Steelers Jaguars Week 6 Defensive Participation Chart

Below is the defensive participation chart for the Steelers week 6 game versus the Jacksonville Jaguars this past Sunday.

Both Ziggy Hood and Brett Keisel were forced to play 58 non-penalty snaps each this week thanks to Chris Hoke going down early with a stinger. Hood is young enough to play that many snaps, but Keisel can not be expected to play that many snaps a game going forward and continue to be as effective as he has been up until this point. Steve McLendon logged 30 snaps after Hoke left.

15 of the 61 non-penalty snaps the Steelers were in the dime or big nickel if you want to call it with the 3 safeties on the field. Ryan Mundy logged 25 snaps this week with the extra ones coming after Troy Polamalu left with concussion-like symptoms in the 4th quarter.

45 snaps this week for Larry Foote. Rookie Cameron Heyward had just 5 snaps this week.

Click on the image below to see the full PDF version of the defensive participation chart.

Steelers Jaguars Week 6 Defensive Participation Chart

#PlayerPOSPLAYS
76Chris HokeNT10
90Steve McLendonDE30
99 Brett KeiselDE58
96Ziggy HoodDE58
97Cameron HeywardDE5
56LaMarr WoodleyOLB61
94Lawrence TimmonsILB61
51James FarriorILB61
50Larry FooteILB45
24Ike TaylorCB61
22William GayCB61
23Keenan LewisCB23
25Ryan ClarkFS61
43Troy PolamaluSS51
29Ryan MundySS26

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  • http://brooksmemorabilia.blogspot.com/ Dan

    Holy cow! Where did you find these stats? I knew the teams kept track of this stuff, but didn’t know that fans did too.

  • SteelersDepot

    We chart every game.

  • Dgh57

    Why did Heyward only see 5 plays? Did he not look good last game?!!!