We might never see another Malcolm Jenkins. That’s how incredibly durable Jenkins has been in his career in Philly. 

The Eagles’ 2019 regular season ended with a win and a playoff berth, but let’s take a moment to appreciate the Eagles’ star safety. 

Jenkins, who turned 32 just 10 days ago, played all 74 snaps in Sunday’s 34-17 win over the Giants. 

That means he played all 1,034 defensive snaps this season for the Eagles. It’s the second straight year he hasn’t missed a play. 

And since the start of the 2017 playoffs, he has played 2,420 consecutive snaps. 

Since Jenkins arrived to Philadelphia in 2014, he has been on the field for 6,754 of 6,845 possible defensive snaps (98.7 percent) in the regular season and the playoffs. 

To top it off, Jenkins has also chipped in another 933 snaps on special teams! 

Jenkins is an all-time Eagle and one of the best free agent pickups in franchise history. It’s hard to quantify how much he means to this defense. 

Let’s take a look at snap counts from Sunday’s game: 

Offensive notes

• Jason Kelce is an Iron Man in his own right. He played all 74 snaps on Sunday and played all 1,183 on offense this season. Isaac Seumalo missed just two all year. 

• With the injury to Miles Sanders, Boston Scott played a career-high 55 snaps and made the most of them. He was incredible, piling up 138 yards from scrimmage and three rushing touchdowns. 


• Jordan Howard played just one snap and didn’t have a carry. He was cleared for contact, but apparently wasn’t ready to have a role yet. 

• Without Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert played 74 snaps, which was a career high. He had a good game with four catches for 65 yards. Josh Perkins played 58 snaps and had a touchdown catch.  

• At receiver, Robert Davis led the way with 58 snaps, followed by Greg Ward with 56, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside with 17 and Deontay Burnett with 15. Arcega-Whiteside has been dealing with a foot injury. 


Jason Kelce: 74 snaps (100%)
Isaac Seumalo: 74 (100%) 
Halapoulivaati Vaitai: 74 (100%) 
Carson Wentz: 74 (100%) 
Dallas Goedert: 74 (100%)  
Jason Peters: 71 (96%) 
Josh Perkins: 58 (78%) 
Robert Davis: 58 (78%) 
Greg Ward: 56 (76%) 
Boston Scott: 55 (74%) 
Brandon Brooks: 39 (53%) 
Matt Pryor: 35 (47%) 
Miles Sanders: 23 (31%) 
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside: 17 (23%) 
Deontay Burnett: 15 (20%) 
Andre Dillard: 8 (11%) 
Richard Rodgers: 5 (7%) 
Nate Herbig: 3 (4%) 
Jordan Howard: 1 (1%)

Defensive notes

• While Jenkins played every snap this season, Rodney McLeod missed just two in a season coming off an ACL tear. He’s meant a lot to the Eagles this season. 

• Rasul Douglas played every snap Sunday, while Cre’Von LeBlanc (59) and Sidney Jones (57) played a lot. Avonte Maddox was dealing with an injury and played just 19. 

• Derek Barnett led the way for defensive ends with 51 snaps, followed by Brandon Graham (45), Vinny Curry (44) andJosh Sweat (27). 


Malcolm Jenkins: 74 snaps (100%)
Rasul Douglas: 74 (100%) 
Rodney McLeod: 74 (100%) 
Nigel Bradham: 74 (100%) 
Cre’Von LeBlanc: 59 (80%) 
Sidney Jones: 57 (77%) 
Fletcher Cox: 55 (74%) 
Derek Barnett: 51 (69%) 
Nathan Gerry: 47 (64%) 
Brandon Graham: 45 (61%)
Vinny Curry: 44 (59%) 
Marcus Epps: 33 (45%)
Josh Sweat: 27 (36%) 
Tim Jernigan: 26 (35%) 
Avonte Maddox: 19 (26%) 
Bruce Hector: 15 (20%) 
Anthony Rush: 14 (19%) 
Daeshon Hall: 11 (15%) 
Genard Avery: 9 (12%) 
T.J. Edwards: 6 (8%)

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