Falcons playtime percentage chart vs. Panthers

Atlanta Falcons Playtime Percentage vs. Panthers

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


T Clabo T              65 100%                  2 8%

J Blalock G           65 100%                  2 8%

S Baker T              65 100%                  2 8%

P Konz G               65 100%                   2 8%

T McClure C          65 100%

M Ryan QB            65 100%

T Gonzalez TE         62 95%

R White WR             61 94%

J Jones WR               61 94%

H Douglas WR          50 77%

J Rodgers RB             30 46%            6 25%

M Turner RB               20 31%

J Snelling RB               15 23%            14 58%

M Cox FB                       9 14%                6 25%

D Davis WR                   5 8%                16 67%

M Palmer TE                 5 8%                 13 54%

M Johnson G                 4 6%                   8 33%

A Smith RB                     1 2%                 16 67%

K Cone WR                      1 2%                11 46%

C Coffman TE                  1 2%

PLAYER                     DEFENSE       SPECIAL TEAMS

C Hope SS                          69 100%                   13 54%

S Nicholas LB                    69 100%                   10 42%

T DeCoud FS                      69 100%                     9 38%

S Weatherspoon LB          69 100%                      7 29%

D Robinson CB                   69 100%

R McClain CB                      67 97%                       11 46%

C Peters DT                         60 87%                         6 25%

J Abraham DE                    60 87%

K Biermann DE                   55 80%                        16 67%

V Walker DT                         38 55%                          8 33%

C Owens CB                           37 54%                        11 46%

A Dent LB                              32 46%                        11 46%

P Jerry DT                              28 41%                         4 17%

J Babineaux DT                     28 41%                          2 8%

C Matthews DE                        9 13%                        11 46%

R James LB                                                                   11 46%

M Bosher P                                                                    10 42%

C Mitchell FS                                                                   6 25%

J Harris LS                                                                      6 25%

J Massaquoi DE                                                              5 21%

M Peterson LB                                                                 5 21%

M Bryant K                                                                       2 8%

D Franks CB                                                                      2 8%


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9 comments Add your comment

Season Ticket Holder

December 10th, 2012
1:14 pm

Carolina controlled the ball like Atlanta should have control the ball.


December 10th, 2012
1:44 pm

Can we STOP trying to place Matt Ryan as an Elite Quarterback. He has a long way to go. Dirk Koether you got toy many weapons on this team for our Offense to struggling the way it is. Everything is check down, check down, don’t make a mistake and punt.

Esquire is in the HOUSE

December 10th, 2012
3:15 pm

Somebody could go down to Nawlins and make a fortune starting up a company that sells “sized” brown kraft paper sacks.


One Caints writer said: “virtually eliminated from playoff contention.”

So…………..In other words,

for all practical purposes,

they are,

as good as, effectually, essentially, for all intents and purposes, fundamentally, give or take a little, in effect, in essence, practically,

………..eliminated from 2012 NFL Post Season participation.

Put a fork in it.


Everywhere we goooO,
Everywhere we goooO,
People wanna knooOw,
People wanna knooOw,
Who we aaa are,
Who we aaa are,
So we tell theem, So we tell theem,
We are the FALCONS!! We are the FALCONS!!

marietta eagle

December 10th, 2012
3:20 pm

The 1st half we never threw the ball down field . 4 yards or at the most 8 yards, The second half we pushed the ball down field and move it and scored . Oped up the pass down field we have 3 stars use them , Streach the field we may be able run the ball also. Turner it takes him to long to get to the hole.We need speed to the hole and out of the hole .


December 10th, 2012
5:27 pm

I wanna say this because its what i saw. Jaquizz rodgers came out in the second half and opened up our passing game by being an effective runner. Our offense couldnt get started in the first half because their defense was able to pinn their ears back and put the heat on ryan. Turner could not move the ball effectively, in turn making us one dimmensional. If the coaches continue to start turner over rodgers then we will get wiped out in the playoffs, teams are no longer afraid of turner. Rodgers returned every kickoff aside from the one snelling grabbed and still wasnt fatigued and produced well. Let tim toone return kicks and START RODGERS AT RUNNING BACK!!!!!! How difficult is it to see what you have in the backfield. As for our defense, well im sorry guys, they did their best missing asante and moore. Chris owens and robert mcclain played tough football and showed up as best they could. I dont kno wat happened to moore, but his presense was definately missed. SMH Atlanta, cmon coaches be smarter than this!!!!!

Hyman Roth

December 10th, 2012
6:04 pm

In Monday’s AJC newspaper, on page 3, there is a “CROPPED” picture of Coach Rivera…with a scowl on his face and pointing…and the following caption “coach Rivera and the Panthers emphatically gained revenge Sunday for the Falcon’s 30-28 last-minute comeback victory in September”. However, the story on-line had the same picture showing Coach Rivera with Coach Smith attempting to restrain his players from trash-talking with the Falcons. The picture in the paper is , in essence, a lie. It was cropped. It makes you wonder how many other pictures in the newspaper may be cropped to fit an agenda. Is this what is called plagerism? What ever it is called it certainly is not journalism. Someone should, at least, be suspended without pay for a day or two. I feel like a fool for spending my hard-earned dollar to be presented lies and innuendos. How do you feel about it, Mr Ledbetter? And can you speaking with your caption writer? Why the embellishment? It stinks!!! By the way, I AM a life-long Falcon Fan.

Esquire is in the HOUSE

December 10th, 2012
11:27 pm

Everywhere we goooO,
Everywhere we goooO,
People wanna knooOw,
People wanna knooOw,
Who we aaa are,
Who we aaa are,
So we tell theem, So we tell theem,
We are the FALCONS!! We are the FALCONS!!



Fair catch Franks

December 11th, 2012
12:53 am

Esquire since most people are ignoring you, I’ve decide to respond to your post. Two, four, six, eight who do we appreciate Esquire. you’re the man, or woman since most guys would never make post sound like a school girl. Nice job lady.

old timer

December 11th, 2012
3:29 pm

Thanks :Fair catch Franks” ….you took the words right out of my mouth.