Here's a look at the snap counts for the Detroit Lions in their Week 7 game against Washington.
|QUARTERBACK||OFFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|RUNNING BACK||OFFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|FULLBACK||OFFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|WIDE RECEIVER||OFFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|TIGHT END||OFFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|OFFENSIVE TACKLE||OFFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|OFFENSIVE GUARD/CENTER||OFFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
- Nothing too surprising on offense this week, although Justin Forsett cut into Zach Zenner's carries a bit in this game, especially in the second half. Forsett saw just 19 percent of snaps last week. That number bumped up to 30 against Washington.
- The most significant change this week was starting Graham Glasgow at left guard over Laken Tomlinson. Last week Glasgow played the left, while Tomlinson played on the right. With Larry Warford's return, it was expected that Tomlinson would return to the right, but it appears he has been thoroughly benched in favor of the rookie from Michigan.
- With Corey Robinson sidelined due to an injury, Cornelius Lucas took over in the sixth lineman role. Detroit didn't use that formation much this week, only notching eight snaps for Lucas.
|DEFENSIVE END||DEFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|DEFENSIVE TACKLE||DEFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|LINEBACKER||DEFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|Kyle Van Noy||36||49%||17||77%|
|CORNERBACK||DEFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
|SAFETY||DEFENSIVE SNAPS||PERCENTAGE||SPECIAL TEAMS SNAPS||PERCENTAGE|
- Kerry Hyder again took over snaps at defensive end, playing a huge 72 percent of defensive plays. Meanwhile, the Lions are still easing Ezekiel Ansah into the game. One has to assume he's not 100 percent yet.
- Look at that even split among defensive tackles. All four linemen split snaps as evenly as humanly possible. I don't think anyone expected A'Shawn Robinson and Stefan Charles to come out of that group as the leading snap-getters this week.
- At linebacker, Kyle Van Noy saw a huge chunk of his snaps get cut into, not by another linebacker, though. Instead, the Lions loaded up formations with extra defensive backs. Three safeties and three cornerbacks all played more than 50 percent of snaps this week.
- With Darius Slay gone in the middle of the second quarter, Johnson Bademosi took over cornerback duties. Coincidentally, Bademosi had been seeing his influence on the defense rise in weeks leading up to this game, but his performance didn't exactly show it against Washington.