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Looking at Bucs' offensive snaps

 February, 12, 2013

 
By Pat Yasinskas | ESPN.com

 
When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Vincent Jackson to a five-year, $55 million contract last offseason, it was clear they expected him to earn the money.
 
Jackson did that by instantly becoming a true No. 1 wide receiver. But he also put in plenty of time. Jackson was on the field for 93.04 percent of Tampa Bay’s 1,049 offensive plays.
 
The only other wide receivers with higher playing-time percentages in 2012 were Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald (97.91 percent), Detroit’s Calvin Johnson (96 percent) and Atlanta’s Roddy White (93.21).
 
Here’s a look at the breakdown of playing-time percentage for the rest of Tampa Bay’s offense:

 •Tackle Donald Penn 99.81
•Quarterback Josh Freeman 98.86
•Guard/center Jeremy Zuttah 97.04
•Tackle Demar Dotson 93.99
•Guard/center Ted Larsen 80.36
•Running back Doug Martin 78.27
•Tackle Jamon Meredith 75.79
•Wide receiver Mike Williams 85.61
•Tight end Dallas Clark 54.15
•Tight end Luke Stocker 51.38
•Wide receiver Tiquan Underwood 42.42
•Guard Carl Nicks 42.14
•Fullback Erik Lorig 40.23
•Running back Danny Ware 13.73
•Tight end Nate Byham 13.54
•Running back LeGarrette Blount 8.77
•Tackle Jeremy Trueblood 7.63
•Receiver Arrelious Benn 7.34
•Guard Derek Hardman 3.43
•WR Preston Parker 3.3
•WR Chris Owusu 2.29
•WR Roscoe Parrish 1.53
•Center Cody Wallace 1.43
•Quarterback Dan Orlovsky 1.14
•Wide receiver Sammie Stroughter 1.14
•Receiver David Douglas 0.57
•Tight end Danny Noble 0.57
•Guard Roger Allen 0.1





Looking at Bucs' defensive snaps

 February, 12, 2013

By Pat Yasinskas | ESPN.com

 
The knock on Tampa Bay defensive tackle Gerald McCoy in his first two seasons was that he couldn’t stay on the field.
 
Arm injuries ended each of McCoy’s first two seasons prematurely and there was talk the former No. 3 overall draft choice was a bust.
 
Funny, but McCoy, who was selected to his first Pro Bowl, barely came off the field in 2012. He took part in 939 of Tampa Bay’s 1,078 defensive plays. McCoy’s 87.11 playing-time percentage ranked second among all NFL defensive tackles. Only San Francisco’s Ray McDonald had a higher percentage (90.85).
 
Here’s a look at the rest of the playing-time percentages for Tampa Bay’s defensive players.

 •Safety Mark Barron 99.63
 •Safety Ronde Barber 99.35
 •Linebacker Lavonte David 98.24
 •Defensive end Michael Bennett 83.68
 •Cornerback E.J. Biggers 74.03
 •Defensive tackle Roy Miller 73.64
 •Linebacker Mason Foster 68.55
 •Defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim 67.72
 •Cornerback Leonard Johnson 53.99
 •Cornerback Eric Wright 45.92
 •Safety Ahmad Black 38.68
 •Linebacker Quincy Black 27.18
 •Defensive end Da'Quan Bowers 26.16
 •Defensive tackle Gary Gibson 25.97
 •Cornerback Brandon McDonald 19.56
 •Defensive end Adrian Clayborn 16.33
 •Defensive back Danny Gorrer 16.32
 •Linebacker Adam Hayward 13.82
 •Linebacker Dekoda Watson 11.60
 •Cornerback Anthony Gaitor 11.41
 •Defensive end Aaron Morgan 11.05
 •Defensive tackle Corvey Irvin 7.7
 •Cornerback LeQuan Lewis 6.75
 •Defensive end Lazarius Levingston 3.34
 •Linebacker Markus White 1.74
 •Cornerback Myron Lewis 1.11
 •Safety Keith Tandy 0.65
 •Safety Cody Grimm 0.37
 •Linebacker Najee Goode 0.28
 •Linebacker Jacob Cutrera 0.09
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