Snap counts from Bengals’ Week 4 win over Jaguars

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The Cincinnati Bengals got some help from unexpected depth names during the team’s Week 4 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on primetime.

Isaiah Prince was an unexpected situational deployment for the offensive line that helped spur the offense to some elite Pro Football Focus grades. All five starters played 100 percent of the snaps, too.

Ja’Marr Chase led all receivers with 79 percent of the offense’s snaps, while Auden Tate and Mike Thomas nearly had an even split with Tee Higgins out.

Brandon Wilson played every defensive snap for the unit missing Jessie Bates, while corner Eli Apple got in on 91 percent of the snaps. Trae Waynes, making his debut with the team, played 95 percent of the snaps.

A short turnaround to a Thursday game was always going to be a serious stress test for Cincinnati’s depth and to its credit, everything worked out as the team moved to 3-1 with a win.

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