After entering the game pretty healthy, the snap counts provided some interesting takeaways:
Ja’Marr Chase checked in just under 90 percent of the offensive snaps, but they moved him all over the place, helping him get 10 catches for 100 yards and a score, plus opening up the offense for others.
On his way back from the fractured rib, Tee Higgins played 67 percent of the snaps while catching five passes for 69 yards.
Irv Smith led all tight ends with 59 percent of the snaps, seeing just four targets with the big fumble.
Rookie Andrei Iosivas played just 10 snaps, yet caught the second touchdown of his career.
Despite limping off a few times, Cam Taylor-Britt played 57 snaps, or 97 percent of the possible.
Zach Carter got 46 percent of the snaps but didn’t have a big day, while Chidobe Awuzie didn’t even start, playing the same percentage while he continues to work back from a back injury.