Here’s a look at who played how much against the Vikings (via www.profootballfocus.com):
Offense 81 snaps
QB/O-line: Robert Griffin III, Trent Williams, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, Tyler Polumbus all played 81
The offensive line is now 670/670 for the season.
Wide receivers: Pierre Garçon 68, Leonard Hankerson 43, Santana Moss 39, Josh Morgan 32, Aldrick Robinson 9
Oddly, that’s a season high in snaps for Morgan even though he was only targeted once.
Tight ends: Jordan Reed 64, Logan Paulsen 42, Niles Paul 8
Season high for Reed, too. He appears to be evolving into an every-down player.
Running backs: Alfred Morris 48, Roy Helu Jr. 33, Darrel Young 17
Not many snaps for Young as the Redskins used a lot of three-wide receiver sets.
Defense 53 snaps
Defensive line: Stephen Bowen 34, Barry Cofield 33, Jarvis Jenkins 32, Kedric Golston 24, Chris Baker 20
The most snaps so far this season for Jenkins, who is in his fifth game back after serving his four-game suspension to start the season.
Linebacker: Ryan Kerrigan 53, London Fletcher 50, Perry Riley 49, Brian Orakpo 47, Rob Jackson 9, Nick Barnett 4
It’s hard to take out your defensive leader and play caller but doesn’t Fletcher need to have more to show for 50 snaps than one tackle and one assist, especially against a team that ran Adrian Peterson up the middle a lot?
Defensive back: Brandon Meriweather 53, Josh Wilson 52, DeAngelo Hall 46, Reed Doughty 36, David Amerson 22, E. J. Biggers 16, Bacarri Rambo 6
With the exception of the game he missed due to his suspension, Meriweather has played every defensive snap since Week 3 (361).