The following players were inactive and did not play: Nate Allen, Marcus Smith II, Brad Smith, Taylor Hart, Matt Barkley, Dennis Kelly, Julian Vandervelde.
The following players were active but did not play: David Molk.
Nothing too out of the ordinary here. Mark Sanchez filled in for Nick Foles. Andrew Gardner took over for Todd Herremans at right guard.
Zach Ertz played less than a third of the team's offensive snaps because the Eagles relied on the blocking abilities of veteran tight ends Brent Celek and James Casey. Ertz's previous low snap count percentage was 40% in Week 5. Ertz won't be able to get on the field more until he improves as a blocker.
LeSean McCoy only played 65% of the snaps due to a mix of Darren Sproles and Chris Polk to spell him. Polk is rightfully carving out a small role for himself in this offense.
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Earl Wolff played 100% of the team's defensive snaps with Nate Allen out due to injury.
Mychal Kendricks returned to a full-time role after being limited in Week 8.
Brandon Boykin has played at least 45% or more of the team's defensive snaps since Week 5.
Casey Matthews filled in for DeMeco Ryans after the veteran left with a season-ending injury.
Rookie first round pick Marcus Smith II was inactive, as noted as the top of this post. Sunday became the second time this season he's been inactive on game-day. Smith II will probably be active moving forward, however, due to Ryans' injury.
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Earl Wolff's big special teams role was reduced due to him having to play starting snaps.
Rookie cornerback Jaylen Watkins didn't appear on defense but contributed on special teams.