Found January 22, 2013 on Total Titans:
During the bye week, I took a look at the per-game and cumulative snaps played by each player on offense. If you'd sent me to the Super Sportsbook, my estimation would have been that the basic trends we saw in player participation were, with the exception of changes caused by injuries, the same trends we would have seen after the bye week. Then, the Titans went and fired offensive coordinator Chris Palmer. One of the big questions for 2013 is just what will Dowell Loggains' offense look like? There are a number of different dimensions to this question, and when I finish breaking down the Jaguars game, I'll mention one thing. At the same time, one of the things I can answer now is what players played less or more. I touched on some of these in my weekly snap report writeups, but I think it's worth taking an overview. I'll have a separate post on the defense, but this post will cover the offense. As I did last time, I will go position by position.   ...
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