Found February 17, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
Let's end the week in the same manner that we have been doing it for quite a few now: With actual Cowboys-based emails from you our valued reader. If you would care to be included in the fun, email me at Sturm1310@aol.com, and be sure to goof on me for still using AOL for email. The first one is in response to our controversial blog this week about Anthony Spencer's future: Bob, Is the stat of how many snaps a given NFL player plays in a season kept anywhere? I can't seem to find it. I ask, cause your blog tells me that Spencer had three more sacks & 30 more tackles than Butler, but not how many plays each plays. Jason Hathaway Jason, Yes, there is a website that keeps snap counts on a game-by-game basis. I am not sure why the NFL does not include these in their official stats, because it seems like something that would be both useful and desired by those that follow the sport. Surely, if a player can do more in fewer snaps, it makes you wonder if he would be b...
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