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Week 8 Snap Counts: Raiders complete 0-Line together for just 10 snaps

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The Raiders were out-snapped 83 to 56 on offense, and the offensive line that looked finally complete lasted just 10 snaps

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Week 8 Snap Counts

. . Offense . Defense . Special Tms .
. . Offense . Defense . Special Tms .
Player Pos Num Pct Num Pct Num Pct
Richie Incognito G 56 100% 0 0% 4 13%
Kolton Miller T 56 100% 0 0% 4 13%
T Brown T 56 100% 0 0% 4 13%
G Jackson G 56 100% 0 0% 3 10%
D Carr QB 56 100% 0 0% 0 0%
D Waller TE 54 96% 0 0% 0 0%
T Williams WR 50 89% 0 0% 1 3%
A James T 46 82% 0 0% 0 0%
H Renfrow WR 36 64% 0 0% 0 0%
J Jacobs RB 31 55% 0 0% 0 0%
T Davis WR 26 46% 0 0% 3 10%
F Moreau TE 22 39% 0 0% 20 67%
Z Jones WR 17 39% 0 0% 0 0%
J Richard RB 17 30% 0 0% 0 0%
R Hudson C 10 18% 0 0% 0 0%
D Washington RB 9 16% 0 0% 6 20%
A Ingold FB 7 12% 0 0% 13 43%
D Carrier TE 6 11% 0 0% 25 83%
N Morrow LB 0 0% 83 100% 11 37%
K Joseph SS 0 0% 83 100% 10 33%
D Worley CB 0 0% 83 100% 5 17%
T Whitehead LB 0 0% 83 100% 4 13%
E Harris SS 0 0% 81 98% 12 40%
L Joyner FS 0 0% 77 93% 0 0%
M Crosby DE 0 0% 74 89% 10 33%
J Hankins DT 0 0% 63 76% 5 17%
T Mullen CB 0 0% 62 75% 6 20%
C Ferrell DE 0 0% 52 63% 0 0%
P Hall DT 0 0% 49 59% 0 0%
M Hurst DT 0 0% 31 37% 5 17%
A Key DE 0 0% 28 34% 5 17%
B Mayowa DE 0 0% 28 34% 0 0%
N Lawson CB 0 0% 25 30% 25 83%
J Mauro DE 0 0% 5 6% 0 0%
K Wilber LB 0 0% 3 4% 26 87%
C Riley FS 0 0% 2 2% 15 50%
K Nixon CB 0 0% 1 1% 18 60%
J Phillips LB 0 0% 0 0% 21 70%
D Leavitt SS 0 0% 0 0% 19 63%
D Harris WR 0 0% 0 0% 13 43%
A Cole P 0 0% 0 0% 10 33%
T Sieg LS 0 0% 0 0% 10 33%
D Carlson K 0 0% 0 0% 9 30%
D Good G 0 0% 0 0% 4 13%
D Sharpe T 0 0% 0 0% 4 13%

The entire Raiders offensive line was expected to finally be together for the first time this season after fending off injuries and suspensions. The ideal amalgamation of Kolton Miller, Trent Brown, Richie Incognito, Gabe Jackson, and Rodney Hudson lasted just ten snaps together, sadly, as Hudson was forced to exit early with an ankle injury.

With a bigger role in hand after the Gareon Conley trade, Trayvon Mullen played a season-high 62 snaps, with Nevin Lawson filling in for 25.

The discrepancy between total plays on offense and defense here tells the story of how the Raiders dropped a game in which their offense averaged 7.1 yards per play. The Silver & Black possessed the ball for a mere 15 snaps, while the defense was on the field for 83. Offenses usually game plan for about 70 snaps, while defenses (and pass rushers in particular) slow down once they get past play 75.