Packers Snap Counts VS. Washington

Here's the breakdown of who saw the field against Washington and how often:

Here's the breakdown of which Packers players saw the field against Washington and how often:

(Note: The second set of numbers next to each offensive and defensive player is how many Special Teams snaps then were in on.)

OFFENSE:
E Jenkins G 62 100% 4 16%
D Bakhtiari T 62 100% 4 16%
A Rodgers QB 62 100%
C Linsley C 62 100%
B Turner G 60 97% 4 16%
B Bulaga T 60 97%
D Adams WR 52 84% 1 4%
M Lewis TE 39 63% 5 20%
G Allison WR 36 58% 5 20%
A Jones RB 36 58%
A Lazard WR 34 55% 9 36%
J Graham TE 32 52% 1 4%
J Williams RB 26 42% 8 32%
R Tonyan TE 20 32% 8 32%
D Vitale FB 12 19% 11 44%
M Valdes-Scantling WR 10 16%
J Kumerow WR 7 11% 13 52%
J Sternberger TE 6 10% 3 12%
L Patrick C 2 3% 4 16%
A Light T 2 3% 4 16%
 
DEFENSE:
D Savage SS 65 100% 8 32%
B Martinez LB 65 100% 4 16%
A Amos FS 65 100% 2 8%
J Alexander CB 63 97% 2 8%
Z Smith LB 61 94% 3 12%
T Williams CB 60 92% 2 8%
P Smith LB 59 91% 2 8%
K Clark NT 56 86% 2 8%
C Sullivan CB 49 75% 14 56%
D Lowry DE 39 60% 5 20%
K Fackrell LB 33 51% 10 40%
J Jackson CB 26 40% 17 68%
T Lancaster NT 23 35% 4 16%
I Campbell FS 15 23% 17 68%
B Goodson LB 14 22% 4 16%
R Gary LB 13 20% 2 8%
M Adams DE 6 9% 5 20%
K Keke DE 3 5%
 
SPECIAL TEAMS:
O Burks LB 19 76%
T Summers LB 18 72%
W Redmond SS 16 64%
T Ervin RB 10 40%
M Crosby K 9 36%
J Scott P 8 32%
H Bradley LS 8 32%

 

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Lphill's picture

December 09, 2019 at 08:20 am

Did M Adams get hurt? I think this was also the perfect game to get Gary more snaps , give the Smiths some breaks.

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

December 09, 2019 at 11:53 am

Yes, M Adams got hurt.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

December 10, 2019 at 02:10 am

I didn't know he got hurt, so I am deleting my snarky comment.

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Tarynfor12's picture

December 09, 2019 at 08:59 am

Are the Packers afraid that using Gary even against the Redskins could have completed the near fatal collapse with GB losing the game.

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Point-Packer's picture

December 09, 2019 at 09:06 am

Acknowledging they play different positions, Geronimo playing as many snaps as Aaron Jones is Mike McCarthy esque.

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

December 09, 2019 at 09:33 am

That's nonsense.

Gary had pressures when he was on the field and would have had a sack if the Smiths hadn't just beat him there.

Maybe you should pay attention to what he did on the field before posting this stuff.

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dobber's picture

December 09, 2019 at 10:24 am

Depends on how you're doling out criticism...if you're saying Jones should play more, I think most people will argue that his injury background makes him someone that, when you play most of the game with a 2-score lead, you want to be judicious with. If you're saying that they can do better than GMo, I'm right there with you.

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

December 09, 2019 at 11:50 am

Given that they were relying on the run game yesterday, does it really matter how many snaps Allison had? It seems Adams and Lazard are the 1 and 2 in the pass game and Allison will usually pick up a key first down or two a game. That's good enough for an UDFA. Who would you play over him? MVS is clearly hurt.

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Point-Packer's picture

December 09, 2019 at 09:05 am

Gary = Bust.

Amazingly his production is in line with his college days. Who saw that coming? Everyone...

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

December 09, 2019 at 11:48 am

Dude, really, a bust when he's not even finished his rookie year and he has two bona-fide stars ahead of him? Not every first round pick shines right out of the gate. GB didn't draft him for what he did in college OR for what he would do as a rookie. They drafted him for the incredibly high athletic potential, the hard-working attitude, the football IQ and his high ceiling. No draft profilers thought he'd be ready right out of college. He's very young, as was Kenny Clark. Clark did't do much his rookie year either.

Besides, the norm is that players take some time to develop. The guy N.O. gave up a first round pick last year to move up and draft is just now starting to show he might have been worth it. You don't call it 13 games into his career, learning basically a new position and a new defensive system. You probably thought Davante was a bust, too, right?

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Cubbygold's picture

December 09, 2019 at 01:41 pm

Complaining about Gary is his hobby, don't bother

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

December 09, 2019 at 02:29 pm

Too bad actually watching him play isn't.

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Guam's picture

December 09, 2019 at 09:08 am

Don't understand all of the snaps for Allison, but happy to see Lazard getting more opportunities. Kumerow and MVS are fading into oblivion. Gary is slowly getting more snaps (more than Adams or Keke) and I thought some of them were on the D-line. I hope that trend continues. Josh Jackson also saw more playing time in this game than any game in memory - I wonder if the light bulb is finally coming on.

