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Chargers' playing-time breakdown

SAN DIEGO -- An examination of the snap counts from the San Diego Chargers' 17-7 win over the Dallas Cowboys.

OFFENSE (Based on 61 offensive snaps)

QuarterbackBrad Sorensen 31, Kellen Clemens 25, Philip Rivers 6

Running backBranden Oliver 18, Jahwan Edwards 17, Dreamius Smith 15, Melvin Gordon 9, Danny Woodhead 3.

Wide receiverAustin Pettis 28, Dontrelle Inman 22, Javontee Herndon 21, Torrence Allen 18, Tyrell Williams 16, Titus Davis 14, Stevie Johnson 9, Jacoby Jones 6, Malcom Floyd 6, Keenan Allen 6.

Tight end Kyle Miller 29, John Phillips 24, David Paulson 19, Brian Parker 9, Eric Frohnapfel 8, David Johnson 6, Ladarius Green 4, Antonio Gates 3.

Offensive lineKenny Wiggins 50, Jeremiah Sirles 46, Michael Huey 36, Chris Hairston 30, Tyreek Burwell 28, Trevor Robinson 22, Craig Watts 20, Chris Watt 12, D.J. Fluker 12, Joe Barksdale 12, Orlando Franklin 12, King Dunlap 12, Melvin Meggs 9 Johnnie Troutman 4, Forrestal Hickman.

Offensive analysis -- Pettis was the most targeted receiver with four targets. ... Sorensen finished 4-of-8 for 24 yards. He was sacked twice and posted a 56.2 passer rating. ... Edwards rushed for 53 yards on 11 carries, averaging 4.8 yards per carry. ... The Chargers finished 7-of-15 (47 percent) on third down. … The Chargers were 2-for-2 in the red zone. ... San Diego rushed for 135 total yards on the ground.

DEFENSE (Based on 59 defensive snaps)

LineDarius Philon 37, Mitch Unrein 26, Damion Square 21, Ricardo Mathews 16, Cameron Botticelli 12, Ryan Carrethers 11, Corey Liuget 11, Luther Robinson 10, Kendall Reyes 6.

LinebackerChi Chi Ariguzo 26, Denzel Perryman 25, Kyle Emanuel 25, Kavell Conner 25, Cordarro Law 24, Nick Dzubnar 23, Colton Underwood 22, Jeremiah Attaochu 20, Tourek Williams 13, Melvin Ingram 11, Manti Te’o 11, Donald Butler 10, Brock Hekking 6, Ryan Mueller 5, Curtis Grant 3.

SecondaryCraig Mager 43, Richard Crawford 34, Adrian Phillips 31, Jahleel Addae 30, Patrick Robinson 26, Jimmy Wilson 21, Steve Williams 19, Johnny Lowdermilk 17, Jordan Mabin 13, Eric Weddle 11, Manny Asprilla 7, Darrell Stuckey 6, Chris Davis 6.

Defensive analysis – Addae, Dzubnar and Perryman led the Chargers with five combined tackles each. ... Law finished with a sack, two tackles for loss and a quarterback hit. ... Defensively, the Chargers held the Dallas offense to 5-of-13 (38 percent) on third down. ... San Diego punter Mike Scifres averaged 50.6 yards a punt on five punts, with a net of 42 yards per punt. Scifres also had two punts inside the 20-yard line.