Kenny Britt was back to his Week 2 >90% rate with Brian Quick just getting started and Chris Givens off to Baltimore.
And the Rams went pretty heavy with their three TE flex plays. The 75-50-25 rate (or greater) for Jared Cook, Lance Kendricks and Cory Harkey is roughly what the Rams have gone for when going heavy. The only game they haven't gone heavy? The aforementioned Week 2 game in Washington where the Rams went down early and leaned into their WR corps with a season-high work rate for Stedman Bailey; the TE rate in that game was roughly 75-40-15.
And now the final key is looking at the RB committee. Benny came in just under 30% the last two weeks while Tre Mason's work rate plummeted in Todd Gurley's coming out party. We'll have to see how this plays out in Green Bay this weekend and moving forward...
Get better, Alec Ogletree. His injury left open some time for Mark Barron, Akeem Ayers and the deep linebacking plays in Daren Bates and even Cameron Lynch. Barron was the primary beneficiary, having averaged roughly a 33% work rate in his first three games and seeing that double on Sunday. We'll have to see how Jeff Fisher and Gregg Williams scheme for that with time to prepare rather than just adjusting on the fly.
No rest for Christian Bryant. Promoted from the practice squad late in the week, he was immediately pressed into action on Sunday.
Strange to see Greg Robinson and Akeem Ayers picking up snaps in specials for the first time this season.
And Cody Wichmann made it onto the field for the first time since Week 1.