Below are the offensive player play counts and participation chart for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 3 game against the Oakland Raiders.
Running back Jonathan Dwyer never saw the field after his fumble and played all of 8 snaps in the game as a result. Baron Batch saw 27 snaps, a season high for him. Despite bad ribs, tight end Heath Miller played every snap. Rookie tight end David Paulson saw just 5 snaps and is likely headed to the practice squad when Wesyle Saunders is activated from the suspended list. Will Johnson lined up as a tight end on just 1 of his 16 snaps. Rookie Kelvin Beachum saw his first action of his career in place of a dinged up Marcus Gilbert at two different times in the game, with the last time being the final two offensive snaps.
The Steelers used the 11 personnel grouping predominantly in this game and you can see that snap breakdown here.
Click on the image below to see the full PDF version of the participation chart.