Steelers Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts: Week 15 Cowboys

Below are the initial week 15 offensive and defensive snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24 overtime loss Sunday to the Dallas Cowboys.

On offense, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders only managed to play 11 snaps before being sidelined with a busted rib that was likely suffered during bathe first quarter pass breakup. This led to Jerricho Cotchery seeing extended playing time. There was a decrease n playing time for fullback Will Johnson as the Steelers used their 11 and 12 personnel quite a bit against the Cowboys. All five offensive linemen also managed to make it through the game uninjured.

On defense, linebacker LaMarr Woodley played 55 of the 67 snaps in his return from injury. As expected, Jason Worilds relieved him briefly in the game. Robert Golden played 17 snaps, mostly in nickel situations, while Curtis Brown saw his 11 snaps after Keenan Lewis left the game in the second half with a groin injury. Safety Troy Polamalu played every snap for the first time since returning from his calf injury.

We will have the participation reports out later on in the week and see how these match up.

Steelers Versus Cowboys Week 15 Offensive & Defensive Snap Counts

Max Starks T 60
Ramon Foster G 60
David DeCastro G 60
Kelvin Beachum T 60
Maurkice Pouncey C 60
Ben Roethlisberger QB 60
Heath Miller TE 58
Mike Wallace WR 57
Antonio Brown WR 54
Jerricho Cotchery WR 28
Jonathan Dwyer RB 24
David Paulson TE 21
Isaac Redman RB 20
Chris Rainey RB 13
Will Johnson FB 13
Emmanuel Sanders WR 11
Leonard Pope TE 1
Larry Foote LB 67
James Harrison LB 67
Ryan Clark S 67
Troy Polamalu S 67
Lawrence Timmons LB 67
Josh Victorian CB 64
Brett Keisel DE 62
Keenan Lewis CB 60
Ziggy Hood DE 55
LaMarr Woodley LB 55
Casey Hampton NT 35
Robert Golden CB 17
Cameron Heyward DE 17
Steve McLendon NT 13
Jason Worilds LB 12
Curtis Brown CB 11
Will Allen S 1
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