Snap Counts: Colts-Steelers, Preseason Week 3

Intro: The Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers met up for a preseason matchup Saturday at Heinz Field. What were the snap counts for the Colts players in the matchup?

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PITTSBURGH —The Indianapolis Colts moved one step closer to the 2017 regular season on Saturday, as they traveled to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers in their third preseason game of the year.

The final result was a 19-15 Colts victory, Indy's first win of the preseason. And, participation-wise, the team took a noticeable shift in playing time across the board for its third preseason game, which is typically known as an NFL team's "dress rehearsal" for the regular season.

Next up is Thursday night's preseason finale against the Cincinnati Bengals at Lucas Oil Stadium, but first, here are the unofficial Colts snap counts from Saturday's game, courtesy of the NFL GSIS (Game Statistics & Information) folks:

OFFENSEQuarterbacks:
- Stephen Morris: 33 offense* (56 percent)

  • Scott Tolzien: 20 offense (34 percent)
  • Phillip Walker: 6 offense (10 percent)Running Backs:
  • Josh Ferguson: 27 offense (46 percent), 1 special teams (4 percent)
  • Marlon Mack: 20 offense (34 percent)
  • Frank Gore: 12 offense (20 percent)
  • George Winn: 5 special teams (20 percent)Tight Ends:
  • Jack Doyle: 31 offense (53 percent), 4 special teams (16 percent)
  • Darrell Daniels: 27 offense (46 percent), 6 special teams (24 percent)
  • Brandon Williams: 17 offense (29 percent), 7 special teams (28 percent)
  • Henry Krieger-Coble: 11 offense (19 percent), 4 special teams (16 percent)Wide Receivers:
  • JoJo Natson: 25 offense (42 percent), 6 special teams (24 percent)
  • Kamar Aiken: 25 offense (42 percent), 6 special teams (24 percent)
  • Jacoby Brissett: 23 offense (39 percent)
  • Fred Brown: 23 offense (39 percent)
  • Bug Howard: 21 offense (36 percent)
  • Quan Bray: 13 offense (22 percent), 7 special teams (28 percent)
  • Donte Moncrief: 12 offense (20 percent)
  • Valdez Showers: 3 offense (5 percent), 1 special teams (4 percent)
  • Marvin Bracy: 3 offense (5 percent)
  • Brian Riley: 1 offense (2 percent)
  • Justice Liggins: 1 special teams (4 percent)Offensive Linemen:
  • Denzelle Good: 31 offense (53 percent), 3 special teams (12 percent)
  • Jeremy Vujnovich: 31 offense (53 percent), 2 special teams (8 percent)
  • Anthony Castonzo: 31 offense (53 percent)
  • Deyshawn Bond: 31 offense (53 percent)
  • Joe Haeg: 30 offense (51 percent)
  • Le'Raven Clark: 29 offense (49 percent), 4 special teams (16 percent)
  • Zach Banner: 29 offense (49 percent), 4 special teams (16 percent)
  • Adam Redmond: 28 offense (47 percent), 4 special teams (16 percent)
  • Fahn Cooper: 28 offense (47 percent), 1 special teams (4 percent)
  • Andrew Wylie: 28 offense (47 percent), 1 special teams (4 percent)**

DEFENSEDefensive Linemen:**
- T.Y. McGill: 34 defense (44 percent), 2 special teams (8 percent)

  • Grover Stewart: 26 defense (34 percent), 5 special teams (20 percent)
  • Henry Anderson: 22 defense (29 percent), 2 special teams (8 percent)
  • David Parry: 20 defense (26 percent), 1 special teams (4 percent)
  • Hassan Ridgeway: 18 defense (23 percent), 1 special teams (4 percent)
  • Margus Hunt: 17 defense (22 percent), 11 special teams (44 percent)
  • Josh Boyd: 17 defense (22 percent)
  • Al Woods: 14 defense (18 percent), 2 special teams (8 percent)
  • Jhaustin Thomas: 14 defense (18 percent)Linebackers:
  • Anthony Walker: 42 defense (55 percent), 18 special teams* (72 percent)
  • Jon Bostic: 35 defense (45 percent), 4 special teams (16 percent)
  • Darnell Sankey: 35 defense (45 percent), 3 special teams (12 percent)
  • Antonio Morrison: 32 defense (42 percent), 3 special teams (12 percent)
  • Akeem Ayers: 26 defense (34 percent), 8 special teams (32 percent)
  • Tarell Basham: 25 defense (32 percent), 13 special teams (52 percent)
  • Jabaal Sheard: 24 defense (31 percent), 3 special teams (12 percent)
  • John Simon: 24 defense (31 percent), 3 special teams (12 percent)
  • Lavar Edwards: 22 defense (29 percent), 1 special teams (4 percent)
  • Barkevious Mingo: 19 defense (25 percent), 13 special teams (52 percent)
  • Garrett Sickels: 7 defense (9 percent), 5 special teams (20 percent)
  • Luke Rhodes: 8 special teams (32 percent)Cornerbacks:
  • Rashaan Melvin: 35 defense (45 percent), 2 special teams (8 percent)
  • Chris Culliver: 34 defense (44 percent), 2 special teams (8 percent)
  • Chris Milton: 28 defense (36 percent), 11 special teams (44 percent)
  • Corey White: 27 defense (35 percent)
  • Nate Hairston: 26 defense (34 percent), 6 special teams (24 percent)
  • Vontae Davis: 21 defense (27 percent)
  • Dante Blackmon: 2 defense (3 percent), 5 special teams (20 percent)Safeties:
  • Lee Hightower: 45 defense* (58 percent), 10 special teams (40 percent)
  • Tyvis Powell: 42 defense (55 percent), 7 special teams (28 percent)
  • Matthias Farley: 35 defense (45 percent), 9 special teams (36 percent)
  • Darius Butler: 35 defense (45 percent), 2 special teams (8 percent)
  • T.J. Green: 24 defense (31 percent), 7 special teams (28 percent)
  • Andrew Williamson: 9 defense (12 percent), 14 special teams (56 percent)
  • Tyson Graham Jr.: 2 defense (3 percent), 8 special teams (32 percent)**

SPECIAL TEAMERS:**
- Punter Rigoberto Sanchez: 8 special teams (32 percent)

  • Punter Jeff Locke: 5 special teams (20 percent)
  • Kicker Adam Vinatieri: 4 special teams (16 percent)**

DID NOT PLAY**
- Quarterback Andrew Luck

  • Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton
  • Safety Clayton Geathers
  • Safety Malik Hooker
  • Cornerback Quincy Wilson
  • Running back Robert Turbin
  • Running back Troymaine Pope
  • Long snapper Thomas Hennessy
  • Tight end Steven Wroblewski
  • Linebacker Edwin Jackson
  • Linebacker Sean Spence
  • Linebacker Jeremiah George
  • Tackle Arturo Uzdavinis
  • Center/guard Brian Schwenke
  • Guard Jack Mewhort
  • Center Ryan Kelly
  • Guard Terran Vaughn
  • Wide receiver Chester Rogers
  • Tight end Mo Alie-Cox
  • Defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins

( denotes most on team)*

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