Finally, we got to see an extended look at Mykal Walker with Deion Jones out of the lineup. Walker was the next guy to step up and while he was by no means perfect on Sunday, he led the team in tackles and earned the praise of Arthur Smith after the game. Walker has earned his spot on this team and should get more snaps, even with a healthy Deion Jones.
Richie Grant struggled to see the field for the first half of the season but has now made it three straight games where he has logged 20 or more snaps on defense. The first nine weeks, Grant only had two such games, so it’s nice to see Atlanta’s second round-pick being included on gameday.
Ade Ogundeji didn’t play as much as he did in relief for Dante Fowler when he was on injured reserve. However, Ogundeji’s 38 snaps were his highest he’s logged in any game in which Fowler has been healthy. Even so, he has played exponentially better the last three weeks than he has all season. If Ogundeji pans out, he could be an absolute steal in the fifth round.
Cordarrelle Patterson saw one play as a safety for a hail mary attempt before the half.
Source : https://thefalconswire.usatoday.com/lists/falcons-nfl-week-13-jaguars-snap-counts/238