clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

49ers snap count vs. Jets

We break down the 49ers snap count in their 34-0 win over the Jets.

The Star-Ledger-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The 49ers had their first blowout victory of the season on Sunday as they destroyed the New York Jets 34-0. One of the best parts about a blowout in my mind is a chance to get some of the backups more playing time. In this week's snap count, the 49ers had a chance to empty out most of the roster on more than just special teams.

When you look at the last three weeks' snap counts, the 49ers kept things fairly tight to the vest and did not get too wild with the back end of the bench (Week 1, Week 2, Week 3). This week, the 49ers got a chance to get some playing time for the backups on defense, even if it was only a series or two.

The 49ers had 72 plays on offense and 50 plays on defense. Alex Boone and Anthony Davis were the only two players to play every snap of the game with their respective unit. The 49ers were able to work in Daniel Kilgore on the line with eight offensive snaps, and Leonard Davis had a sizable opportunity, getting 14 snaps on offense to go with eight on special teams.

Speaking of special teams, Demarcus Dobbs and Darcel McBath are both getting the most playing time with that unit. The group of Anthony Dixon, C.J. Spillman, Tramaine Brock, Larry Grant and Tavares Gooden have been right behind those two week in and week out. This week saw more special teams work than normal given the excess of Jets punts.

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

Offense had 72 total plays.

# of Plays


72 (100%)

Alex Boone, Anthony Davis

70 (97%)

Mike Iupati

65 (90%)

Joe Staley, Jonathan Goodwin

61 (85%)

Alex Smith, Vernon Davis

47 (65%)

Frank Gore

41 (57%)

Delanie Walker

40 (56%)

Michael Crabtree

32 (44%)

Mario Manningham

29 (40%)

Bruce Miller

22 (31%)

Kyle Williams, Randy Moss

18 (25%)

Kendall Hunter

15 (21%)

Leonard Davis

14 (19%)

Garrett Celek

12 (17%)

Will Tukuafu

11 (15%)

Colin Kaepernick

8 (11%)

Daniel Kilgore, Ted Ginn Jr.

7 (10%)

Anthony Dixon

Defense had 50 total plays.

# of Plays


50 (94%)

Dashon Goldson, Tarell Brown, Ray McDonald, Justin Smith, Carlos Rogers

49 (92%)

NaVorro Bowman, Aldon Smith, Donte Whitner

48 (91%)

Ahmad Brooks

46 (87%)

Patrick Willis

27 (51%)

Chris Culliver

26 (49%)

Ricky Jean-Francois

9 (17%)

Perrish Cox

4 (8%)

Demarcus Dobbs, Darcel McBath, C.J. Spillman

3 (6%)

Tramaine Brock, Larry Grant, Tavares Gooden, Eric Bakhtiari, Ian Williams

Here is the special teams breakdown for the entire team

# of Plays


25 (93%)

Demarcus Dobbs

19 (70%)

Darcel McBath

17 (63%)

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

14 (52%)

David Akers

12 (44%)

Andy Lee, Eric Bakhtiari, Brian Jennings

11 (41%)

Will Tukuafu, Bruce Miller

9 (33%)

Daniel Kilgore, Chris Culliver

8 (30%)

Alex Boone, Anthony Davis, Mike Iupati, Joe Staley, Leonard Davis, Ted Ginn Jr.

7 (26%)

Delanie Walker

4 (15%)

Perrish Cox, Dashon Goldson

2 (7%)

Tarell Brown, Ray McDonald, NaVorro Bowman, Aldon Smith, Ricky Jean Francois, Patrick Willis,

1 (4%)

Kyle Williams, Ahmad Brooks