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Eagles’ snap count vs. the Bills: Breakdown,…

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Eagles’ snap count vs. the Bills: Breakdown,...


The Philadelphia Eagles’ got a victory and moved to .500 on the season after a Week 8 win over the Bills. The Eagles offense was dominant upfront and it showed in the snap count, as the Birds ran 73 offensive plays.

The Eagles defense was normal in the 62 plays that were logged, but they did a good job of not giving up the big play while getting off the field on third downs.

Quarterback: Carson Wentz 73 snaps

Wentz played under control against the Bills, taking what the defense gave him while making a few huge throws and drive saving first down runs.

Running Back: Miles Sanders 13 snaps, Jordan Howard 53 snaps, Boston Scott 9 snaps

Jordan Howard was the workhorse again, and he battered the Bills all afternoon. Sanders left the game early with a shoulder injury, but x-rays came back negative and he’ll be day-to-day.

Wide receivers: Alshon Jeffery 55 snaps, Nelson Agholor 52 snaps, Mack Hollins 43 snaps, JJ Arcega-Whiteside 4 snaps

Agholor made his presence known on Sunday with a couple of huge catches and runs. Alshon Jeffery averaged 16 yards per catch as well.

Offensive Line: Isaac Seumalo 73 snaps, Jason Kelce 73 snaps, Brandon Brooks 73 snaps, Lane Johnson 73 snaps, Andre Dillard 73 snaps, Halapoulivaati Vaitai 15 snaps

The Eagles offensive line was dominant and rebounded well from the disaster in Dallas. The line sprung open a huge hole on Miles Sanders 65-yard touchdown jaunt and powered the Eagles to over 200 yards rushing.

Tight End: Zach Ertz 66 snaps, Dallas Goedert 55 snaps,

Co-starters, Ertz made a huge catch on the Eagles’ drive that ate up the clock in the fourth quarter, while
Goedert played 75 percent of the snaps.

Defensive line: Fletcher Cox 49 snaps, Derek Barnett 53 snaps, Brandon Graham 47 snaps, Bruce Hector 30 snaps, Vinny Curry 28, Josh Sweat 20 snaps, Anthony Rush 12, Albert Huggins 9 snaps

Cox, Barnett, and Graham were all dominant upfront and starting to find their groove. Defensive tackle still remains this team’s biggest need at the trade deadline.

Linebacker: Nate Gerry 62 snaps, Kamu Grugier-Hill 39 snaps, T.J. Edwards 15 snaps, Duke Riley 4 snaps

The Eagles played much better as a group at the linebacker position. We’re all waiting for Edwards snap increase to take place.

Defensive Back: Malcolm Jenkins 62 snaps, Rodney McLeod 62 snaps, Jalen Mills 57 snaps, Ronald Darby 57 snaps, Rasul Douglas 6 snaps, Sidney Jones 45, snaps, Andrew Sendejo 25 snaps

Schwartz shortened his rotation, limiting Rasul Douglas to six snaps. Darby played well in his return, as did Jalen Mills. McLeod and Jenkins were both steady at safety, with Malcolm bringing a bit of attitude to the showdown in Buffalo. With Avonte Maddox and Cre’Von LeBlanc set to return, this group looks to finally be rounding into form.

Eagles' snap count vs. the Bills: Breakdown, analysis

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