Texans snap-count analysis: offensive line

We'll continue the Houston Texans' snap-count analysis with the men in the trenches.

Offensive line

OT Derek Newton: 1,057 snaps, 99.5 percent

C Chris Myers: 1,051 snaps, 99 percent

OT Duane Brown: 1,049 snaps, 98.8 percent

OG Ben Jones: 1,002 snaps, 94.4 percent

OG Brandon Brooks: 938 snaps, 88.3 percent

OG Xavier Su'a-Filo: 122 snaps, 11.5 percent

OT Tyson Clabo: 96 snaps, 9 percent

OT Jeff Adams: 2 snaps, .2 percent

Going into the season, head coach Bill O'Brien said he felt consistency on the offensive line was important, and that played out during the season. That group saw much more consistency than the skill groupings. The Texans used the lineup of left tackle Duane Brown, left guard Ben Jones, center Chris Myers, right guard Brandon Brooks and right tackle Derek Newton for 863 of their 1,062 snaps. The second most used offensive line lineup was that of Brown, Jones and Myers at their regular spots, with Newton at right guard and Tyson Clabo at right tackle. That lineup played 69 snaps, all in one game against the Baltimore Ravens.