Offensive snaps: No need for more Kevin Ogletree

A look at the snaps played by Cowboys’ offense in the 38-31 loss to the Washington Redskins, while analyzing what it means:

RG Mackenzy Bernadeau: 77 of 77

LG Nate Livings: 77 of 77

QB Tony Romo: 77 of 77

RT Doug Free: 77 of 77

RG Derrick Dockery: 77 of 77

TE Jason Witten: 77 of 77

LT Jermey Parnell: 77 of 77

WR Dez Bryant: 74 of 77

WR Dwayne Harris: 68 of 77

WR Cole Beasley: 61 of 77

RB Felix Jones: 35 of 77

RB Lance Dunbar: 27 of 77

FB Lawrence Vickers: 15 of 77

TE John Phillips: 8 of 77

WR Andre Holmes: 8 of 77

WR Miles Austin: 10 of 77

TE James Hanna: 2 of 77

Taylor's Takes: There’s no need for Kevin Ogletree to play ahead of Dwayne Harris or Cole Beasley anymore this season. They combined for 11 catches, 139 yards and two plays of more than 20 yards in their most extensive playing time of the season. Harris and Beasley still have potential and they could have roles in Dallas. Ogletree is in his fourth year with the Cowboys and has no future here. ... John Phillips playing time has decreased each of the last three games. ... Jason Witten has not missed a played in nine games, the only skill position player to do so. ... Andre Holmes must not have shown much in his brief playing time, since he was cut on Monday to make room for Anthony Armstrong and placed on the practice squad.