The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were crushed by the Atlanta Falcons, and part of that was the large amount of injuries on both sides of the ball. That, in turn, was reflected in the team snap counts. It's why Brandon Myers played nearly every snap, with Austin Seferian-Jenkins out. It's also why William Gholston and Scott Solomon were the two defensive ends with the most snaps -- because while Michael Johnson was active, he only played six snaps the entire game.
One interesting development is once again increased playing time for Robert Herron, the explosive slot receiver who seemingly can't hold on to the football. Lovie Smith said that was mostly due to Chris Owusu coming up with an injury in pre-game warmups, though that injury should not affect him beyond this week.
Of course, being down by that much means the Bucs put in a whole lot of backups at the end of the game, which skews all of these numbers. One defender who notably didn't get on the field was Keith Tandy, who was the primary backup safety under Greg Schiano but can't even get on the field outside of special teams play under Lovie Smith.