Here’s a look at who played how much against the Cowboys (via NFL.com):
Offense 66 snaps
QB/O-line: Kirk Cousins, Trent Williams, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, Tyler Polumbus all played 66
The offensive line has missed a total of 15 snaps this year (Lichtensteiger 13, Williams 2)
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Wide receivers: Pierre Garçon 54, Aldrick Robinson 45, Santana Moss 24,Josh Morgan 17, Nick Williams 9
Robinson’s snap counts have been trending up in recent weeks; this was his second-highest of the season (52, Week 11 vs. Eagles)
Tight ends: Logan Paulsen 60, Fred Davis 30, Niles Paul 4
For all of the snaps they took, Paulsen was targeted twice, Davis once.
Running backs: Alfred Morris 40, Roy Helu Jr. 23, Darrel Young 24
Although he appeared to be hampered by his hamstring issue on a few occasions, it doesn’t look like the injury kept him out at all. His 24 snaps were his most since Week 7 vs. the Bears (31)
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Defense 52 snaps
Defensive line: Barry Cofield 37, Chris Baker 32, Kedric Golston 27, Jarvis Jenkins 23, Chris Neild 12
Jenkins appears to be losing snaps to Baker. As Baker has been in the starting role, Jenkins’ reserve work has been dwindling. Had his fewest snaps since Week 9 in this game.
Linebacker: Perry Riley 52, Ryan Kerrigan 50, Brian Orakpo 30, London Fletcher 42, Rob Jackson 19, Darryl Tapp 8
With Nick Barnett out after injuring his knee on a kickoff, Fletcher went most of the game until Dallas’ final drive. He was then taken out for an additional DB until Dallas got close.
Defensive back: DeAngelo Hall 52, Brandon Meriweather 50, Josh Wilson 50, David Amerson 32, E. J. Biggers 24, Reed Doughty 20, Jose Gumbs 10, Trenton Robinson 2
For a while in midseason Amerson was playing the vast majority of the snaps. The past few weeks he’s around half, give or take a few.
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