- The Carolina Panthers only had two players on the offensive side of the ball play every offensive snap, which were their two starting tackles (Michael Oher and Mike Remmers). Cam Newton, Ryan Kalil and Trai Turner saw their day end about halfway through the fourth when the game was out of reach for the Redskins.
- This was also the first time all year that Greg Olsen has missed a snap after playing every snap from the start of the season. The streak actually ended earlier in the first half when Olsen was taken out of the game for a play after taking a helmet to helmet hit from Chris Culliver.
- Devin Funchess saw a career high 61 snaps as he got his first career start in place of the injured Philly Brown. The rookie had one of his best games this season with four receptions for 64 yards and one receiving touchdown and should be a key contributor in this offense down the stretch.
- The Panthers only had one player play every defensive snap and that was Bene Benwikere, who started in place of the injured Charles Tillman. Similar to the Panthers' offense, the coaching staff started pulling some of their starters in the fourth quarter to give them some rest with a short week this week.
- This was the first game the Panthers had their full rotation at defensive tackle with Dwan Edwards back from an ankle injury. The Panthers did a good job of evenly dividing up playing time with Kawann Short leading the position with 25 snaps, followed by Star Lotulelei (22), Edwards (21) and Kyle Love (19).