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Snap Reactions: Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from Week 10

NFL: Seattle Seahawks at Buffalo Bills Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

For the second consecutive week, the Seahawks took part in an ugly loss, falling to their NFC West rival L.A. Rams 23-16. The full snap counts from Seattle’s Week 10 trip to L.A. are below, with some notes to follow.

  • With DK Metcalf blanketed and Tyler Lockett quiet, it was Greg Olsen who paced the tight ends in snaps, playing far more than Will Dissly with 72% of snaps to Dissly’s 36%. Jacob Hollister, who was coming off a bright game against the Bills, barely played with just 9% of the offense’s snaps.
  • In his second game for the team this year, Alex Collins led the way in the backfield with 48% of snaps, compared to 33% for DeeJay Dallas. It’s safe to say Dallas just isn’t ready to play as a rookie—which is OK—and to hold off judgement until year two. Travis Homer, who exited with a hand injury, played just 10%.
  • Jamal Adams, who was playing with one arm, as he told media, played nearly every snap in his second game back from a groin injury, at 96% of the defense’s snaps.
  • Carlos Dunlap, also in his second game for the Seahawks, led the way for the defensive ends at 73% of snaps.
  • It was around an even split for Jordyn Brooks and Ugo Amadi, with Brooks playing 51% to Amadi’s 53%. Brooks’ speed consistently pops off the screen. It might be time for Wright, not Brooks, to be the sub linebacker.
  • In his debut for Seattle, Snacks Harrison saw a quiet 27% of defensive snaps. While he will no doubt be a valuable rotational player with Bryan Mone on injured reserve, on Sunday, Snacks was in the shadow of the Poona Ford show.