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Giants-Cowboys Snap Counts: Who played a lot, who didn't?

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A look at the Giants' snap counts data from Sunday.

Louis Murphy caught his first TD pass as a Giant Sunday
Louis Murphy caught his first TD pass as a Giant Sunday
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The most interesting thing about looking at the snap counts for the New York Giants from Sunday's game isn't really who played and how much. It's how those numbers will change over the next five weeks.

With the Giants effectively out of the playoffs -- although they will talk bravely about still having a chance -- will some of the veterans begin losing playing time to younger players? Will Damontre Moore and Johnathan Hankins see more time on defense? Will James Brewer continue to get time on offense, regardless of the injury to Jim Cordle? Will Larry Donnell or Adrien Robinson, maybe both, get some real playing time at tight end?

By the way, I know Damontre Moore never played on defense. And I know you will scream about it.

We will have to wait and see.

Snap Counts

Offense
Player Pos. Snaps
David Diehl G 67
Kevin Boothe G/C 67
Justin Pugh T 67
Will Beatty T 67
Eli Manning QB 67
Rueben Randle WR 66
Victor Cruz WR 64
Brandon Myers TE 56
Andre Brown RB 53
James Brewer G 45
Jerrel Jernigan WR 33
John Conner FB 27
Jim Cordle C 22
Bear Pascoe TE 17
Brandon Jacobs RB 14
Louis Murphy WR 4
Larry Donnell TE 1
Defense
Player Pos. Snaps
Prince Amukamra CB 65
Will Hill S 65
Jacquian Williams LB 65
Antrel Rolle S 65
Jon Beason LB 65
Mathias Kiwanuka DE 61
Justin Tuck DE 59
Terrell Thomas CB 48
Trumaine McBride CB 45
Cullen Jenkins DT 43
Linval Joseph DT 42
Jason Pierre-Paul DE 27
Ryan Mundy S 17
Keith Rivers LB 17
Mike Patterson DT 17
Johnathan Hankins DT 10
Jayron Hosley CB 4