49ers snap count vs. Cardinals

Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

We break down the 49ers snap count in their 24-3 win over the Arizona Cardinals.

We're back with another breakdown of the 49ers weekly snap count. The only player not to get a snap was quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The offensive line got in a full complement of snaps, while the wide receivers had a fairly balanced mix. Michael Crabtree led receivers with 30 snaps, which was nine down from last week. Crabtree also led receivers with five targets as Alex Smith was able to spread the ball around quite effectively int he passing game.

Randy Moss continued with his usual number of snaps. He has been between around 18 and 25 snaps per game and has made his share of contributions even when the ball isn't coming his way. Obviously he had the big catch and run on Monday, but he has also helped stretch the field to open things up underneath. It was nice though to see him flash some of that in-his-prime speed to burn Sam Acho. Although Acho is a linebacker, he isn't the slowest of linebackers. Nonetheless, Moss had little trouble turning on the jets and racing to the end zone.

On defense, the most notable change from the past was seeing Clark Haggans get a lot of playing time. He finished with 13 snaps as the 49ers got both him and Ricky Jean Francois a solid amount of playing time.

You can read through the entire Gamebook HERE (PDF).

Offense had 54 total plays.

# of Plays

Name

54 (100%)

Joe Staley, Alex Boone, Anthony Davis, Mike Iupati, Jonathan Goodwin, Vernon Davis, Alex Smith

35 (65%)

Delanie Walker

33 (61%)

Frank Gore

30 (56%)

Bruce Miller, Michael Crabtree

24 (44%)

Mario Manningham

20 (37%)

Randy Moss

19 (35%)

Kendall Hunter

16 (30%)

Kyle Williams

7 (13%)

Ted Ginn Jr.

2 (4%)

Garrett Celek


Defense had 68 total plays.

# of Plays

Name

68 (100%)

Dashon Goldson, Tarell Brown, Donte Whitner, Carlos Rogers

62 (91%)

Ahmad Brooks

58 (85%)

Aldon Smith

57 (84%)

Justin Smith

55 (81%)

Patrick Willis

54 (79%)

Chris Culliver, Ray McDonald

53 (78%)

NaVorro Bowman

30 (44%)

Perrish Cox

20 (29%)

Isaac Sopoaga

15 (22%)

Ricky Jean-Francois

13 (19%)

Clark Haggans

4 (6%)

Will Tukuafu

1 (1%)

C.J. Spillman


Here is the special teams breakdown for the entire team

# of Plays

Name

22 (92%)

Demarcus Dobbs

19 (79%)

Bruce Miller

18 (75%)

Tramaine Brock, Anthony Dixon, Tavares Gooden, Larry Grant, C.J. Spillman

14 (58%)

Darcel McBath

9 (38%)

David Akers, Andy Lee, Brian Jennings, Perrish Cox, Ted Ginn Jr., Chris Culliver

7 (29%)

Will Tukuafu

6 (25%)

Delanie Walker, Dashon Goldson, NaVorro Bowman, Ricky Jean Francois

4 (17%)

Leonard Davis, Joe Staley, Alex Boone, Anthony Davis, Mike Iupati

2 (8%)

Tarell Brown, Ahmad Brooks, Aldon Smith, Patrick Willis, Ray McDonald

1 (4%)

Daniel Kilgore, Randy Moss, Kendall Hunter, Garrett Celek

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