Falcons’ playtime percentage chart vs. Cardinals




Atlanta Falcons Playtime Percentage vs. Cardinals

(Percent of playtime per player on offense, defense and special teams)

PLAYER         OFFENSE   SPECIAL TEAMS

T Clabo T             73 100%        5 15%

J Blalock G           73 100%       5 15%

S Baker T              73 100%       5 15%

P Konz G               73 100%       5 15%

M Ryan QB           73 100%

T McClure C         72 99%

R White WR          69 95%

T Gonzalez TE      65 89%

H Douglas WR      53 73%

J Jones WR           35 48%

J Rodgers RB        34 47%       11 33%

M Turner RB         33 45%

M Cox FB                21 29%       6 18%

M Palmer TE           19 26%      15 45%

J Snelling RB           18 25%      15 45%

D Davis WR              14 19%      21 64%
M Johnson G               3 4%      11 33%
C Coffman TE              1 1%        8 24%

J Hawley C                   1 1%        5 15%

A Smith RB                                        21 64%

PLAYER             DEFENSE  SPECIAL TEAMS

T DeCoud FS              58 100%       13 39%
A Dent LB                   58 100%        9 27%
W Moore SS               58 100%        5 15%
D Robinson CB          56 97%
S Nicholas LB            52 90%          9 27%
R McClain CB            51 88%        24 73%
J Babineaux DT         50 86%        5 15%
J Abraham DE           50 86%
C Peters DT                 41 71%
K Biermann DE          38 66%       19 58%
P Jerry DT                   29 50%        5 15%
C Owens CB                 25 43%     28 85%

M Peterson LB            23 40%        9 27%

A Samuel CB                16 28%
V Walker DT                15 26%         6 18%
D Franks CB                   9 16%         8 24%
C Matthews DE            5 9%           18 55%
J Massaquoi DE          4 7%            13 39%
R James LB                                        19 58%
M Bosher P                                         14 42%
C Hope SS                                           12 36%
J Harris LS                                           9 27%
M Bryant K                                          5 15%
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9 comments Add your comment

4BsihTneeS

November 19th, 2012
7:21 am

lowdownjj

November 19th, 2012
7:25 am

The only reason that I am happy about Chipper Jones retireing is we don’t see one of the GREATS on the field with deteriorated skills…bumbling,fumbling,stumbling. That’s how I felt hearing the fans boo Turner yesterday. The displeasure after Turner ran for a loss then dropped an easy swing pass to the flats was justified…but sad at the same time. A win is a win is a …who am I fooling…dang that was ugly!

4BsihTneeS

November 19th, 2012
9:44 am

Geaux Bucks!!!

Mikey

November 19th, 2012
10:00 am

So nice to have Corey Peters back! The addition of his talent combined with the fresher D-Line is becoming quite disruptive. We have missed Spoon but it has been so nice to give Dent some reps (100%). He is clearly advancing from his time on the field. It is evident that he is starting to get a feel for the pace of the game and the movement of the ball. I have no doubt that it will pay dividends down the line as he becomes comfortable on the field and becomes a dominating force at linebacker. It takes playing time to advance and this team is building depth in many positions. I’m actually getting a kick out of watching Bierman play. He is a FOOTBALL PLAYER! He will do whatever is needed and his motor is running on red line for every play. It is good to see him get comfortable out there too! GO FALCONS! YOU ARE RISING UP!

Esquire

November 19th, 2012
10:10 am

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Esquire

November 19th, 2012
3:42 pm

So……………………………….did we miss Ray Edwards?

AlanFalcon

November 19th, 2012
4:05 pm

What a bad game and yet a great effort not to give in–Go Falcons !!

Wendell

November 19th, 2012
4:12 pm

D-Led – thanks for the tip about dirtybirdrock.blogspot.com

It is a cool, old school Falcons site….

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