Ronnie Brown, Norv Turner's new go-to Running Back in the 2 minute offense, played on 48% of the Chargers' snaps. He carried the ball on just 2 of those 33 snaps, making his presence on the field a factor of predicting what the San Diego offense will do.
Jarret Johnson, a run-stopping LB, was in on 47% of the defensive snaps against a team that almost never runs the ball (and does a poor job of it when they do). Melvin Ingram, pass-rushing specialist, played on 29% of the defensive snaps.
Takeo Spikes, leader of the defense, was on the field for just 43% of their snaps.
Kendall Reyes played on 42% of the snaps, far more than Melvin Ingram.
Larry English had the fewest defensive snaps (among those that had at least 1), playing on 15% of the plays. He had fewer than Corey Lynch, who was in on 21% of the defensive plays.
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