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And since I'm on a snap-count roll, here are a few more interesting ones from Sunday's game ...
Jason Pierre-Paul again lead the D-line with 51 (84%), but Osi Umenyiora got an unusually high 48 (79%). For most of the season he's had a more even split with Justin Tuck. This time Tuck had 40 (66%). Add in the 37 snaps Kiwanuka took along the defensive line, plus the 34 Linval Joseph got at DT (56%) and ... well, a lot of D-linemen played a lot, as it turned out.
Markus Kuhn (20 snaps, 33%) is clearly ahead of Marvin Austin (7, 11%) in the DT pecking order, though as soon as Chris Canty is ready to play you won't see much of either of them.
Adrian Tracy played only 12 snaps (20%). I'm pretty sure they were all at LB, though he did spend a lot of his LB time standing along the line of scrimmage.
Keith Rivers, in his return from a hamstring injury, played only seven plays.
Tyler Sash saw 20 snaps on special teams, but not a single snap on defense in his return from suspension.
With Jayron Hosley back (36, 59%), neither Justin Tryon nor Michael Coe played a defensive snap. Neither did LB Mark Herzlich, who some people thought was on the verge of pushing Chase Blackburn (41, 67%) out of a job.
Hakeem Nicks, in his return from foot/knee injuries, was on the field for 52 plays (80%).
Who's No. 3? It's clear now that it's Domenik Hixon (22, 34%). Ramses Barden (3, 5%) is fourth and rookie Rueben Randle (0) is the odd man out.
David Diehl took 13 snaps (20%) as the jumbo tight end.