Eagles snap counts vs. Steelers: How much did Robert Quinn play in his debut?
The Philadelphia Eagles are 7-0 following their 35-13 win over the Steelers on Sunday.
A look at the official snap counts from Week 8:
- The Eagles played just 57 snaps on offense, with Jalen Hurts in for 46 snaps before being taken out with just under ten minutes to go. He played in every snap of the season up until that point.
- QB Gardner Minshew saw his first snaps of the regular season, going 1/2 passing for 23 yards.
- Britain Covey played the first offensive snaps of his career.
- Kenneth Gainwell played in just 14 snaps, only having two touches throughout the game. A trade for a running back could be on the horizon.
- Zach Pascal capitalized on his first targets since Week 4, catching two passes for 57 yards and a TD — his first of the season.
- Quez Watkins had one target in 37 snaps. He’s been targeted just eight times since Week 2.
- Despite AJ Brown’s dominant performance, DeVonta Smith saw the most snaps at receiver.
- Landon Dickerson was the lone starter who remained in the game when Sirianni pulled everyone.
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- Newly-acquired Robert Quinn saw 20 snaps on Sunday, logging two pressures and a QB hit in his Eagles’ debut. The defense had 18 pressures, 11 QB hits, and six sacks as a unit.
- Marcus Epps didn’t miss a snap against the Steelers and is the only Eagles player to play in every snap this season. He’s been their Iron Man.
- CJ Gardner-Johnson also played in every snap and had a productive day overall, logging eight tackles, one sack, and his fourth INT of the year.
- Linebackers TJ Edwards and Kyzir White combined for 24 tackles on the day. Edwards had two passes defended, one of which led to Gardner-Johnson’s interception.
- Rookie DT Jordan Davis saw his role begin to expand on Sunday, being utilized in more four-man fronts. Unfortunately, Davis suffered a high-ankle sprain in the second quarter that’ll sideline him for 4-6 weeks.
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