Here is who played how much on Monday night vs. the Giants
Offense: 54 snaps
Quarterback: Robert Griffin III 54
Offensive line: Trent Williams, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, and Tyler Polumbus all played 54 snaps
The 62 snaps that Trent Williams missed after getting injured against the Bengals remain the only snaps of the 794 plays this year that any offensive lineman has missed.
Wide receiver: Pierre Garçon 31, Josh Morgan 33, Leonard Hankerson 35, Santana Moss 15, Aldrick Robinson 4
Hankerson played the most snaps here but he was targeted just once. He made the catch in the fourth quarter for 14 yards, setting up the game winner from Griffin to Garçon.
Tight end: Logan Paulsen 54, Niles Paul 13, Chris Cooley 5
Cooley continues to ride the bench for the most part. Paul had about his usual workload.
Running back: Alfred Morris 47, Darrel Young 26, Evan Royster 7
Royster came in to give Morris a rest on a couple of occasions but Alfred is still the workhorse in the backfield.
Defense: 69 snaps
Defensive line: Barry Cofield 50, Stephen Bowen 49, Jarvis Jenkins 30, Kedric Golston 25, Chris Baker 14
Cofield continues to play a very high percentage of the snaps despite the team’s stated goal of having him play less. He’s played 560 of the team’s 857 defensive snaps, about 65 percent. Jim Haslett said before the season that he wanted Cofield to play more like 55 percent.
Linebackers: Ryan Kerrigan 69, London Fletcher 69, Perry Riley 67, Rob Jackson 53, Lorenzo Alexander 17
Jackson convinced the coaches to let him stay in and rush the quarterback I the second half. The move paid off as Jackson got a third-down sack and drew a key holding call in the second half.
Defensive back: DeAngelo Hall 69, Josh Wilson 69, Madieu Williams 69, Cedric Griffin 47, DeJon Gomes 22, Reed Doughty 21, Jordan Pugh 17, D. J. Johnson 2
Griffin’s snaps will be the last he plays in the regular season as he get four games off due to his violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy.