Playing time: DaQuan Jones got a lot of work

Rookie defensive lineman DaQuan Jones played in final three games and seven overall.

Outside of quarterback Zach Mettenberger, who missed the final three games with an injured shoulder, Jones played the least of the Tennessee Titans' six draft picks.

The team has a decent and reasonably deep group of defensive linemen. Mike Martin sat for two games to make room for Jones, then Ropati Pitoitua was inactive for the finale.

Jones played 53 snaps, in part because Sammie Hill went down with an injury along the way. And the rookie recorded a sack and forced fumble and three tackles.

He's got something to feel good about as he heads toward his second season.

A look at playing time for the Titans against the Colts:

Offense, 60 snaps

RT Jamon Meredith, 60

LG Andy Levitre, 60

C Chris Spencer, 60

RG Chance Warmack, 60

LT Byron Stingily, 60

TE Delanie Walker, 58

QB Charlie Whitehurst, 55

WR Nate Washington, 51

WR Kendall Wright, 44

WR Derek Hagan, 36

RB Leon Washington, 24

RB Shonn Greene, 20

TE Matthew Mulligan, 17

WR Kris Durham, 13

RB Bishop Sankey, 13

TE Chase Coffman, 9

RB Antonio Andrews, 6

QB Jordan Palmer, 5

G Eric Olsen, 4

DT Karl Klug, 3

FB Jackie Battle, 2

WR Rico Richardson, 2

Defense, 66 snaps

ILB Avery Williamson, 66

S Michael Griffin, 66

OLB Derrick Morgan, 66

CB Coty Sensabaugh, 65

CB Jason McCourty, 65

ILB Wesley Woodyard, 56

DL Jones, 53

DL Jurrell Casey, 51

S Daimion Stafford, 47

OLB Kamerion Wimbley, 45

DL Al Woods, 34

S George Wilson, 23

OLB Quentin Groves, 21

DE Martin, 19

DT Hill, 18

DE Klug, 14

CB Brandon Harris, 10

CB Marqueston Huff, 6

LB Zaviar Gooden, 1

Huff led special teamers by playing 2 snaps, 76 percent of the special teams work.