Interesting week for the wideouts. Sunday marked the second time this season Tavon has gone back-to-back games topping 80%. Kenny Britt, meanwhile, hit a season low dipping below 50%. Bradley Marquez had his lowest rate since not even playing against the Baltimore Ravens more than a month ago. And Wes Welker, who played just 3.85% of the snaps against the Tampa Buccaneers in Week 15, jumped up to nearly a quarter of all offensive plays this week.
Greg Robinson and Tim Barnes are the only two Rams to play 80% or more of all offensive snaps this season; Robinson has played all 887 snaps while Barnes has missed three snaps.
Not sure why, but Aaron Donald played nearly every snap against the Seahawks. He's averaging just 78.19% of the snaps per game, and given the rotation on the D-line...that's very, very unusual.
Fact I wouldn't have predicted/wanted to become true four months ago: DE Robert Quinn and S Maurice Alexander have played the exact same number of snaps this season. OLB Alec Ogletree, who hasn't played a down since getting injured against the Arizona Cardinals back in Week 4, has played nine less snaps than they have.
Doug Worthington, who didn't play the first 14 weeks of the season, has 53 snaps in the last two weeks. Not sure if it's for the staff to see if he's worth keeping or if the Rams are letting him audition for a new employer for 2016, but it's not game-related.
Christian Bryant might be the most interesting untold story in 2015 of any Ram for me. For someone who's been in and out in terms of availability, the Rams have leaned on him pretty heavily in special teams over the course of the season. He's taken more special teams snaps than Greg Zuerlein or Tavon Austin despite not even playing in seven games. In five of the games he has played in, he's played more than 50% of the special teams snaps.