Los Angeles evened its preseason record at 1-1 with a 19-15 victory over Oakland on Saturday afternoon.
With many players participating in the exhibition contest, here's a look at the Rams' snap counts.
— Of Los Angeles' 61 total offensive plays, rookie offensive linemen Joe Noteboom and Brian Allen led the way with 48 offensive snaps (74 percent). Both received more playing time than they had against Baltimore in the first preseason contest.
— Fellow rookie offensive lineman Jamil Demby wasn't far behind Noteboom and Allen, playing 43 offensive snaps (66 percent).
— Running back John Kelly took the majority of the snaps in the backfield with 37 (57 percent). Malcolm Brown (16 snaps) and Nick Holley (12 snaps) played the rest of the time at running back, with Todd Gurley resting and Justin Davis nursing a hamstring injury.
— Quarterback Sean Mannion played the entire first half with 35 snaps. Brandon Allen took 30 snaps in the second half.
— At tight end, Temarrick Hemingway played the most with 40 snaps (62 percent). Henry Krieger-Coble played 27 snaps (42 percent) and made a 35-yard catch from Allen in the second half. Johnny Mundt played 23 snaps (35 percent).
— Fred Brown (40 snaps, 62 percent) led the way at wide receiver. He was targeted seven times, but made two receptions for nine yards.
— Sebastian Joseph-Day played the most snaps on defense with 38 (63 percent). Only five players on defense played at least 50 percent of the snaps in Saturday's game.
— Inside linebacker Micah Kiser played 60 percent of snaps on Saturday, in line with his first preseason playing time of 63 percent.
— Six players were in for 24 snaps (40 percent): cornerback Dominique Hatfield, linebacker Trevon Young, safety Blake Countess, linebacker Bryce Hager, cornerback Troy Hill, and safety Marqui Christian.
— Making his preseason debut, defensive lineman John Franklin-Myers was in for 20 snaps (33 percent). He recorded a sack and a tackle for loss in the contest.
— Outside linebacker Samson Ebukam was in for 16 snaps (27 percent). He was one of two expected starters to suit up for L.A. on Saturday — the other being offensive guard Jamon Brown. Brown was also in for 16 snaps (25 percent).