Here’s a look at who played how much in Week 2 against the Jaguars (snap counts via the NFL). Scroll to the bottom of the page for season to date snap counts for each player.
Offense 85 snaps
QB/O-line: Robert Griffin III 9, Kirk Cousins 76, Trent Williams 84, Shaun Lauvao 79, Kory Lichtensteiger 85, Chris Chester 85, Tyler Polumbus 85, Tom Compton 10, Josh LeRibeus 6, Morgan Moses 1
Moses was active for the first time and played seven special teams snaps in addition to his one on offense. Lauvao has a slight knee injury towards the end of the game and that gave LeRibeus a shot at playing a bit while Compton lined up as the third tight end on occasion.
Wide receivers: DeSean Jackson 12, Pierre Garçon 72, Andre Roberts 65, Aldrick Robinson 9, Ryan Grant 37
Grant got the lion’s share of the snaps that became available when Jackson went out with a shoulder injury.
Tight ends: Logan Paulsen 44, Niles Paul 60
Paul had never played more than 38 snaps in a game prior to this one. He responded to the playing time by having a career day. Knowing that he would pay more on offense in the absence of Jordan Reed they did cut back some on his special teams duties but he still played nine snaps there.
Running backs: Alfred Morris 47, Roy Helu Jr. 30, Darrel Young 26, Silas Redd 8
Redd got the most out of his eight snaps—eight carries, 41 yards, and a TD. Young had only eight snaps vs. the Texans, he got back into the action here.
Defense 50 snaps
Defensive line: Jason Hatcher 39, Jarvis Jenkins 25; Chris Baker 28, Clifton Geathers 10, Frank Kearse 16
A few days before the game Hatcher figured that the three starters would all play 40 or more snaps with Barry Cofield and Kedric Golston out. But they took care of business, held the Jags to six three and outs in their 12 possessions so they were able to have a fairly normal workload despite being short a body or two.
Linebacker: Keenan Robinson 48, Perry Riley 50, Ryan Kerrigan 45, Brian Orakpo 44, Trent Murphy 27
The front seven doing its job on first and second down allowed some linemen to get off of the field on third down with Murphy getting a few more snaps rushing the passer.
Defensive back: David Amerson 50, DeAngelo Hall 50, Ryan Clark 46, Bacarri Rambo 19, E. J. Biggers 23, Trenton Robinson 24, Bashaud Breeland 8, Duke Ihenacho 4
Robinson came in to play safety after a Rambo gaffe led to a long touchdown pass for the second week in a row.
Snap counts season to date
Offense 150 snaps total
Defense 109 snaps total