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Eagles Snap Counts: Josh Huff was never targeted again after his first quarter touchdown

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Here's a look at how often each player saw the field in the Eagles' Week 11 loss to the Dolphins.

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Here are the player snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles' loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The following players were ruled inactive prior to the game: Sam Bradford, Ryan Mathews, Josh Andrews, Emmanuel Acho, Brandon Bair, Denzel Rice, Tanner Hawkinson.

The following player(s) were active but did not play: Thad Lewis, Ed Reynolds.

OFFENSE

NOTES:

Josh Huff turned a 10-yard reception into an impressive 39-yard catch-and-run touchdown early in the first quarter. Then he wasn't even targeted for the rest of the entire game. Questionable strategy.

Jordan Matthews played the most snaps of any receiver by playing every single offensive snap. He finished with four receptions for 13 yards.

Jason Peters left the game early. He didn't suffer a new injury. Rather, it seemed like it was preservation since the Eagles were out of the game anyway. Lane Johnson shifted over to left tackle with Dennis Kelly taking over at right tackle.

Riley Cooper and Miles Austin each played 31 snaps. Cooper made his first catch in over a month and it was in garbage time. Austin dropped a pass. These guys are awful.

Second-year tight end Trey Burton got some offensive snaps due to Zach Ertz leaving the game early with a concussion.

Kenjon Barner got some snaps due to Ryan Mathews being ruled out. He rushed for 37 yards on seven carries (5.3 average).

DEFENSE

NOTES:

Kiko Alonso and Mychal Kendricks took the most snaps at inside linebacker with DeMeco Ryans only getting about half the defensive snaps.

Vinny Curry left the game early with an injury.

Marcus Smith played 12 snaps and didn't record a single stat.

Eric Rowe played in the team's dime package late in the game.

Apparently Chris Maragos didn't play a single defensive snap, which is odd considering he's been getting a lot of time as the team's nickel safety.

SPECIAL TEAMS

NOTES:

No surprises.