New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees goes over the top for the winning touchdown in overtime to beat the Atlanta Falcons 43-37 in an NFL football game, on Sunday, Sept 23, 2018, in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution)             

Snap counts in Falcons’ loss to Saints

Reed plays season-high 62 snaps; Means gets 18 snaps 

OFFENSE

G W Schweitzer 100% 68   4 11% (special teams)

T R Schraeder    100% 68 4 11%

T J Matthews      100% 68 4 11%

G B Fusco             100% 68 4 11%

QB M Ryan           100% 68 

C A Mack               100% 68

WR M Sanu            87% 59

TE A Hooper         85% 58 4 11%

WR J Jones           79% 54

RB T Coleman     78% 53

WR C Ridley          62% 42

TE L Paulsen         31% 21 12 33%

WR J Hardy            22% 15 15 42%

WR M Hall               18% 12 18 50%

RB I Smith               15% 10

FB R Ortiz                13% 9 8 22%

TE E Saubert            7% 5 21 58%

WR R Gage                 3% 2 25 69%

DEFENSE

CB R Alford           78 99% 16 44%

CB D Trufant         77 97% 3 8%

LB D Campbell    76 96% 9 25%

FS D Kazee            73 92% 18 50%

SS B Poole            70 89% 8 22%

DT G Jarrett         66 84% 9 25%

SS R Allen              66 84%

DE V Beasley        65 82% 2 6%

LB D Riley              63 80% 9 25%

LB B Reed              62 78% 15 42%

DT T McClain        41 52% 7 19%

NT D Senat           29 37%

SS J Richards      25 32% 21 58%

DT J Crawford     21 27% 9 25%

LB F Oluokun      19 24% 22 61%

LB S Means          18 23% 2 6%

CB I Oliver            11 14% 18 50%

DT J Zimmer         9 11%

SPECIAL TEAMS ONLY

LB K Ishmael     23 64%

CB J Bethel        20 56%

P M Bosher         17 47%

LB R Jarvis         17 47%

LS J Harris          10 28%

RB B Hill              10 28%

PK M Bryant         4 11%

G B Garland          4 11%

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