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Quote from: 1sparkybuc on November 14, 2012, 09:27:43 AMLavonte Davis???Was wondering the same thing ...heck isn't he the LB that stays in for DIME defenses as well?
You were simply too smart for me.
The Kids Are All Right In addition to the rookie quarterbacks with 100 percent playing-time, rookie offensive linemen Matt Kalil, Mitchell Schwartz and Bobby Massie have not missed a snap this season. Six other rookies on offense quarterbacks Robert Griffin and Ryan Tannehill, offensive linemen Kevin Zeitler, Jonathan Martin, Amini Silatolu and Kelechi Osomele have playing-time percentages over 90 percent. Buccaneers safety Mark Barron has missed just a handful of snaps this season and is among eight defensive rookies with at least 90 percent playing-time this season. Five (Barron, Stephon Gilmore, Harrison Smith, Morris Claiborne and Chandler Jones) were first-round picks and two (Lavonte Davis, Mychal Kendricks) were chosen in the second round. Carolina Panthers fifth-round cornerback Josh Norman (93.49 percent) rounds out the list. Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has appeared in 63.74 percent of the defensive plays, leading all undrafted defensive rookies this season. Buccaneers cornerback Leonard Johnson is second among undrafted defensive players with 32.68 percent. On offense, Michael Brewster has played in 62.76 percent of the Jacksonville Jaguars offensive snaps this season, with San Diego Chargers left tackle Michael Harris (58.42 percent) and Oakland Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater (55.74 percent) close behind.
Well at least our QB, John Freedman made the list.
I've seen his name butchered a lot. People tend to get Vonte Davis and Lavonte David confused and then mash the two together.