Packers' Week 6 playing time breakdown

October, 15, 2013
10/15/13
7:15
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A look at the snap counts from the Green Bay Packers' 19-17 win Sunday over the Baltimore Ravens:

Offense (68 total plays)

Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers 68.

Offensive line: David Bakhtiari 68, Don Barclay 68, Evan Dietrich-Smith 68, Josh Sitton 68, T.J. Lang 68.

Receivers: Jordy Nelson 66, Jarrett Boykin 58, Randall Cobb 36, James Jones 8.

Running backs: Eddie Lacy 59, John Kuhn 10, Johnathan Franklin 4.

Tight ends: Jermichael Finley 55, Andrew Quarless 35, Ryan Taylor 8, Brandon Bostick 2.

Noteworthy: Before Sunday, Boykin had played only 10 snaps on offense all season (none in Week 1 against San Francisco, one in Week 2 against Washington, three in Week 3 against Cincinnati and six in Week 5 against Detroit). ... Kuhn returned to action on offense after playing only on special teams against the Lions.

Defense (66 total plays)

Defensive line: B.J. Raji 40, Mike Daniels 36, Johnny Jolly 23, Ryan Pickett 22, Datone Jones 17, C.J. Wilson 10.

Linebackers: A.J. Hawk 64, Mike Neal 52, Jamari Lattimore 45, Andy Mulumba 39, Nick Perry 34, Nate Palmer 7.

Defensive backs: Morgan Burnett 66, Tramon Williams 63, Sam Shields 63, M.D. Jennings 54, Micah Hyde 39, Jerron McMillian 24, Davon House 15, Chris Banjo 11, James Nixon 1.

Noteworthy: House had three pass breakups, including one he should have intercepted, before making a major coverage mistake on Dallas Clark's 45-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter. Shortly after that, Hyde replaced House in the nickel package, although the coaches said it wasn't a demotion, but that House was gassed from also playing extensively on special teams.

Top special teams contributors (33 total snaps): Taylor 28, House 26, Palmer 25, Mulumba 23, McMillian 18, Kuhn 17, Tim Masthay 17, Hyde 15, Jennings 14, Banjo 14, Bostick 13, Nixon 13.

Rob Demovsky

ESPN Green Bay Packers reporter

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