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Titans vs. Jaguars Snap Report

A look at how many snaps each player played against the Jaguars.

Scott Cunningham

Here is a look at the snaps played from yesterday's debacle in Jacksonville:

On offense all five lineman and Jake Locker played all 71 snaps. After that it was Nate Washington at 57, Kenny Britt at 54 and Chris Johnson at 53. Britt has been a non-factor, even with the TD catch yesterday, for most of the season. He should be healthy at this point. It is time for him to be a difference maker.

The next tier included Jared Cook with 46, Kendall Wright with 39 and Craig Stevens with 37. I am pretty much done with Cook- even to the point that I don't care if they let him walk in the offseason. He is better than Ben Troupe ever was, but he has the same consistency problems that Troupe had here.

Damian Williams (25), Quinn Johnson (17), Darius Reynaud (16) and Taylor Thompson (11) rounded out the offense. DWill had the opportunity to make the most significant contribution on 25 snaps this season but didn't.

On defense Michael Griffin, Jason McCourty and Colin McCarthy played all 64 snaps. It is obviously a very good sign that McCarthy was out there for all of the snaps. His ankle seems to be much closer to 100% than it has been all season.

After that you had Alterraun Verner with 62, Kamerion Wimbley with 61, Sen'Derrick Marks with 60, Derrick Morgan with 60 and Jurrell Casey with 60. The days of the Jim Washburn defensive line rotation are long gone.

Zach Brown played 57 snaps. I really like the way Jerry Gray has been using Brown lately.

After that you had Jordan Babineaux (40), Akeem Ayers (34), Coty Sensabaugh (33) and Robert Johnson (25). Ayers has seen a dramatic drop off in snaps played, but he is being dramatically more productive.

Ryan Mouton (5), Mike Martin (5), Scott Solomon (4), Jarius Wynn (3) and Karl Klug (3). Remember when Klug was a factor?