These are the player snap counts from the Seattle Seahawks.24-14 loss to the
The following players were inactive and did not play: Roc Carmichael, Jaylen Watkins, Nick Foles, Trey Burton, Taylor Hart, Dennis Kelly, Julian Vandervelde.
The following players were active but did not play: Matt Barkley, David Molk.
The thing that stands out the most is that Brent Celek and Zach Ertz nearly split playing time. Ertz's playing time has been more limited in recent weeks with the team relying on Celek's prowess as a blocker. Ertz caught two passes for 39 yards and one touchdown against Seattle. He also dropped a pass that was thrown high but still looked able to be caught.
Chris Polk did not play any offensive snaps for the first time since sitting out in Week 6 due to an ankle injury. Polk was ruled probable on the team's final injury report with an ankle injury. He did play some special teams snaps, as seen below.
Jeff Maehl was active and saw a few snaps due to Trey Burton's hamstring injury.
Bennie Logan's 67% snaps played were a season high. The Eagles likely wanted to keep him in to help shut down Marshawn Lynch.
Emmanuel Acho only played two snaps after sitting out entirely last week. Acho was a full participant in practice this week but perhaps the Eagles were going easy on him. Casey Matthews handled the majority of inside linebacker snaps at 76%.
Brandon Boykin only played 22% of the team's snaps.
Chris Prosinski finished with three special teams tackles against Seattle. He's been a good in-season pickup by Philadelphia.
Marcus Smith II played some special teams snaps due to Trey Burton being out. The Eagles first round pick made the most of them by being in on a fumble by the Seahawks punter and creating an opportunity for the Eagles to recover the ball.