Here’s a look at who played how much against the Chargers (via www.profootballfocus.com):
Offense 78 snaps
QB/O-line: Robert Griffin III, Trent Williams, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, Tyler Polumbus all played 78
The offensive line is now 589/589 for the season.
Wide receivers: Pierre Garçon 63, Leonard Hankerson 36, Santana Moss 27, Josh Morgan 21, Aldrick Robinson 10
After playing anywhere from 42-57 snaps in five of the first six games, Hankerson has played fewer than 40 the last two. That’s due to the large number of two- and three-tight end sets the Redskins have been running.
Tight ends: Jordan Reed 56, Logan Paulsen 52, Niles Paul 22
Paul played 28 snaps against Oakland and 22 here. In the other six games he has played no more than seven snaps.
Running backs: Alfred Morris 56, Roy Helu Jr. 22, Darrel Young 21
This was by far a season high in snaps for Morris. He had no more than 43 in a game (vs. DET) prior to this one.
Defense 66 snaps
Defensive line: Barry Cofield 46, Stephen Bowen 41, Jarvis Jenkins 24, Chris Baker 17, Kedric Golston 5
Jenkins did not start as the Redskins opened the game with two DL and three cornerbacks. His workload was down from 30 last week but there were 16 more defensive snaps against the Broncos.
Linebacker: London Fletcher 63, Ryan Kerrigan 63, Perry Riley 60, Brian Orakpo 56, Rob Jackson 11, Brandon Jenkins 9, Nick Barnett 7
Brandon Jenkins saw his first action on defense since Week 2 and recorded a QB hurry and a solo tackle in his nine snaps.
Defensive back: Brandon Meriweather 66, DeAngelo Hall 66, Josh Wilson 64, David Amerson 58, E. J. Biggers 54, Reed Doughty 8, Bacarri Rambo 8
Don’t look now, but the rookie Amerson is essentially a starter. He was in for the first snap in each of the last two games and he has played all but 15 of the 148 defensive plays.