Steelers Eagles Week 5 Defensive Participation Chart

Below are the defensive player play counts and the participation chart for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 5 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. We also are including down, time of play and yards gained to better help you identify the play.

Player Notes:

36 snaps the Steelers were in base defense with Casey Hampton seeing 29 of those snaps and Steve McLendon seeing the other 7 at nose tackle. 20 snaps the Steelers were in the nickel and 1 snap they had just 10 men on the field.

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Steelers Eagles Week 5 Defensive Participation Chart

ILB Larry Foote 57
S Ryan Clark 57
ILB Lawrence Timmons 57
CB Keenan Lewis 57
OLB James Harrison 57
CB Ike Taylor 56
DE Brett Keisel 49
DE Ziggy Hood 47
OLB Jason Worilds 38
S Ryan Mundy 38
NT Casey Hampton 29
CB Cortez Allen 22
OLB LaMarr Woodley 19
OLB Troy Polamalu 19
DE Cameron Heyward 9
NT Steve McLendon 8
DE Al Woods 7
  • Thomas Rancy

    McLendon looked dominant the few plays I saw him in there, would like to see him get more snaps, specially in sub package ball.

  • Nolrog

    They need to get Cam more reps too. I’d like to see a 2/3 – 2/3 – 2/3 kind of rotation for Ziggy, Cam and Keisel.

  • Kenneth Wilt

    Completely agree with both of you. McLendon played 8 plays, but gets a sack and got pressure another time to get the QB out of the pocket. Hampton doesn’t even show up on the box score. Yeah, we know he played, but did he not make ANY contribution?

    Timmons had his best game of the year as did Worilds IMO. Heyward must show that he can get some snaps. Hood I thought had a pretty decent game as well.

    We have to find a way to keep these guys fresh throughout the game. The LBs and Dlineman need to be kept fresh.