 33, Damian Williams 27, Kendall Wright 25
OL: Michael Roos 61, Deuce Lutui 61, Fernando Velasco 60, Steve Hutchinson 50, David Stewart 50, Kevin Matthews 12, Mike Otto 11
TE: Craig Stevens 46, Taylor Thompson 24

DEFENSE (60 total snaps):

DL: Sen'Derrick Marks 43, Derrick Morgan 43, Kamerion Wimbley 43, Jurrell Casey 41, Mike Martin 21, Scott Solomon 16, Karl Klug 15, Jarius Wynn 9
LB: Colin McCarthy 41, Tim Shaw 19, Will Witherspoon 5
DB: Jason McCourty 60, Michael Griffin 60, Jordan Babineaux 56, Alterraun Verner 55, Tommie Campbell 5, Tracy Wilson 4, Robert Johnson 4