The totals skew things a bit, as the Rams' 71 offensive snaps was the highest of the season and by quite a bit; the previous high was 60 from the Week 1 win over the Seahawks. So Tavon Austin's 55 plays was a season high, his 77.46% work rate was a season low.
A big week for Stedman Bailey with only his second game over a 60% rate, the other being Week 2.
And Tre Mason is barely seeing the field anymore. Benny's the clear #2 behind Todd Gurley.
While the Rams' offense saw the most work of the season on Sunday, the defense saw its lightest workload with just 62 snaps.
With OLB Alec Ogletree out for a while, CB Lamarcus Joyner and S Mark Barron were the two major recipients of his playing time share. Joyner hit a season-high 85.47% (previous high: Week 4 @ Arizona, 74.32%) while Barron came in at 80.65% (previous high: Week 4 @ Arizona, 70.27%).
With Ethan Westbrooks among the inactives and the Chris Long injury as well, it was perhaps surprising to see DE Robert Quinn hit a season-low work rate. That meant increased time for the recently returning DE Eugene Sims (season high 46.77%), DE Williiam Hayes (season high 69.35%) and DT Nick Fairley (season high 43.55%).
Chase Reynolds came right back in. And Christian Bryant certainly occupies a soft spot for the coaches.