Packers' Week 10 playing time breakdown

A look at the snap counts from the Green Bay Packers’ 27-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday:

Offense (79 total snaps)

Quarterback: Scott Tolzien 69, Seneca Wallace 10.

Offensive line: David Bakhtiari 79, T.J. Lang 79, Josh Sitton 79, Don Barclay 65, Marshall Newhouse 42, Evan Dietrich-Smith 37, Lane Taylor 4.

Receivers: Jordy Nelson 75, James Jones 73, Jarrett Boykin 47, Myles White 2.

Running backs: Eddie Lacy 48, John Kuhn 43, James Starks 9.

Tight ends: Andrew Quarless 58, Brandon Bostick 29, Ryan Taylor 11.

Noteworthy: Tolzien played in his first NFL regular-season game after Wallace pulled a groin on the first series, and Tolzien played well enough to be named the starter for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants. … Lang played the final 42 snaps at center after Dietrich-Smith left with a knee injury. It was the first time Lang had played center in his five-year pro career. Barclay moved from right tackle to right guard after Lang went to center, giving Newhouse a season-high 42 snaps at right tackle. Lane Taylor then replaced Barclay (knee injury) in the fourth quarter. … Bostick played a career-high 29 snaps and showed off his Jermichael Finley-like athleticism on a 22-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter. … Lacy once again got the bulk of the work, while Kuhn played a season-high 43 snaps (about half of which came in a two-back set).

Defense (61 total snaps)

Defensive line: Mike Daniels 38, B.J. Raji 33, Ryan Pickett 22, Johnny Jolly 20, Datone Jones 19.

Linebackers: A.J. Hawk 61, Brad Jones 47, Mike Neal 41, Clay Matthews 39, Nate Palmer 24, Nick Perry 19, Jamari Lattimore 9.

Defensive backs: Morgan Burnett 61, Tramon Williams 61, Sam Shields 60, M.D. Jennings 50, Davon House 28, Casey Hayward 23, Chris Banjo 11, Micah Hyde 5.

Noteworthy: Run-stopping defensive end C.J. Wilson, a healthy scratch, might have helped against running back LeSean McCoy (25 carries, 155 yards). Daniels continues to play the most because he’s the most effective, although Datone Jones (two sacks) finally made some big plays. … Matthews played with a club cast on his right hand, his first action since he broke his thumb on Oct. 6, and was largely ineffective. The same went for Perry, who played for the first time since his Oct. 13 foot injury. Perry then left the game with an ankle injury. … Brad Jones played for the first time since his Oct. 6 hamstring pull but did not return to his role as the defensive signal-caller. Instead, Hawk did so and played every snap for the third straight game. … Hayward lined up as the nickel cornerback until he reinjured his hamstring.

Top special teams contributors (25 total snaps): Lattimore 20, Banjo 19, Ryan Taylor 19, Jerron McMillian 19, Bostick 14, Jarrett Bush 14, Hyde 13, Daniels 12, Palmer 12, Johnathan Franklin 12, House 11, Jake Stoneburner 11d