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Packers' Week 10 playing time breakdown

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- An analysis of the snap counts from the Green Bay Packers' 55-14 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday night at Lambeau Field:

Offense (67 total plays)

Quarterbacks

Aaron Rodgers: 44

Matt Flynn: 23

Offensive line

Bryan Bulaga: 67

Corey Linsley: 67

David Bakhtiari: 54

T.J. Lang: 44

Josh Sitton: 44

Lane Taylor: 23

JC Tretter: 23

Garth Gerhart: 14

Receivers

Randall Cobb: 44

Jordy Nelson: 42

Davante Adams: 38

Jarrett Boykin: 22

Running backs

Eddie Lacy: 43

John Kuhn: 20

DuJuan Harris: 14

James Starks: 10

Tight ends

Richard Rodgers: 51

Andrew Quarless: 43

Brandon Bostick: 7

Noteworthy: Aaron Rodgers and the offense were so effective that they had more points (45) than plays (44) when the quarterback exited the game with 10:52 left in the third quarter. Rodgers' six touchdown passes were spread among four players – Nelson (two), Cobb, Lacy, Quarless and Bostick. Nelson caught all six passes thrown his way, and in two games against the Bears this season, he has 16 catches for 260 yards and four touchdowns. … Lang (ankle) and Sitton (toe) were questionable after not practicing all week but were part of a line that kept Rodgers (no sacks) clean. Their work was done when Rodgers left, giving way to Taylor and Tretter, who in his first NFL game played nine snaps at left guard and 14 at left tackle. … Lacy got his season average for carries (14) and for the second straight game had more yards receiving (68) than rushing (50).

Defense (70 total plays)

Defensive line

Mike Daniels: 39

Josh Boyd: 33

Mike Pennel: 25

Letroy Guion: 21

Datone Jones: 14

Linebackers

A.J. Hawk: 70

Clay Matthews: 53

Julius Peppers: 50

Mike Neal: 47

Nick Perry: 37

Sam Barrington: 18

Jayrone Elliott: 4

Cornerbacks

Sam Shields: 60

Tramon Williams: 52

Casey Hayward: 32

Davon House: 21

Safeties

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix: 70

Micah Hyde: 55

Morgan Burnett: 48

Sean Richardson: 21

Noteworthy: Matthews played 38 snaps at inside/middle linebacker, marking the first time in his career he has played in that spot so extensively. Of his other 15 snaps, 14 came at his traditional right outside linebacker spot and one at left outside linebacker. His sack came from the right side and the one that was wiped out because of his personal-foul penalty came from the left. That opened the door for Perry to see more action at right outside linebacker. Barrington got the rest of the snaps at the inside spot next to Hawk, and Jamari Lattimore was benched. … It was Jones' first action since he sprained his ankle in Week 5 against the Vikings. Shields (who missed two games) and Burnett (one game) also returned. Shields, who was playing well before his injury, allowed eight catches for 98 yards and a touchdown, according to ProFootballFocus.com. … Hyde, who has settled into the nickel position with Clinton-Dix taking over at safety full time, and Hayward, the dime defensive back, came up with the two interceptions of Jay Cutler.

Top special teams contributors (32 total plays): Brad Jones 23, Richardson 23, Bush 22, Boykin 19, Crosby 19, Elliott 19, Bostick 18, Harris 18, Adams 17, Hyde 16.