Packers' Week 12 playing time breakdown

A look at the snap counts from the Green Bay Packers26-26 tie with the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday:

Offense (94 total plays)

Quarterbacks: Matt Flynn 59, Scott Tolzien 35.

Offensive line: David Bakhtiari 94, T.J. Lang 94, Marshall Newhouse 94, Josh Sitton 94, Evan Dietrich-Smith 94.

Running backs: Eddie Lacy 70, John Kuhn 32, James Starks 8.

Receivers: Jordy Nelson 93, James Jones 90, Jarrett Boykin 78, Myles White 2.

Tight ends: Andrew Quarless 70, Brandon Bostick 20, Ryan Taylor 6, Jake Stoneburner 1.

Noteworthy: After Flynn replaced Tolzien with 8:22 left in the third quarter, the Packers used the no-huddle on 24 snaps. Tolzien ran just one snap of no-huddle, and it was in the final possession of the second quarter, when the Packers took over with just 50 seconds left. … Starks played one series in overtime after Lacy left the game because of problems with asthma. Lacy returned for the final series but appeared to take himself out in the middle of it. He was replaced by Kuhn. … Bostick dropped three passes, including one that would have been a touchdown early in the fourth quarter. Lacy eventually scored on that drive. … Tackle Derek Sherrod was active for the second straight game since coming off the PUP list, but he played only on special teams (four snaps on the place-kicking unit).

Defense (80 total snaps)

Defensive line: Ryan Pickett 55, B.J. Raji 51, Mike Daniels 45, C.J. Wilson 27, Datone Jones 23, Jerel Worthy 9.

Linebackers: A.J. Hawk 78, Clay Matthews 67, Mike Neal 61, Brad Jones 54, Andy Mulumba 32, Jamari Lattimore 7.

Defensive backs: Morgan Burnett 80, Davon House 76, Tramon Williams 76, M.D. Jennings 54, Micah Hyde 32, Jarrett Bush 23, Chris Banjo 17, Sean Richardson 11, Jerron McMillian 2.

Noteworthy: Already without defensive tackle Johnny Jolly (groin), Wilson left the game in the fourth quarter with a left knee injury and did not return. Worthy, who was activated on Saturday off the PUP list, played for the first time since he tore his ACL in Week 17 last season. He also played six special teams plays. … Lattimore rotated in for Brad Jones during a couple of series after not playing on defense the previous week against the New York Giants. … Neal’s fourth-quarter sack of Christian Ponder came with him playing inside as a defensive lineman, but he still played almost all of his snaps on the outside at linebacker. … Mulumba, one of only three active outside linebackers, saw his most playing time since Week 7. He recovered Adrian Peterson’s second-quarter fumble caused by Hawk. … Without Sam Shields (hamstring), House started at right cornerback while Hyde played the nickel and Bush the dime. … Richardson, who was activated Saturday off PUP along with Worthy, got some playing time on early downs in obvious rushing situation.

Top special teams contributors (38 total plays): Bush 33, Taylor 32, Banjo 28, Richardson 28, Bostick 27, Kuhn 22, Jennings 20, Stoneburner 19, House 18, Daniels 15, Mulumba 15, Hyde 13.