Snap Counts: Colts-Ravens

The Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens met up for their 2018 preseason Week 2 matchup on Monday at Lucas Oil Stadium. What were the snap counts for the Colts players in the matchup?

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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) in the huddle in the first half of an NFL preseason football game against the Baltimore Ravens in Indianapolis, Monday, Aug. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

INDIANAPOLIS — It's time to take a look at the unofficial snap counts from Monday's preseason Week 2 matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens.

The Colts jumped out to a 10-7 lead when wide receiver Chester Rogers recovered running back Jordan Wilkins' fumble in the end zone with 5:26 left in the second quarter, but the Ravens would take over from there. They added a field goal just before the end of the first half to tie things at 10, went ahead for good with a touchdown and another field goal in the third and fourth quarters, respectively, and then held off a furious Indy rally late to defeat the Colts, 20-19, at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Indianapolis takes on the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday at home in what will be the Colts' second of three games in a matter of 10 days to wrap up the preseason. The 49ers, like the Colts, are 1-1 this preseason, having defeated the Dallas Cowboys and then falling to the Houston Texans.

But before we completely move on to that Colts-49ers matchup, let's take a look at the preseason Week 2 participation, courtesy of the NFL GSIS (Game Statistics & Information) folks):

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks:

- Jacoby Brissett: 44 offense* (59 percent)

- Andrew Luck: 23 offense (31 percent)

- Phillip Walker: 7 offense (9 percent)

Running Backs:

- Christine Michael: 24 offense (32 percent)

- Nyheim Hines: 23 offense (31 percent), 13 special teams (41 percent)

- Jordan Wilkins: 22 offense (30 percent), 7 special teams (22 percent)

- Josh Ferguson: 5 offense (7 percent)

Tight Ends:

- Ross Travis: 26 offense (35 percent), 7 special teams (22 percent)

- Jack Doyle: 21 offense (28 percent), 4 special teams (12 percent)

- Erik Swoope: 21 offense (28 percent), 2 special teams (6 percent)

- Eric Ebron: 18 offense (24 percent)

- Darrell Daniels: 13 offense (18 percent), 13 special teams (41 percent)

Wide Receivers:

- Ryan Grant: 34 offense (46 percent)

- Chester Rogers: 33 offense (45 percent)

- Kasen Williams: 32 offense (43 percent), 5 special teams (16 percent)

- Zach Pascal: 32 offense (43 percent), 3 special teams (9 percent)

- Seantavius Jones: 28 offense (38 percent), 10 special teams (31 percent)

- Reece Fountain: 22 offense (30 percent), 6 special teams (19 percent)

- Steve Ishmael: 15 offense (20 percent), 2 special teams (6 percent)

Offensive Linemen:

- Joe Haeg: 38 offense (51 percent), 3 special teams (9 percent)

- Mark Glowinski: 38 offense (51 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent)

- Jeremy Vujnovich: 38 offense (51 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent)

- Braden Smith: 37 offense (50 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent)

- Matt Slauson: 36 offense (49 percent), 3 special teams (9 percent)

- Quenton Nelson: 36 offense (49 percent), 2 special teams (6 percent)

- Le'Raven Clark: 36 offense (49 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent)

- Ryan Kelly: 36 offense (49 percent)

- J'Marcus Webb: 33 offense (45 percent)

- Austin Howard: 29 offense (39 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent)

- Tyreek Burwell: 14 offense (19 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent)

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen:

- Grover Stewart: 40 defense* (57 percent), 5 special teams (16 percent)

- Hassan Ridgeway: 36 defense (51 percent), 3 special teams (9 percent)

- John Simon: 29 defense (41 percent), 6 special teams (19 percent)

- Tarell Basham: 27 defense (39 percent), 4 special teams (12 percent)

- Ryan Delaire: 27 defense (39 percent)

- Margus Hunt: 25 defense (36 percent), 6 special teams (19 percent)

- Jabaal Sheard: 21 defense (30 percent), 3 special teams (9 percent)

- Denico Autry: 20 defense (29 percent), 2 special teams (6 percent)

- Chris McCain: 19 defense (27 percent), 2 special teams (6 percent)

- Al Woods: 18 defense (26 percent), 6 special teams (19 percent)

- Tomasi Laulile: 18 defense (26 percent)

Linebackers:

- Zaire Franklin: 31 defense (44 percent), 12 special teams (38 percent)

- Matthew Adams: 31 defense (44 percent), 10 special teams (31 percent)

- Skai Moore: 29 defense (40 percent), 4 special teams (12 percent)

- Darius Leonard: 28 defense (40 percent)

- Najee Goode: 17 defense (24 percent), 15 special teams (47 percent)

- Tyrell Adams: 13 defense (19 percent), 14 special teams (44 percent)

- Antonio Morrison: 11 defense (16 percent), 16 special teams (50 percent)

- Jeremiah George: 6 defense (9 percent), 23 special teams* (72 percent)

Cornerbacks:

- Quincy Wilson: 26 defense (37 percent), 3 special teams (9 percent)

- Pierre Desir: 24 defense (34 percent), 5 special teams (16 percent)

- Nate Hairston: 22 defense (31 percent), 12 special teams (38 percent)

- D.J. White: 21 defense (30 percent), 6 special teams (19 percent)

- Robert Jackson: 21 defense (30 percent), 5 special teams (16 percent)

- Lashard Durr: 20 defense (29 percent), 4 special teams (12 percent)

- Kenny Moore II: 19 defense (27 percent), 11 special teams (34 percent)

- Chris Milton: 18 defense (26 percent), 4 special teams (12 percent)

- Henre' Toliver: 14 defense (20 percent), 4 special teams (12 percent)

Safeties:

- George Odum: 31 defense (44 percent), 15 special teams (47 percent)

- T.J. Green: 29 defense (41 percent), 11 special teams (34 percent)

- Matthias Farley: 29 defense (40 percent), 12 special teams (38 percent)

- Ronald Martin: 21 defense (30 percent), 11 special teams (34 percent)

- Clayton Geathers: 20 defense (29 percent), 2 special teams (6 percent)

- Robensen Therezie: 11 defense (16 percent)

SPECIAL TEAMERS

- Rigoberto Sanchez: 13 special teams (41 percent)

- Luke Rhodes: 10 special teams (31 percent)

- Mike Badgley: 3 special teams (9 percent)

- Adam Vinatieri: 3 special teams (9 percent)

DID NOT PLAY

- Deyshawn Bond

- K.J. Brent

- Nick Callender

- Anthony Castonzo

- Chris Cooper

- Denzelle Good

- Cobi Hamilton

- Matt Hazel

- T.Y. Hilton

- Krishawn Hogan

- Malik Hooker

- Anthony Johnson

- Brad Kaaya

- Tyquan Lewis

- Marlon Mack

- Rakeem Nunez-Roches

- Branden Oliver

- Kemoko Turay

- Robert Turbin

- Anthony Walker

- James Wright

(*denotes most on team)

After two joint practices the Baltimore Ravens met the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium for Indianapolis' preseason home opening game.

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