The NFL this year is keeping track of player snap counts on a weeklly basis and releasing that information to the media. Here's how often which Titans played in Week 12's loss to the Jaguars.
Offense (71 total)
QB: Jake Locker 71
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 53, Quinn Johnson 17, Darius Reynaud 16
TE: Jared Cook 46, Craig Stevens 37, Taylor Thompson 11
WR: Nate Washington 57, Kenny Britt 57, Kendall Wright 39, Damian Williams 25
OL: Steve Hutchinson 71, Deuce Lutui 71, Michael Roos 71, David Stewart 71, Fernando Velasco 71
Defense (64 total)
DE: Kamerion Wimbley 61, Derrick Morgan 60, Scott Solomon 4, Jarius Wynn 3
DT: Jurrell Casey 60, Sen'Derrick Marks 60, Mike Martin 5, Karl Klug 3
LB: Colin McCarthy 64, Zach Brown 57, Akeem Ayers 34
CB: Jason McCourty 64, Alterraun Verner 62, Coty Sensabaugh 33, Ryan Mouton 5
S: Michael Griffin 64, Jordan Babineaux 40, Robert Johnson 25
Patrick Bailey, Beau Brinkley, Tommie Campbell, Darren Evans, Kevin Matthews, Tim Shaw, Tracy Wilson, and Will Witherspoon each only appeared on special teams. Matt Hasselbeck was active but did not appear in the game.
Overall, those numbers are pretty much what I've come to expect. The biggest surprise was Taylor Thompson playing as little as he did. Two weeks ago against the Dolphins, he played 40% of the snaps, more than Jared Cook. The Titans ran the full house formation a few times, but it seemed like it was more often with Quinn Johnson and Craig Stevens and not as much with Stevens and Thompson. And, yes, Jordan Babineaux got kind of benched again in the second half. I want to say it happened not long after Cecil Shorts' long touchdown, but will have to confirm that.