LT Greg Robinson is the only Ram to have played 100% of the snaps all season in any of the three facets: offense, defense or special teams.
Rookie RB Just Todd Gurley has played less than 50% of the Rams' offensive snaps in 2015.
RB Tre Mason has played in just 16.88% of the offensive snaps this year.
FB/TE/humanbrick Cory Harkey topped 30% against the Lions, the first time he's done so since Week 9 in Minnesota.
After not playing a single snap in the first eight games, G Cody Wichmann has played every single snap in the last four games.
DT Aaron Donald played in a season-low 63.38% of defensive plays on Sunday.
I've used these pieces to highlight how much more the defense has played than the offense before, contributing to overall fatigue on the D vs. the O. One other factor to keep in mind? The Rams have played 29 players across the offense and just 23 across defense.
Playing just 25.35% of the defensive snaps yesterday, Akeem Ayers played his least since Week 3 against the Steelers.
Welcome to the team, Eric Patterson. What a depressing entry.
I know it's punting and nothing moves the needle like punting, but just how good is Johnny Hekker? Are we talking best Rams punter ever? What kind of career goals should he be setting now?
And that's Kenny Britt with his first special teams snap of 2015. His lone ST snap is lowest among all Rams this season just below Jared Cook who has two this season: one this week and one last week.