Steelers Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts: Week 13 Ravens

Below are the initial week 13 offensive and defensive snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens Sunday.

Despite head coach Mike Tomlin saying that wide receiver Plaxico Burress might be more involved in the offense this week, he only played 1 snap. He wouldn\’t have even got that had Mike Wallace not gotten dinged late in the game. Running back Chris Rainey also saw the field for a just a few plays as well as both Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman received the predominant amount of snaps at the running back back position.

Defensively there weren\’t any surprises. Of course both Cortez Allen and Curtis Brown saw extensive playing time due to Ike Taylor going down early in the game with an ankle injury. Brown only came in on nickel situations. Troy Polamalu played 50 snaps in his first game back from his calf injury that had him sidelined several weeks. This was not surprising as Dick LeBeau hinted that he might not play every snap until he is back in football condition.

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

Steelers Versus Ravens Week 13 Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts

TE Heath Miller 67
T Max Starks 67
LG Maurkice Pouncey 67
C Doug Legursky 67
G Ramon Foster 67
T Kelvin Beachum 67
QB Charlie Batch 67
WR Antonio Brown 52
WR Emmanuel Sanders 49
WR Mike Wallace 41
RB Jonathan Dwyer 41
TE David Paulson 29
FB Will Johnson 28
RB Isaac Redman 24
TE Leonard Pope 3
WR Plaxico Burress 1
LB Jason Worilds 64
LB Larry Foote 64
LB Lawrence Timmons 64
LB James Harrison 64
CB Keenan Lewis 64
S Ryan Clark 64
DE Brett Keisel 62
CB Cortez Allen 62
DE Ziggy Hood 50
S Troy Polamalu 50
NT Casey Hampton 36
CB Curtis Brown 16
DE Cameron Heyward 14
S Will Allen 14
NT Steve McLendon 11
CB Ike Taylor 2
DE Al Woods 2
  • Ahmad

    About time that Heyward and McLendon see 10+ snaps.

  • Guest

    I agree, if you look at guys like McLendon and Worilds, these guys have played extremely well with VERY limited snaps. I was completely surprised to see Worilds leads the team in sacks, yet he has hardly seen the field. I understand Hampton is a vet and will probably hang it up soon, but McLendon should be in on all passing downs

  • steeltown

    Agreed, if you look at guys like McLendon and Worilds, they have played extremely well with VERY little playing time. I was completely surprised to see that Worilds leads the Team in sacks, he has hardly played.

  • steeltown

    I sure hope they can lock up some of these young guys, like McLendon, Foster, Dwyer and Sanders… and of course K.Lewis

  • JT

    Worilds being Harrisons apprentice in the weight room is starting to show. Would be great to not have to use a high pick on an OLB this April….

  • mokhkw

    I can’t figure out why the Steelers still prefer Hood over Heyward at this point tbh. Keisel has played himself into form the past month though.