Packers' season snap counts: Offense

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- One member of the Green Bay Packers played every offensive snap this season.

And it might surprise you who it was.

Not quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Six times, he didn't have to finish blowouts (five wins and one loss). And of course, he missed two series against the Detroit Lions in Week 17 because of the calf injury.

Not receiver Jordy Nelson, the Packers' go-to playmaker.

Not linemen David Bakthiari, T.J. Lang or Josh Sitton, who started every game.

Try center Corey Linsley, the rookie fifth-round pick who didn't even know he would have a role until JC Tretter sustained a knee injury Aug. 22. He played all 1,187 offensive snaps, including the two playoff games.

The Packers used 28 players on offense (including two defensive players -- Mike Daniels and Julius Peppers). Last year, they used 30 (including two defensive players).

Here are the total snap counts on offense with playing-time percentages in parenthesis. The defense and special teams breakdowns will be posted later:


  • Aaron Rodgers: 1,120 (94.4 percent)

  • Matt Flynn: 67 (5.6 percent)

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