Patriots Week 12 Participation and Statistics: Offense

PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 27: (L-R) Rob Gronkowski #87 and Aaron Hernandez #81 of the New England Patriots react after Gronkowski caught a 24-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on November 27, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)

A look at the participation numbers for Patriots offensive skill position players from the Patriots week 12 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.  Are statistics are unofficial, compiled by ProFootballFocus.com.  All charts are after the jump.

Quarterback Participation:

Name

Snaps

COMP

ATT

YDS

TD

INT

Tom Brady

72/77

24

34

361

3

0

Brian Hoyer

5/77

0

0

0

0

0

Analysis: Tom Brady played into the fourth quarter, when Brian Hoyer came in for the Patriots final drive with the team up 38-13.  All of Hoyer's snaps were run plays.

Receiver Participation and Targets:

Name

Snaps

Targets

REC

YDS

TD

YAC

Drop

Wes Welker

72/77

12

8

115

2

49

1

Deion Branch

56/77

10

6

125

0

81

1

Aaron Hernandez

69/77

6

6

62

0

59

0

Rob Gronkowski

72/77

4

4

59

1

19

0

Tiquan Underwood

19/77

1

0

0

0

0

1

Julian Edelman

27/77

0

0

0

0

0

0

Matt Slater

3/77

0

0

0

0

0

0

Analysis: With Chad Ochocinco out, receivers Tiquan Underwood and Julian Edelman split snaps as the third receiver.  However, Edelman received no targets and Underwood dropped his only one.  Something that stood out to me was the target to reception ratio for the Patriots tight ends: a perfect ten receptions on ten targets for the dynamic duo.  The only players to record a reception for the Patriots were receivers Wes Welker and Deion Branch and tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.  Also, it was pretty impressive that tight end had 59 yards after the catch on 62 total receiving yards.  Also of note, not a single running back was targeted in the receiving game.

Running Participation and Statistics:

Name

Snaps

ATT

YDS

TD

MT

YCo

B. Green-Ellis

24/77

14

44

2

1

23

Shane Vereen

13/77

7

18

0

2

28

Danny Woodhead

10/77

4

20

0

1

7

Stevan Ridley

10/77

4

4

0

0

5

Tom Brady

72/77

5

28

0

0

24

Donald Thomas (FB)

1/77

0

-

-

-

-

Analysis: Shane Vereen played the second most snaps of any Patriots running back, with all of those snaps coming with the game pretty much in hand.  Vereen had just 18 total yards, but had 28 yards after contact.  BenJarvus Green-Ellis carried the ball on 14 of his 24 snaps.

Blocking Participation:

Name          

POS

Snaps

Run Block

Pass Block

Matt Light

LT

77/77

38/77

39/77

Logan Mankins

LG

77/77

38/77

39/77

Ryan Wendell

C

77/77

38/77

39/77

Brian Waters

RG

77/77

38/77

39/77

Sebastian Vollmer

RT

44/77

20/77

24/77

Nate Solder

TE/RT

47/77

27/77

20/77

Marcus Cannon

RT

5/77

5/77

0/77

Analysis: Matt Light, Logan Mankins, Ryan Wendell, and Brian Waters all played every snap for the Patriots on Sunday against the Eagles.  Sebastian Vollmer played just 44 snaps due to an injury sustained late in the first half.  Most of Nate Solder's first half snaps came as a third tight end, but he moved to right tackle in the second half when Vollmer went down.  Marcus Cannon played all five snaps on the Patriots' final series at right tackle.

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