Snap count data per Pro Football Focus:
|Nnamdi Asomugha||955||Casey Matthews||310|
|Jamar Chaney||873||Jarrad Page||306|
|Asante Samuel||828||Darryl Tapp||262|
|Kurt Coleman||771||Juqua Parker||254|
|Nate Allen||770||Jaiquawn Jarrett||244|
|Jason Babin||720||Akeem Jordan||227|
|Brian Rolle||659||Moise Fokou||180|
|Mike Patterson||652||Phillip Hunt||156|
|Cullen Jenkins||652||Keenan Clayton||156|
|Trent Cole||640||Brandon Hughes||91|
|Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie||406||Antonio Dixon||86|
|Joselio Hanson||355||Brandon Graham||56|
|Derek Landri||351||Curtis Marsh||13|
Commentary after the jump…
- Every Eagle defender missed at least 100 snaps. Obviously, that’s not good.
- 27 Eagle defenders saw playing time. Again, that’s not good.
- Nate Allen saw 770 snaps after a pretty bad injury the previous season, and his play improved as the season progressed. I’m optimistic for Nate to play well in 2012.
- Darryl Tapp is set to make $2.575 in 2012. He only played 262 snaps in 2011, and that was even with the help of Trent Cole missing 2 games. I like Tapp as a player (and so does Jim Washburn), but I’m expecting him to be cut.
- Trevor Laws was the Eagles’ first pick (2nd round) in the 2008 draft. He has a total of 1144 snaps for his career (286 per season). I think it’s safe to consider him a bust at this point.
- Just before the season was set to begin, the Eagles cut Joselio Hanson. I threw a hissy fit. They wound up re-signing him and getting 355 snaps out of him, just 51 less than DRC.
- Jarrad Page last just 310 snaps before the Eagles cut him. Those are 310 snaps I hope to forget someday.
- Casey Matthews’ snap counts on the season: 59, 53, 34, 2, 1, 0, 0, 3, 4, 0, 1, 3, 50, 26, 34, 62.
- Brandon Graham… 56 snaps. That makes me a sad panda.