Offensive snaps: Robinson finally gets work

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Offensive snaps for Jacksonville Jaguars' skill-position players in Sunday’s 42-10 loss to San Francisco, while analyzing what it means:

QB Chad Henne 73 of 73

WR Cecil Shorts 69 of 73

TE Marcedes Lewis 65 of 73

WR Justin Blackmon 63 of 73

RB Maurice Jones-Drew 49 of 73

WR Mike Brown 41 of 73

FB Will Ta'ufo'ou 27 of 73

TE Clay Harbor 22 of 73

RB Justin Forsett 14 of 73

WR Denard Robinson 11 of 73

WR Ace Sanders 4 of 73

Analysis: It appears the Jaguars are settling on giving Robinson a chance to get on the field at running back. He played a season-high 11 snaps against the 49ers and touched the ball a season-high four times, rushing for 15 yards. Since playing six snaps in the season opener he hadn’t played more than three in any game until Sunday. ... Lewis’ left calf injury appears to no longer be an issue. One week after playing 50 snaps he played 65 against the 49ers. ... Rackley left the game early with a concussion, which meant Brewster played the most snaps since the season opener. He played 25 against Kansas City, but had played just once since (against San Diego) until Sunday. ... Jordan Todman did not play a snap on offense for the first time this season after Robinson climbed past him on the depth chart. ... After missing the San Diego game because of a concussion, Sanders played sparingly on offense. He did return one punt for 16 yards, and played a total of five snaps. ... The 73 plays the Jaguars ran on offense were a season high.