Here are the snap counts for the Redskins against the Steelers (counts via Pro Football Focus)
Total offensive snaps: 62
Quarterback: Robert Griffin III 62
Offensive line: Trent Williams, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, and Tyler Polumbus all played 62 snaps.
Of the five linemen, only Williams has missed so much as a snap this year.
Wide receiver: Leonard Hankerson 48, Josh Morgan 44, Santana Moss 26, Aldrick Robinson 15, Dez Briscoe 10
WR per snap: 2.3 More distribution of snaps this time around than there was against the Giants, when Robinson played just three and Briscoe one.
Tight ends: Logan Paulsen 59, Chris Cooley 20, Niles Paul 10
It will be interesting to see what happens to Cooley’s playing time as the rest of the year unfolds. Will it ramp up into the 30 or 40 snaps per game range or stay in the 20’s?
Running backs: Alfred Morris, 44, Darrel Young 17, Evan Royster 17
After playing 41 snaps against the Giants, Young reverted his normal work load.
Total defensive snaps: 62
Defensive line: Barry Cofield 46, Stephen Bowen 45, Jarvis Jenkins 35, Chris Baker 19, Kedric Golston 15
Jim Haslett generally does not want Cofield being his leader in snaps take on the defensive line since nose tackle is such a physical position. Look for him to get a little more time off against Carolina.
Linebackers: Ryan Kerrigan 62, London Fletcher 62, Perry Riley 53, Lorenzo Alexander 36, Rob Jackson 33, Keenan Robinson 2, Mario Addison 2
It appears that Chris Wilson has been benched entirely, at least from all but special teams action. Riley missed a few snaps with a hamstring injury and his status bears watching this week.
Defensive backs: Josh Wilson 59, Madieu Williams 56, DeAngelo Hall 53, Cedric Griffin 39, Reed Doughty 32, Jordan Pugh 32
David Jones, the fourth CB, was active but did not play on defense. Pugh and Doughty continue their pattern of the last few weeks of sharing the strong safety job.