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    Snap counts: Defense gets heavy work against Cowboys

    Advocate Photo by STEPHEN LEW By Nick Underhill | The Advocate There were not too many surprises on either side of the ball during Thursday's loss to the Cowboys. Dan Arnold again played 12 snaps, while Josh Hill (26) and Ben Watson (20) played the majority of the snaps there. In his first...
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    Saints snap counts vs. Falcons: Alex Anzalone plays season-high total

    (Photo by David Grunfeld, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) By Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune New Orleans Saints linebacker Alex Anzalone has made several key plays in recent weeks, and in Thursday’s win over the Atlanta Falcons, he played his most snaps of the 2018 season...
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    Saints snap counts vs. Eagles: Keith Kirkwood earns significant role again

    By Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune The New Orleans Saints wasted no time last week giving undrafted rookie wide receiver Keith Kirkwood a substantial workload in his NFL debut, and he played a significant role in his second career game, too. Against the Cincinnati Bengals in...
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    Snap counts: Cam Jordan gets light duty against the Bengals

    Advocate Photo by STEPHEN LEW By Nick Underhill | The Advocate Cam Jordan spent a lot of time watching the Saints play the Bengals on Sunday. It was the result of a dominant performance. The defensive end only played 53.5 percent of the defensive snaps, which was the lowest total of his...
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    Snap counts: Tre'Quan Smith sets the pace as No. 2 WR

    By Nick Underhill | The Advocate The Saints keep playing physical football, which continues to favor wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith. The rookie logged 41 snaps during Sunday's win over the Minnesota Vikings, while Cam Meredith only played nine. One reason for this is because the team took a...
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    Saints snap counts: Offense runs season-low plays in win over Vikings

    By Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune A quick glance at the box score would’ve made it hard to understand how the New Orleans Saints beat the Minnesota Vikings, 30-20, at U.S. Bank Stadium. The Vikings gained more yards than the Saints, 423 to 270, gained more yards per play, 6.3...
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    Saints snap counts: Tre'Quan Smith steps up with Ted Ginn out

    By Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune The New Orleans Saints have mixed up their wide receiver usage for much of this season, but in Week 5, rookie Tre'Quan Smith was the clear No. 2 option. Smith played 44 of 66 offensive snaps (67 percent), which was a career high by a...
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    Snap counts: Marcus Davenport plays a season high against Washington

    By Nick Underhill | The Advocate The Saints are going to be a team that rotates players on defense. After five weeks, it appears clear the team is comfortable using a rotation of players at linebacker and at safety. That could change, but it appears more likely it will continue on at this...
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    Snap Counts: Saints turn to P.J. Williams to replace Patrick Robinson in nickel

    By Joel A. Erickson | The Advocate EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New Orleans Saints had a couple of options after losing nickel back Patrick Robinson to a broken ankle last week. Frustrated by problems in coverage and suddenly missing one of their most reliable cover men, the Saints could have...
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    Saints snap counts: Taysom Hill's offensive role expands again vs. Giants

    By Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune The New Orleans Saints expanded Taysom Hill's role again during Sunday's win over the New York Giants. After playing a career-high five snaps last week against the Atlanta Falcons, the do-it-all third-string quarterback played 15 snaps on...

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