Week 2 playing time breakdown

September, 17, 2013
9/17/13
3:40
PM ET
A look at the snap counts from the Green Bay Packers’ 38-20 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday:

Offense (72 total snaps)

Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers 72.

Offensive line: David Bakhtiari 69, Josh Sitton 72, Evan Dietrich-Smith 72, T.J. Lang 72, Don Barclay 72, Marshall Newhouse 3.

Receivers: James Jones 69, Jordy Nelson 68, Randall Cobb 64, Jarrett Boykin 1.

Running backs: James Starks 63, Eddie Lacy 5, John Kuhn 5.

Tight ends: Jermichael Finley 43, Andrew Quarless 33, Ryan Taylor 6, Brandon Bostick 3

Analysis: The Packers ran 10 more plays on offense than in the opener at San Francisco. They have used the formation with three receivers, one tight end and one running back extensively this season, as evident in the receiver play counts. Jones has played all but three snaps this season, while Nelson has played all but four. Cobb has played 117 of 134 plays (87.3 percent) this season. Quarless saw increased playing time after getting only eight snaps against the 49ers.

Defense (61 total snaps)

Defensive line: Mike Neal 33, Mike Daniels 31, B.J. Raji 31, Johnny Jolly 23, Datone Jones 20, Ryan Pickett 19.

Linebackers: Brad Jones 61, Clay Matthews 55, A.J. Hawk 45, Nick Perry 41, Andy Mulumba 8

Defensive backs: M.D. Jennings 61, Tramon Williams 61, Sam Shields 55, Jerron McMillian 48, Chris Banjo 29, Davon House 26, Micah Hyde 24.

Analysis: The Redskins ran 16 fewer plays against the Packers than the 49ers did against them in Week 1. Defensive coordinator Dom Capers played base or nickel 74 percent of the snaps against the Redskins and 77 percent of the snaps against the 49ers. Raji played 65 percent of the plays against the 49ers and 51 percent against the Redskins.

Top special teams contributors (28 total snaps): Taylor 25, Jamari Lattimore 22, Robert Francois 21, Hyde 21, Mulumba 18, House 17, Banjo 16, Boykin 15.

Rob Demovsky

ESPN Green Bay Packers reporter

SPONSORED HEADLINES

Comments

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.


Insider