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Posted by Albert Breer  October 30, 2009 06:31 PM

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Jonathan Wilhite
TOTAL: 173 of 261 snaps (66 percent)
vs BAL: 44 of 70 snaps (63 percent)
at DEN: 32 of 79 snaps (41 percent)
vs TEN: 50 of 51 snaps (98 percent)
vs TB: 47 of 61 snaps (77 percent)

Darius Butler
TOTAL: 144 of 261 snaps (55 percent)
vs BAL: 15 of 70 snaps (21 percent)
at DEN: 30 of 79 snaps (38 percent)
vs TEN: 51 of 51 snaps (100 percent)
vs TB: 48 of 61 snaps (79 percent)

Shawn Springs
TOTAL: 128 of 261 snaps (49 percent)
vs BAL: 57 of 70 snaps (81 percent)
at DEN: 57 of 79 snaps (72 percent)
vs TEN: 11 of 51 snaps (22 percent)
vs TB: 3 of 61 snaps (5 percent)

There are trends, of course. Butler's playing more, Springs is playing less.

But it seems like most of all, these guys are OK with the rotation, and the idea that playing time and roles could fluctuate as the season goes on.

"I came here to win, so whatever takes to win, whatever I have to do, whatever my role is, that's what I going to do," Bodden said. "I would like to be out there, as would everyone else. But that's what coach decides. When we're in there, we have to make the plays."

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