Snee suffered a hip injury and had to sit out most of the second quarter. He returned in the third quarter before resting at the end of the blowout.
"I am sore, I am in some pain but I will find out more tomorrow," Snee said. "It will take a lot to get me not to play."
"I didn’t play second quarter and tried to give it a go in the third but Coach and I thought it would be best if I came out at that point."
Defensive tackle Chris Canty could barely put on his three-piece vest after the game after suffering a burner. Canty's right shoulder/neck area appeared to be in pain as the defensive tackle could barely move that side of his body.
"Doctors said there’s no real issue. I just got banged up a little bit," Canty said. "It was a physical, hard fought game and that happens."
Cornerback Jayron Hosley injured his ankle in the first quarter but returned and played. He bit on a Matt Ryan pump fake but did not pull up lame until after Harry Douglas caught a 37-yard pass in the first quarter.
Hosley said he may undergo an MRI on Monday on his ankle. Hosley started for the injured Prince Amukamara (hamstring).
"After he caught the pass, I was running down to assist with the tackle with my teammate, and his leg kind of swooped my ankle," Hosley explained.