It was generally anticipated that the Jacksonville Jaguars would have to be creative in order to find playing time for both of the linebackers.
They picked with their top two selections in April's NFL Draft.
One thing that wasn't anticipated was that the first selection would have the tougher first half of the season.
The Jaguars are in this position after selecting Devin Lloyd (No. 27 overall) and Chad Muma (No. 86 overall) in the draft (No. 70 overall).
Lloyd had a strong start to the season, but has struggled as of late.
Therefore, Muma played a season-high number of snaps in Week 10's 27-17 defeat to the Chiefs.