Last year I tended to do separate offensive and defensive reviews, but at least for this first game I'm doing a comprehensive review. I'll just go position by position, with the implied depth chart, playing time notes, and whatever insight I managed to glean from watching a broadcast with preseason production values.
General disclaimers apply in spades to this game. Preseason production values meant the broadcast missed entire plays. Camera work meant the key parts of others, like a tackle a yard short of the sticks that prevented a third down conversion, weren't shown on the television screen. I do/did not have coaching film available and end zone/overhead camera angles were rarely shown, so judging things like passing windows, coverage, and just how big a running lane actually was was somewhere between very hard and impossible. What I write below, as is the case in about every post I write, is what I saw and think, not definitive statement of fact.
1. Jake Locker (26 snaps)
2. Ryan Fitzpatrick (11 snaps)
3. Rusty Smith (21 snaps)