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Giants vs. Eagles: Snap counts, PFF grades

A look at the snap counts and Pro Football Focus scores from Sunday's game for the Giants.

Al Bello

Here is a look at the snap counts and Pro Football Focus scores for the New York Giants in Sunday's 36-21 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

PFF Grades


Kevin Boothe +4.1
Rueben Randle +1.4

David Diehl -3.4
Eli Manning -2.2
Brandon Myers -1.7

Takeaways: Boothe was the only offensive lineman who graded well. Justin Pugh (-0.6) allowed six hurries. As far as David Diehl, did you expect anything else?


Cullen Jenkins +4.2
Johnathan Hankins +3.7
Mike Patterson +3.3
Will Hill +2.7
Shaun Rogers +1.4
Jason Pierre-Paul +1.2

Antrel Rolle -3.2
Spencer Paysinger -2.6
Mathias Kiwanuka -2.5
Trumaine McBride -1.5

Takeaways: Don't blame the defensive tackles for anything that has happened this season. That is a deep, talented group. Antrel Rolle just wasn't very good, or very smart on Sunday as he committed two costly penalties. I continue to think Spencer Paysinger is a good player regardless of PFF's grade

Snap Counts

Player Pos. Snaps
Kevin Boothe G 73
Will Beatty T 73
Jim Cordle C 73
David Diehl G 73
Justin Pugh T 73
Eli Manning QB 73
Hakeem Nicks WR 70
Brandon Myers TE 68
Victor Cruz WR 68
Brandon Jacobs RB 60
Rueben Randle WR 39
Bear Pascoe TE 31
Larry Donnell TE 11
David Wilson RB 10
Jerrel Jernigan WR 8

Takeaways: The only big question I have here is why did fullback John Conner not play at all. Bear Pascoe tries, but he just isn't effective clearing holes as a fullback. Conner might not know the entire playbook, but how much do you have to learn to line up, plow straight ahead and hit the first defensive player you see?

Player Pos. Snaps
Will Hill S 81
Spencer Paysinger LB 81
Prince Amukamara CB 81
Ryan Mundy S 81
Trumaine McBride CB 81
Antrel Rolle S 80
Keith Rivers LB 68
Jason Pierre-Paul DE 67
Justin Tuck DE 60
Mathias Kiwanuka DE 48
Shaun Rogers DT 41
Mike Patterson DT 40
Johnathan Hankins DT 32
Cullen Jenkins DT 31
Jacquian Williams LB 13
Damontre Moore DE 5
Terrell Thomas CB 1

Takeaways: The Giants played a three-safety look the entire game. I am amazed that Terrell Thomas only got one snap. Unless his knee was acting up, he could have split some time with Trumaine McBride, who struggled with DeSean Jackson. It was good to see Johnathan Hankins get a healthy amount of snaps, and do well with them. I still can't believe that the Giants, with their inept pass rush, won't give Damontre Moore regular playing time.