Week Ten in Review

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Week Ten is complete and marked the return to the NFL of veteran snapper Jeremy Cain, who filled in for the injured Patrick Mannelly in Chicago.  Cain was released by the Jaguars in training camp.  Mannelly is expected to return at some point this season.  Although it is likely coincidental, the Bears are 1-7 in games without Mannelly at snapper.  This is just the second change at the snapping position this year, with the Redskins being the other NFL club that has made a snapping change due to injury.

In game action, the Giants blocked a Raider punt for a touchdown.  Multiple snappers recorded tackles in punt coverage this week, with solo tackles from Clark Harris (Bengals), Morgan Cox (Ravens), Matt Overton (Colts), Jon Condo (Raiders), Zak DeOssie (Giants) and LP Ladouceur (Cowboys) and an assisted tackle from Josh Harris (Falcons).

The NFL Long Snappers Chart after Week Ten is below.

Week Ten NFL Long Snappers Chart

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