Here are the playing time totals for the Redskins against St. Louis on Sunday. All totals are unofficial.
*53 snaps (including three negated by penalty but not including pre-snap penalties delay of game and false start).
DL: Andre Carter 50, Albert Haynesworth 42, Kedric Golston 31, Phillip Daniels 29, Cornelius Griffin 26, Lorenzo Alexander 6, Jeremy Jarmon 1.
LB: London Fletcher 53, Brian Orakpo 48, Rocky McIntosh 46, Chris Wilson 3.
DB: Carlos Rogers 53, LaRon Landry 53, DeAngelo Hall 53, Chris Horton 48, Justin Tryon 29, Reed Doughty 10.
Analysis: I’m missing three snaps somewhere – my grand total is 580 and it should be 583. … Haynesworth played 79.2 percent of the plays (he played 72 percent against the Giants). … Tryon took over Fred Smoot’s duties and his snaps has to be a career high. … The final four-play possession included all six defensive backs in uniform. … Fletcher is the only player to play every snap through two games. … There were no five-linemen looks.
*71 snaps (including an aborted play – fumbled handoff and not included two Dockery false starts and one delay of game).
RB: Clinton Portis 45, Mike Sellers 33, Ladell Betts 19, Marcus Mason 5.
TE: Chris Cooley 69, Fred Davis 22.
WR: Santana Moss 67, Malcolm Kelly 44, Antwaan Randle El 32, Devin Thomas 17, Marko Mitchell 2.
Analysis: A week after playing only 50 percent of the time, Portis upped his percentage to 63.4 percent, including possessions of 11, 8 and 9 snaps. … Mason made his NFL debut and undoubtedly took snaps away from Betts. … The totals for Kelly and Randle El are befitting of a Nos. 2 and 3 receiver pecking order. … Dressing Mitchell instead of an extra lineman (either side of the ball) is a mystery – he’s played 3 snaps in two games. … Cooley played 10 or more snaps on five different possessions. … TE Todd Yoder has played no offensive snaps in two games.
– Ryan O’Halloran