Seahawks snap counts from their 31-25 victory over the Bills

Here are the Seattle Seahawks’ offensive and defensive snap counts from their 31-25 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Monday night (plays, percentage):

OFFENSE (47)

G Glowinski (47, 100)

T Gilliam (47, 100)

C Britt (47, 100)

G Ifedi (47, 100)

T Fant (47, 100)

QB Wilson (47, 100)

TE Graham (42, 89)

WR Baldwin (40, 85)

WR Kearse (40, 85)

WR Lockett (27, 57)

RB Prosise (26, 55)

RB Michael (18, 38)

TE Vannett (12, 26)

TE Williams (10, 21)

FB Tukuafu (8, 17)

WR Richardson (8, 17)

WR McEvoy (2, 4)

T Webb (1, 2)

RB Collins (1, 2)

Notes: The most notable development this week was C.J. Prosise receiving more snaps at running back than Christine Michael — though the running backs were hardly a part of the offense with Prosise carrying the ball three times for nine yards and Michael carrying five times for one yard. George Fant again made it all the way through the game lining up at left tackle in place of the injured Bradley Sowell, so it’s two full games for the undrafted rookie and former college basketball player.

DEFENSE (86)

SS McCray (86, 100)

LB Wright (86, 100)

LB Wagner (86, 100)

FS Thomas (85, 99)

CB Sherman (84, 98)

CB Shead (84, 98)

DE Avril (68, 79)

DE Clark (67, 78)

CB Lane (51, 59)

DT Rubin (45, 52)

DT McDaniel (43, 50)

LB Coyle (37, 43)

DE Moore (37, 43)

DT Siliga (33, 38)

DE Marsh (31, 46)

DT Reed (22, 26)

FS Terrell (1, 1)

Notes: The biggest thing was seeing the defense on the field for 86 snaps. That’s the third straight big workload for Seattle’s defense, following the 95-snap outing against the Arizona Cardinals two weeks ago and the 76-snap game last week against the New Orleans Saints. Brock Coyle continued to play at strong-side linebacker, despite Kevin Pierre-Louis being back in the lineup. Interesting to see defensive Damontre Moore, just signed as a free agent last week, play as much as he did — he was on the field more than Cassius Marsh, and he made some key defensive plays late in the game.

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