Week 11 Snap Count Analysis: Los Angeles Rams vs Buccaneers

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Each week I’ll be taking a closer look at the snap count distribution for the Bucs offense and defense, assessing what we can learn from who played the most and who played the least on Sunday.

Here’s a look at which Buccaneers played the most and the least in their disappointing 27-24 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football.

The offensive line deserves a ton of credit for holding their own against a talented Rams pressure scheme, especially considering Josh Wells and Aaron Stinnie had to combine for seven of the team’s 69 snaps with Donovan Smith and A.Q. Shipley missing some snaps after getting banged up. Hopefully Ali Marpet can clear concussion protocol for the Bucs match-up with the Chiefs on Sunday, which would put their original starting five on the field together for the first time since Week 8.


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