Snap Counts: Colts-Texans (Week 9)

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INDIANAPOLIS —It’s time to take a look at the unofficial snap counts from Sunday’s Week 9 Indianapolis Colts-Houston Texans matchup at NRG Stadium.

The Colts were able to hold off the Texans’ last-minute charge at a potential game-winning play, as outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard stripped quarterback Tom Savage on the final play of the game — a fourth and goal effort from the seven-yard line — and officially shut the door on Indy’s 20-14 victory, the team’s first both on the road and within AFC South Division play in 2017.

The Colts (3-6) now return home to play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers before taking a few days to recharge the batteries during the team’s bye week. The Steelers, who were on their bye week this past week, last played Oct. 29 and improved to 6-2 on the year with a 20-15 victory over the Detroit Lions — Pittsburgh’s third straight win of the season.

But before we get to that matchup, let’s take a look at the Week 9 participation, courtesy of the NFL GSIS (Game Statistics & Information) folks:

**OFFENSE

Quarterbacks:* - Jacoby Brissett: 66 offense (100 percent)Running Backs:
- Frank Gore: 40 offense (61 percent)

  • Marlon Mack: 27 offense (41 percent)
  • Josh Ferguson: 9 special teams (31 percent)Tight Ends:
  • Jack Doyle: 62 offense (94 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent)
  • Brandon Williams: 21 offense (32 percent), 19 special teams (66 percent)
  • Darrell Daniels: 5 offense (8 percent), 18 special teams (62 percent)Wide Receivers:
  • T.Y. Hilton: 60 offense (91 percent)
  • Donte Moncrief: 50 offense (76 percent)
  • Kamar Aiken: 49 offense (74 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent)
  • Chester Rogers: 15 offense (23 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent)
  • Quan Bray: 16 special teams (55 percent)Offensive Linemen:
  • Kyle Kalis: 66 offense* (100 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent)
  • Joe Haeg: 66 offense* (100 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent)
  • Jeremy Vujnovich: 66 offense* (100 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent)
  • Ryan Kelly: 66 offense* (100 percent)
  • Anthony Castonzo: 66 offense* (100 percent)
  • Mike Person: 1 offense (2 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent)
  • Le'Raven Clark: 4 special teams (14 percent)**

DEFENSEDefensive Linemen:**
- Henry Anderson: 55 defense (77 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent)

  • Johnathan Hankins: 38 defense (54 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent)
  • Margus Hunt: 33 defense (46 percent), 11 special teams (38 percent)
  • Al Woods: 32 defense (45 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent)
  • Hassan Ridgeway: 7 defense (10 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent)
  • Grover Stewart: 7 defense (10 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent)Linebackers:
  • Jon Bostic: 71 defense* (100 percent)
  • Jabaal Sheard: 65 defense (92 percent)
  • Barkevious Mingo: 46 defense (65 percent), 14 special teams (48 percent)
  • Antonio Morrison: 42 defense (59 percent), 13 special teams (45 percent)
  • Jeremiah George: 27 defense (38 percent), 18 special teams (62 percent)
  • Tarell Basham: 11 defense (15 percent), 15 special teams (53 percent)
  • Darnell Sankey: 18 special teams (62 percent)
  • Anthony Walker: 17 special teams (59 percent)Cornerbacks:
  • Pierre Desir: 71 defense* (100 percent)
  • Rashaan Melvin: 71 defense* (100 percent)
  • Nate Hairston: 63 defense (89 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent)
  • Kenny Moore II: 25 special teams* (86 percent)
  • Chris Milton: 25 special teams*(86 percent)Safeties:
  • Matthias Farley: 71 defense* (100 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent)
  • Darius Butler: 63 defense (89 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent)
  • T.J. Green: 8 defense (11 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent)**

SPECIAL TEAMERS**
- Rigoberto Sanchez: 15 special teams (52 percent)

  • Luke Rhodes: 10 special teams (34 percent)
    • Adam Vinatieri: 4 special teams (14 percent)

DID NOT PLAY
- Scott Tolzien

  • Tyreek Burwell**

INACTIVE**
- Vontae Davis

  • Quincy Wilson
  • Matt Jones
  • Josh Perry
  • John Simon
  • Isaiah Williams
  • Dillon Day

(denotes most on team)*

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