Snap count: Richardson starts, but Herron has more snaps

Here's a look at the snap count from the Indianapolis Colts' 25-24 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday:


Offensive line

Gosder Cherilus 81 of 81

Anthony Castonzo 81 of 81

Jack Mewhort 81 of 81

A.Q. Shipley 64 of 81

Joe Reitz 46 of 81

Khaled Holmes 35 of 81

Jonotthan Harrison 17 of 81

Note: Holmes, the projected starting center when the season began, got his most extensive playing time of the season. It wasn't at center, but rather at guard in place of the injured Reitz. Holmes played guard some while in college at USC.

Running backs

Daniel "Boom" Herron 47 of 81

Trent Richardson 32 of 81

Andrew Jackson 1 of 81

Note: Richardson was the starter, but Herron was the finisher, as the Colts used him on their winning drive. Herron was the one who got the yard necessary to get a first down on the play before Andrew Luck threw the touchdown pass to Hilton to win the game.


T.Y. Hilton 75 of 81

Reggie Wayne 63 of 81

Donte Moncrief 48 of 81

Hakeem Nicks 17 of 81

Note: Wayne's consecutive streak of at least three catches came to an end at 82 games. Wayne, who has a torn tricep, had three drops and was even off the field for a third down when the Colts were trying to come back in the fourth quarter.

Tight ends

Coby Fleener 60 of 81

Dwayne Allen 57 of 81

Jack Doyle 5 of 81

Note: The tight ends were huge on the Colts' final drive. Allen helped the Colts out on their winning drive when he drew a 35-yard pass interference penalty. Fleener had a 13-yard reception on third-and-10 to keep the drive alive.


Defensive line

Cory Redding 48 of 65

Ricky Jean Francois 36 of 65

Art Jones 35 of 65

Josh Chapman 28 of 65

Montori Hughes 15 of 65

Note: The offense got the credit for pulling off the come back, but the defensive line did a good job limiting the Browns running game to only 111 yards.


D'Qwell Jackson 65 of 65

Jerrell Freeman 65 of 65

Bjoern Werner 56 of 65

Erik Walden 52 of 65

Jonathan Newsome 17 of 65

Shaun Phillips 14 of 65

Note: Walden had the Colts' only sack and the linebackers were responsible for three of their five quarterback hits.

Defensive backs

Greg Toler 65 of 65

Mike Adams 65 of 65

Darius Butler 65 of 65

Sergio Brown 33 of 65

Josh Gordy 28 of 65

LaRon Landry 27 of 65

Jalil Brown

Note: Gordy had his best game in quite some time. He recovered Josh Cribbs fumble on a punt deep in their own territory and then he sealed the game when he intercepted Brian Hoyer's pass on the Browns' final offensive play.