Mark Sanchez: 71 (100%)

Analysis:  Sanchez took every snap in relief of Sam Bradford. Chip Kelly did not consider going to Thad Lewis at any point in the game. With a short week before the Lions game on Thanksgiving, Sanchez could be in line to start again.


Allen Barbre: 71 (100%)

Matt Tobin: 71 (100%)

Lane Johnson: 71 (100%)

Jason Kelce: 71 (100%)

Jason Peters: 51 (72%)

Dennis Kelly: 20 (28%)

Analysis: Peters returned to the lineup on Sunday, moving Johnson back over to right tackle. But Peters left the game in the fourth quarter when the score was out of reach. He said after the game it was his decision to rest his back. Dennis Kelly went into the game at right tackle, and Johnson moved to left. The other starts remained in place for each snap.


DeMarco Murray: 30 (42%)

Darren Sproles: 29 (41%)

Kenjon Barner: 12 (17%)

Analysis: Murray did not have a heavy workload, which was a surprise. Ryan Mathews was out with a concussion, yet Murray still took fewer than half the snaps. The Eagles used Sproles more than usual, and mixed in Barner more than expect. Barner carried the ball seven times and was targeted once, so he was involved on eight of his 12 snaps.


Jordan Matthews: 71 (100%)

Nelson Agholor: 54 (76%)

Riley Cooper: 31 (44%)

Miles Austin: 31 (44%)

Josh Huff: 17 (24%)

Analysis: Matthews was more involved as an outside receiver on Sunday. He didn't come off the field – that was a clear change for the Eagles. Agholor also saw an uptick in playing time, but the usage rates were not high. Both players were targeted only four times. Huff caught a 39-yard touchdown on the first drive, and was not targeted thereafter. He split snaps with Agholor, which is why he did not play much. Austin and Cooper split with each other.


Brent Celek: 47 (66%)

Trey Burton: 19 (27%)

Zach Ertz: 14 (20%)

Analysis: Ertz left the game in the second game with a concussion, which altered the playing time distribution for tight ends. Celek played more, and Burton entered the game. Celek was the leading receiver with seven catches for 79 yards.


Fletcher Cox: 59 (76%)

Bennie Logan: 51 (65%)

Cedric Thornton: 46 (59%)

Taylor Hart: 32 (41%)

Beau Allen: 16 (21%)

Vinny Curry: 15 (19%)

Analysis: The Eagles gave Hart the most of work of any the reserve lineman. Thornton was dealing with an injury, and if he's out this week, Hart will get more work. Cox and Logan continue to take the most snaps of this group. Curry's low snap count is a surprise. He dealt with an injury, but the Eagles mostly kept him on the sideline. The Bucs did feature more of a run-heavy attack.


Connor Barwin: 64 (82%)

Brandon Graham: 56 (72%)

Mychal Kendricks: 56 (72%)

Kiko Alonso: 54 (69%)

DeMeco Ryans: 41 (53%)

Marcus Smith: 12 (15%)

Bryan Braman: 2 (3%)

Analysis: There remained a rotation at inside linebacker. Alonso and Ryans are still being managed because of their injuries, but Kendricks has also been coming off the field. The Eagles don't like to their outside linebackers off the field. They tried mixing Smith in, but he didn't do much on Sunday and the Bucs ran a misdirection screen to his side.


Nolan Carroll: 78 (100%)

Malcolm Jenkins: 78 (100%)

Walter Thurmond: 78 (100%)

Byron Maxwell: 78 (100%)

E.J. Biggers: 37 (47%)

Eric Rowe: 6 (8%)

Analysis: The Eagles made a major change in their sub packages. They played Biggers over Chris Maragos and kept Maragos in the slot. That meant Jenkins and Thurmond remained as the safeties. Kelly said the Eagles made the change because of the matchup. Rowe entered the game as a dime cornerback. The Eagles did not use Maragos on defense.