Season playing time breakdown: Defense

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- In 16 regular-season games plus the NFC wild-card playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers, the Green Bay Packers’ defense was on the field for 1,115 plays, according to weekly snap counts kept by the NFL.

Not one player took them all.

Cornerback Tramon Williams came the closest, playing all but 14 snaps. The only other player with more than 1,000 snaps this season was linebacker A.J. Hawk, who played all but 57 snaps.

Last season, safety Morgan Burnett played every snap -- one of only four non-offensive linemen across the entire NFL to do so. This year, Burnett missed the first three games because of a hamstring injury. Upon his return, he played in 919 of a possible 921 snaps over the final 14 games.

The Packers used 30 players on defense, two more than they did in 2012.

Here are the total snap counts on defense with playing-time percentages in parenthesis (the offensive breakdown was posted earlier and special teams is still to come):

Defensive line:


Defensive backs: