These are the snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles 48-30 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
The most notable difference in the offensive snap counts is the emergence of Zach Ertz. For the first time this year Ertz finished with more snaps than Brent Celek. This makes sense because the Eagles favored the passing attack instead of the run game. Celek has been more heavily used as a run blocker while Ertz is a weapon through the air.
Another interesting thing to notice is the disappearance of Bryce Brown. Chris Polk played more snaps than Bryce Brown for the first time all year. It's possible Polk has surpassed Brown on the depth chart.
At the bottom of the chart, you can see Brad Smith is still getting a select few snaps here and there. Also: Damaris Johnson played!
On defense, Bennie Logan played a season high percentage of snaps. Safety Patrick Chung's snaps decreased because he was benched during the game. Kurt Coleman filled in for Chung before leaving with an injury. Colt Anderson also saw a few snaps due to the state of the safeties. Boykin played fewer snaps than he usually would have due to leaving the game with an injury.
Eagles players with the most ST snaps: James Casey, Chris Polk, Brad Smith, Brandon Boykin, Brandon Graham, Casey Matthews, Colt Anderson, Kurt Coleman, Jake Knott, Roc Carmichael, Emmanuel Acho, Jon Dorenbos, Donnie Jones, Alex Henery.
Active, but did not play: Michael Vick
Inactives: Earl Wolff, Najee Goode, Curtis Marsh, Matt Barkley, Matt Tobin, Dennis Kelly, Matthew Tucker