Daniel Te'o-Nesheim's days of snap count dominance appear to be waning, with him seeing fewer than 50% of the snaps for the past couple of games. That's interesting, and seems to largely be a result of William Gholston's surge in playing time. Gholston has played both base defensive end and three-technique on passing downs, two roles that were (and are) Te'o-Nesheim's.
In fact, the Bucs barely had their nickel defense on the field and seemed to play primarily out of base personnel. Predictably, that led to just seven snaps for Da'Quan Bowers, who only plays on passing downs. Interestingly, Kelcie McCray didn't see the field much after a decent game last week, with just three defensive snaps. Keith Tandy was barely on the field either, with 10 snaps on defense.
What really stands out is the extremely low amount of offensive snaps despite the defense forcing two turnovers. It was the fewest snaps the Bucs took on offense all season, and much of that can be blamed on a complete inability to convert third downs: the Bucs managed just one such conversion against a very stout Panthers defense. Nothing much interesting among the offensive personnel, though. The Bucs' reliance on run-heavy personnel continues, with just 25 snaps for the third receiver.