The majority of the offensive line played the entire game with the exception of Graham Glasgow who missed three snaps and was replaced by Netane Muti.
The wide receiver group saw Courtland Sutton (80 percent) and Tim Patrick (70 percent) seeing a majority of the snaps with Jerry Jeudy only playing 47 percent because of injury. KJ Hamler had 36 percent of the offensive snaps. We only used four WRs on offense.
|Lloyd Cushenberry III||C||66||100%|
Noah Fant played 77 percent of the offensive snaps with Albert Okweugbunam (56 percent) and Eric Saubert (33 percent) also seeing significant playing time. Saubert was also a major contributor on special teams playing on 17 of them (89 percent).
The running back snaps were split exactly evenly with both Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon playing half of them.
|Patrick Surtain II||CB||16||26%|
Josey Jewell, Ronald Darby, Justin Simmons and Kareem Jackson played every defensive snap.
Losing Darby temporarily to the IR should allow Patrick Surtain to play a bigger role on defense. He only played 16 defensive snaps in week one. Kyle Fuller (90 percent) and Bryce Callahan (84 percent) were the other cornerbacks we used on defense on Sunday.
Alexander Johnson played 84 percent of the defensive snaps, coming off the field on third downs this year with Jewell being the every-down ILB. Von Milller played 72 percent with Malik Reed (74 percent), Jonathan Cooper (28 percent) and Andre Mintze (26 percent) as the OLB’s. Presumably Mintze will be benched once Bradley Chubb is ready to start since he appeared to back up Reed on Sunday.
On the defensive line we rotated five guys with Dre’Mont Jones (66 percent), Shelby Harris (52 percent), Mike Purcell (39 percent), Shamar Stephen and Deshawn Williams (both 30 percent).
Besides Brandon McManus, Sam Martin and Jacob Bobenmoyer we had ten players who did not play on offense or defense, but who played on special teams.