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Rams-Raiders: Snap Counts Show How St. Louis Trounced Oakland

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The Rams went big on both sides of the ball to clear success.

Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Offense

D Joseph G 51 100.00%
J Barksdale T 51 100.00%
G Robinson G 51 100.00%
S Wells C 51 100.00%
S Hill QB 45 88.24%
K Britt WR 41 80.39%
L Kendricks TE 36 70.59%
T Mason RB 32 62.75%
T Austin WR 31 60.78%
R Saffold T 31 60.78%
S Bailey WR 29 56.86%
J Cook TE 29 56.86%
C Harkey TE 21 41.18%
M Person G 20 39.22%
C Givens WR 12 23.53%
B Cunningham RB 9 17.65%
Z Stacy RB 9 17.65%
A Davis QB 6 11.76%
A Bayer TE 4 7.84%
T Watts RB 1 1.96%
T Barnes C 1 1.96%

With the lead established early, the Rams leaned on the running game and went big with tons of work for Lance Kendricks and both Jared Cook and Corey Harkey near the 50-mark. Things just went the Rams' way so quickly, there wasn't a lot of wiggle room to do otherwise.

Defense

T McDonald SS 78 100.00%
E Gaines CB 78 100.00%
R McLeod FS 78 100.00%
A Ogletree LB 78 100.00%
J Laurinaitis LB 78 100.00%
A Donald DT 60 76.92%
T Johnson CB 57 73.08%
M Brockers DT 53 67.95%
R Quinn DE 49 62.82%
M Barron SS 46 58.97%
K Langford DT 43 55.13%
J Jenkins CB 40 51.28%
C Long DE 38 48.72%
W Hayes DE 35 44.87%
E Sims DE 34 43.59%
J Dunbar LB 13 16.67%

Good to see Chris Long get as much work as he did coming off of IR. And he was needed because the Rams went big at the back with Mark Barron well over half of the snaps. The Rams have Barron and T.J. McDonald under contract for next year, but Rodney McLeod's a restricted free agent. Decisions, decisions...

It was a curious work rate for Janoris Jenkins. We'll have to see if that's indicative of where he's at in the secondary for the remainder of the season.

I was a bit surprised to see the starters roll through the whole game and not get the second units some time. We haven't had a ton of blowouts to do so in the last decade, so perhaps there just wasn't a plan in place to cycle through guys like Daren Bates or Maurice Alexander.

Special Teams

W Herring LB 24 75.00%
T Watts RB 21 65.63%
C Reynolds RB 21 65.63%
K Toomer LB 21 65.63%
C Davis FS 21 65.63%
D Bates LB 21 65.63%
M Alexander SS 20 62.50%
G Zuerlein K 17 53.13%
B Cunningham RB 15 46.88%
A Bayer TE 15 46.88%
J Hekker P 14 43.75%
J McQuaide LS 14 43.75%
M Person G 9 28.13%
D Joseph G 8 25.00%
J Barksdale T 8 25.00%
G Robinson G 8 25.00%
T Austin WR 8 25.00%
S Bailey WR 8 25.00%
C Harkey TE 8 25.00%
T Barnes C 8 25.00%
M Barron SS 8 25.00%
T McDonald SS 7 21.88%
T Johnson CB 7 21.88%
R Saffold T 6 18.75%
E Gaines CB 6 18.75%
E Sims DE 5 15.63%
R McLeod FS 4 12.50%
A Donald DT 3 9.38%
M Brockers DT 3 9.38%
R Quinn DE 3 9.38%
J Jenkins CB 3 9.38%
W Hayes DE 3 9.38%
C Givens WR 2 6.25%

Nothing really jumping out at me here. Am I missing anything?