Steelers Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts: Week 10 Chiefs

Below are the week 10 offensive and defensive snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-13 overtime win over the Kansas City Chiefs Monday at Heinz Field.

The Steelers once again saw all five starting linemen play the entire game. Unfortunately starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did not as he saw 33 snaps and played just one series into the third quarter before injuring his right shoulder and was replaced by Byron Leftwich.

Mike Wallace played every snap in this game while Chris Rainey saw just 2 snaps on offense, likely due to his rib injury suffered the week before. Baron Batch saw no offensive snaps and that is only the second time this season that has happened.

Cornerback Curtis Brown once again saw no defensive snaps in the game as the Steelers did not use the dime. I have a feeling that changes against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday night. Once again Steve McLendon and Cameron Heyward saw very limited playing time in the game.

We will have the participation reports out later on in the week.

Steelers Versus Chiefs Week 10 Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts

Offense
TWillie Colon65
GRamon Foster65
TMax Starks65
CMaurkice Pouncey65
TMike Adams65
WRMike Wallace65
TEHeath Miller62
WREmmanuel Sanders47
RBJonathan Dwyer40
WRJerricho Cotchery35
QBBen Roethlisberger33
QBByron Leftwich32
FBWill Johnson30
RBIsaac Redman23
TEDavid Paulson20
RBChris Rainey2
TELeonard Pope1
Defense
ILBLawrence Timmons65
ILBLarry Foote65
OLBLaMarr Woodley65
SWill Allen65
CBKeenan Lewis65
CBIke Taylor64
OLBJames Harrison64
DEZiggy Hood62
DEBrett Keisel61
SRyan Clark58
NTCasey Hampton39
CBCortez Allen20
NTSteve McLendon7
SRyan Mundy7
DECameron Heyward5
DEAl Woods2

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  • Shelob9

    I’d like to see a ratio of plays were Steve McLendon helped put pressure on the QB vs passing plays Steve McLendon was in on. I know he’s not as good against the run as Hampton and that’s the prime measure of a NT, but still…