Titans snap report: Who played how much

A look at the snap report from the NFL on how much each member of the Tennessee Titans played in the overtime loss to the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium.

Offense, 70 total snaps

LT Michael Roos, 70

LG Andy Levitre, 70

C Robert Turner, 70

RG Chance Warmack, 70

RT David Stewart, 70

QB Jake Locker, 70

WR Kenny Britt, 60

TE Delanie Walker, 59

WR Nate Washington, 58

RB Chris Johnson, 57

TE Craig Stevens, 34

WR Kendall Wright, 32

FB Collin Mooney, 20

RB Jackie Battle, 13

WR Justin Hunter, 8

TE Taylor Thompson, 5

WR Michael Preston, 4

Hunter wasn’t targeted when he was in the game, working in Britt’s role. Thompson was a non-entity after playing 25 snaps a week ago when the Titans relied far more on a three-tight end set. The Titans talk of having three starting receivers. I hope they play Wright more and throw to him on a wider variety of routes.

Defense, 82 total snaps

CB Jason McCourty, 82

LB Moise Fokou, 82

FS Michael Griffin, 82

CB Alterraun Verner, 80

SS Bernard Pollard, 80

DT Jurrell Casey, 72

LB Zach Brown, 71

DE Derrick Morgan, 71

LB-DE Akeem Ayers, 52

DE Ropati Pitoitua, 48

S George Wilson, 40

DT Antonio Johnson, 40

CB Coty Sensabaugh, 34

DE Kamerion Wimbley, 24

DT Mike Martin, 22

DT Sammie Lee Hill, 12

DL Karl Klug, 9

LB Patrick Bailey, 1

Still not as much Ayers as we can probably expect, as his ankle is likely still an issue on some level. Wilson covered the tight end, though it didn’t seem like the plan at first. Johnson got more work because Hill got hurt.