PERSONNEL: With Dennis Pitta out for the season, Owen Daniels has assumed the bulk of the workload at tight end and played 81 percent of the snaps. Crockett Gillmore played a career-high 23 snaps, while third tight end Phillip Supernaw had no offensive snaps. In his first NFL start, undrafted rookie tackle James Hurst played every snap. Fullback Kyle Juszczyk had a significant role with 32 snaps for 51 percent participation. Marlon Brown went up to a season-high 31 snaps, while a struggling Jacoby Jones dipped to just seven snaps on offense — seven less than Kamar Aiken. Justin Forsett took on 39 snaps, 17 more than rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro. The only defensive player to play every snap was rookie linebacker C.J. Mosley, with strong safety Matt Elam and cornerback Asa Jackson missing just one snap apiece. Middle linebacker Daryl Smith and free safety Darian Stewart each played 55 snaps. McPhee played 44 snaps, four more than Dumervil, eight more than Suggs and 10 more than Courtney Upshaw. Rookie safety Terrence Brooks played a career-high 32 snaps. Safety Brynden Trawick had an increased defensive role with 21 snaps. Despite a knee injury, Chris Canty played 29 snaps at defensive end.