Snap Counts: Colts-Seahawks, Week 4

Intro: The Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks met up for their 2017 regular season Week 4 matchup Sunday at CenturyLink Field. What were the snap counts for the Colts players in the matchup?

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SEATTLE —It's time to take a look at the unofficial snap counts from Sunday's Week 4 Indianapolis Colts-Seattle Seahawks primetime matchup at CenturyLink Field.

The Colts fell to 1-3 on the season with a 46-18 loss, and hope to get back in the win column in front of their home fans this Sunday, when they play host to the San Francisco 49ers at Lucas Oil Stadium.

But before we get there, let's take a look at the Week 4 participation, courtesy of the NFL GSIS (Game Statistics & Information) folks:

OFFENSEQuarterbacks:
- Jacoby Brissett: 60 offense* (100 percent)**

Running Backs:**
- Frank Gore: 35 offense (58 percent)

  • Robert Turbin: 19 offense (32 percent), 15 special teams (50 percent)
  • Matt Jones: 4 offense (7 percent)Tight Ends:
  • Jack Doyle: 48 offense (80 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent)
  • Darrell Daniels: 22 offense (37 percent), 15 special teams (50 percent)
  • Brandon Williams: 17 offense (28 percent), 19 special teams (63 percent)Wide Receivers:
  • Kamar Aiken: 51 offense (85 percent)
  • T.Y. Hilton: 51 offense (85 percent)
  • Donte Moncrief: 43 offense (72 percent)
  • Krishawn Hogan: 7 offense (12 percent), 4 special teams (13 percent)
  • Quan Bray: 1 offense (2 percent), 10 special teams (33 percent)Offensive Linemen:
  • Joe Haeg: 60 offense* (100 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent)
  • Jeremy Vujnovich: 60 offense* (100 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent)
  • Jack Mewhort: 60 offense* (100 percent), 2 special teams
  • Anthony Castonzo: 60 offense* (100 percent)
  • Adam Redmond: 58 offense (97 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent)
  • Le'Raven Clark: 2 offense (3 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent)
  • Deyshawn Bond: 2 offense (3 percent)

DEFENSEDefensive Linemen:
- Johnathan Hankins: 36 defense (53 percent)

  • Henry Anderson: 35 defense (51 percent), 9 special teams (30 percent)
  • Al Woods: 31 defense (46 percent), 8 special teams (27 percent)
  • Grover Stewart: 22 defense (32 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent)
  • Hassan Ridgeway: 18 defense (26 percent), 9 special teams (30 percent)
  • Margus Hunt: 15 defense (22 percent), 22 special teams (73 percent)Linebackers:
  • Jon Bostic: 68 defense* (100 percent), 8 special teams (27 percent)
  • John Simon: 61 defense (90 percent), 7 special teams (23 percent)
  • Antonio Morrison: 58 defense (85 percent), 12 special teams (40 percent)
  • Jabaal Sheard: 55 defense (81 percent)
  • Tarell Basham: 12 defense (18 percent), 12 special teams (40 percent)
  • Barkevious Mingo: 7 defense (10 percent), 20 special teams (67 percent)
  • Sean Spence: 20 special teams (67 percent)
  • Jeremiah George: 19 special teams (63 percent)Cornerbacks:
  • Rashaan Melvin: 68 defense* (100 percent), 8 special teams (27 percent)
  • Vontae Davis: 68 defense* (100 percent)
  • Nate Hairston: 48 defense (71 percent)
  • Kenny Moore II: 27 special teams* (90 percent)
  • Pierre Desir: 4 special teams (13 percent)Safeties:
  • Malik Hooker: 68 defense* (100 percent)
  • Matthias Farley: 62 defense (91 percent), 16 special teams (53 percent)
  • Darius Butler: 15 defense (22 percent), 8 special teams (27 percent)
  • T.J. Green: 1 defense (1 percent), 21 special teams (70 percent)

SPECIAL TEAMERS
- Rigoberto Sanchez: 12 special teams (40 percent)

  • Luke Rhodes: 8 special teams (27 percent)
  • Adam Vinatieri: 2 special teams (7 percent)

DID NOT PLAY
- Scott Tolzien

INACTIVE
- Andrew Luck

  • Marlon Mack
  • Chris Milton
  • Quincy Wilson
  • Anthony Walker
  • Ryan Kelly
  • Chester Rogers

(denotes most on team)*

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