The following players were ruled inactive prior to the game: Thad Lewis, Jonathan Krause, Steve Means, Barrett Jones, Taylor Hawkinson, Denzel Rice, Brandon Bair.
The following player(s) were active but did not play: Mark Sanchez.
The offensive line almost went through another whole game playing together. Jason Peters missed four snaps and was replaced by Dennis Kelly before returning.
Despite being listed as questionable heading into the game, Jordan Matthews played the most snaps of any offensive skill player. Nelson Agholor and Josh Huff were the other top two receivers, which is a good sign. The young guys should be getting the most playing time.
Darren Sproles played the most snaps of any Eagles running back, but DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews weren't too far behind. Kenjon Barner arguably deserves some more playing time given how effective he's been.
The Eagles actually targeted Seyi Ajirotutu on one of the two snaps he played. He almost reeled in a deep catch.
DeMeco Ryans played the most snaps of any inside linebacker.
Ed Reynolds played over half of the defensive snaps. He's still working in as the team's nickel and dime safety. Reynolds made the game-sealing interception on his last snap.
Bennie Logan's playing time increased this week since the Bills like to run the ball. This also meant more of a limited role for Vinny Curry.
2014 first round pick Marcus Smith played a mere four snaps.
Jaylen Watkins has been playing a lot of special teams since returning to Philadelphia. He's been good on that unit.
Josh Andrews also played five special teams snaps.