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Giants' Snap Counts: Brandon Mosley, other youngsters see more time

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A look at the snap counts for the Giants on Sunday vs. the Seattle Seahawks.

Brandon Mosley gets called for a facemask penalty
Brandon Mosley gets called for a facemask penalty
Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

No snap counts chart today for the New York Giants. Let's go for the short version, giving you the important suff when it comes to playing time Sunday vs. the Seattle Seahawks.

-- Brandon Mosley took over at left guard for James Brewer after one series in the second half. Mosley wound up playing 34 snaps to Brewer's 25, and did well. Was Brewer really hurt? I don't know. I do know I believe Mosley played well enough to earn the start this Sunday vs. the Detroit Lions.

-- Damontre Moore played 19 snaps at defensive end, his season-high. Moore made two tackles, but had no impact rushing the passer. He is getting out there, however, and that is a good thing for the Giants' future.

-- Rookie defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins played 24 snaps. He had three tackles, one for loss.

-- Trumaine McBride played 57 snaps at left corner. Jayron Hosley was on the field for only 10 snaps.

-- Markus Kuhn got 10 snaps at defensive tackle.

-- Dallas Reynolds played for the first time as a Giant, getting the final five snaps at center.

-- Spencer Paysinger played 49 snaps at linebacker, with Jacquian Williams getting only 17.

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