The Tennessee Titans had a few different faces getting an opportunity on defense in Week 16 versus the Green Bay Packers, but unfortunately they weren’t able to help a listless unit that got demolished on Sunday night.
With outside linebacker Derick Roberson out, we saw outside linebackers Wyatt Ray, who notched the Titans’ first sack in 14 quarters, and Brooks Reed both get action in his place.
The question is: who saw more snaps?
In the secondary, we were keeping an eye out for how involved cornerback Adoree’ Jackson was in his second game this season, as well as how much playing time safety Kenny Vaccaro got after missing the last two games.
We’re going to take a look at the snap counts for Jackson, Vaccaro, Ray, Reed and the rest of the Titans on both sides of the ball from the embarrassing 40-14 loss at the hands of the Packers at Lambeau Field.
-Geoff Swaim (24) had more snaps than MyCole Pruitt (12) and Anthony Firkser (eight) combined.
-One week after out-snapping Jeremy McNichols, Darrynton Evans took a backseat to the veteran in snaps. Evans did get involved on kickoff returns once again and provided a spark in that area.
-Corey Davis out-snapped A.J. Brown, but Brown did miss some plays due to an injury suffered in the third quarter. Davis failed to record a catch on two targets.
-Nate Davis has yet to miss a snap this season and is the only Titans offensive lineman to do so.
-David Long was one of three Titans to play every snap, and he was one of the few bright spots for Tennessee in Week 16.
-Adoree’ Jackson played nearly every snap. Unfortunately, he didn’t make much of an impact for the Titans and was one of Davante Adams’ victims.
-Wyatt Ray made the most of his limited snaps after totaling one sack. He was out-snapped by veteran Brooks Reed, who made his Titans debut, but Ray should be in line for more work next week.
-Kenny Vaccaro played 89 percent of snaps in his return, which knocked Amani Hooker back to a limited role.