Steelers Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts: Week 16 Bengals

Below are the initial week 16 offensive and defensive snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers 13-10 loss Sunday to the Cincinnati Bengals.

On offense the running backs were all rotated into the game quite a bit outside of Chris Rainey. Jonathan Dwyer led the way with 23 snaps and was followed closely by Isaac Redman who had just 2 less. Rashard Mendenhall was back in action and saw 16 snaps and he carried the ball on all but 5 of those. Poor Heath Miller almost made through the entire game but unfortunately suffered a serious knee injury late.

On defense you really have to hand it to cornerback Keenan Lewis as he almost played every snap on one leg. Both Curtis Brown and Josh Victorian saw some good playing time in the nickel and the dime in addition, and Troy Polamalu managed to play every snap once again.

We will have the participation reports out later on in the week and see how these match up.

Steelers Versus Bengals Week 16 Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts

OFFENSE
Max StarksT63
Ramon FosterG63
David DeCastroG63
Kelvin BeachumT63
Maurkice PounceyC63
Ben RoethlisbergerQB63
Heath MillerTE59
Antonio BrownWR53
Mike WallaceWR50
Emmanuel SandersWR30
Will JohnsonFB24
Jonathan DwyerRB23
David PaulsonTE22
Isaac RedmanRB21
Rashard MendenhallRB16
Jerricho CotcheryWR14
Chris RaineyRB3
DEFENSE
Cortez AllenCB64
James HarrisonLB64
Troy PolamaluS64
Lawrence TimmonsLB64
Ryan ClarkS63
LaMarr WoodleyLB62
Larry FooteLB61
Keenan LewisCB61
Brett KeiselDE58
Ziggy HoodDE54
Casey HamptonNT34
Cameron HeywardDE16
Curtis BrownCB13
Josh VictorianCB12
Steve McLendonNT8
Will AllenS4
Jason WorildsLB2

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  • Mikey Hoje

    Dave or others: What makes Geno Atkins so strong at 6″1″ 300, he dominates others 20-40 lbs heavier?