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PeteK's picture

December 09, 2019 at 10:07 am

At least Kumerow is a contributor on special teams.

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

December 09, 2019 at 11:52 am

MVS is not fading, he is injured. Clearly not able to move the way he needs to to run his routes. And Allison has been a reliable guy for some key plays each game. Kumerow is likely to be in green and gold for just one season.

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GVPacker's picture

December 09, 2019 at 09:16 am

Please no more deep routes for Jimmy Graham. Does he wear cleats or cinder blocks!

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PeteK's picture

December 09, 2019 at 10:09 am

Snow shoes on routes, ice skates after the catch.

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dobber's picture

December 10, 2019 at 02:57 pm

My old coach used to say he could time me with a calendar.

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egbertsouse's picture

December 09, 2019 at 10:17 am

I liked the play early in the game where he makes a good catch, jukes his defender and has a wide open field for an additional 15 yards, and then promptly slips and falls on his ass. Contrast that with Kittle’s catch where he fights off 3 defender for an additional 20 yds and draws a face mask penalty to boot.

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McFly's picture

December 09, 2019 at 02:06 pm

In fairness, you have to also contrast playing outside in Green Bay, WI in December, with playing inside a dome...

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dobber's picture

December 09, 2019 at 10:21 am

Would like to see more of AJones and JWilliams on the field at the same time.

TE snaps this week (out of 62): Lewis 39, Graham 32, Tonyan 20, Sternberger 6.

If you look back over the last several weeks, two-TE sets are growing in this offense. Given the meh play at WR beyond Adams and Lazard (at times), this favors the run game and perhaps personnel that give the offense a better chance at consistency.

Josh Jackson is getting his chance with Brown and King inactive. Hopefully he can build on it.

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Cubbygold's picture

December 09, 2019 at 01:46 pm

It seems like that should be the identity of this offense, especially since AJ and JW are good pass catchers. 2 TEs and/or 2 RBs seems to be the way to combat the issues at WR2 and WR3.

I have to wonder if MLF has been hesitant to 'show his cards' on what's been learned since the SF game. With the giants and redskins games over, I wonder if we'll see a more consistent scheme emerge these next two weeks in must-win games to get the 2 seed.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

December 10, 2019 at 02:28 am

Against Washington (Per Ben Fennell):

11 Personnel: 25 snaps
12P: 15 snaps
21P: 9 snaps
13P: 8 snaps
22P: 3 snaps

So, 12 snaps with two RBs. I note Vitale played 12 snaps, but perhaps he was the single back a few times. That suggests that AJ and JW aren't on the field together much at all.

1.56 TEs per snap on average. 2.24 WRs. 1.19 RBs.

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White92's picture

December 09, 2019 at 10:45 am

Lazard deserving more snaps than Allison. Man has MVS been a disappointment. I thought he was going to break out. They need him to.

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HankScorpio's picture

December 09, 2019 at 12:00 pm

MVS has been a disappointment. However, on a team with a generally slower WR group, he's got a ton of speed. Just being on the field brings more to the table than we've seen Allison contribute.
He doesn't need to have the full route. Put him on the field more and get him some Jet Sweep touches. Or even just run him in a false Jet Sweep look. Send him up the field and see if he can outrun Rodgers arm. That's at least something that defenses have to keep in mind. He should be getting Lazard's snap. Lazard should be getting Allison's snaps. Allison should be getting a fresh start someplace else.

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TheKanataThrilla's picture

December 09, 2019 at 04:41 pm

I was hoping they could get MVS on a quick hit pass so we can utilize his speed. Why can't we have him running slants or something? I am not sure if Aaron trusts throwing to him over the middle unfortunately.

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RCPackerFan's picture

December 09, 2019 at 11:36 am

To many Snaps:
Allison - He needs less snaps in favor of more 2 TE sets, 2 RB sets, Lazard, and other options. Less snaps for Allison more snaps for other positions

Fackrell - He shouldn't be having that many more snaps then Gary at this point.

Not Enough Snaps:
Tonyan/Sterberger - They need more reps. The offense isn't smooth running but these guys are faster TE's that can create a bit of a mismatch. Combined they had 26 snaps. Take away 10 of Allisons and it will be better.

Gary - When he is playing he plays well. Its time he gets more playing time. Less for Fackrell.

Keke - Keke got 3 snaps? Yes Clark is great. Lancaster and Lowry played well. But Keke at this point should have more then 3 snaps. Especially when it was reported that Adams was questionable to return.

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Coldworld's picture

December 09, 2019 at 01:20 pm

Agree with your comment on Alison. Some alternative has to be identified.

As far as Fackrell goes, he is a different type of player. We don’t have a guy better in space and Fackrell will therefore fill that role. I’m not sure I want Smith of Smith off the field too much unless we can get a big lead. Since we haven’t, Gary’s lack of snaps is probably not mysterious.

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

December 09, 2019 at 02:35 pm

I'd like to see Gary spell the Smiths a little more. I agree that Smith and Fackrell are totally different guy and not really interchangable.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

December 10, 2019 at 02:54 am

I agree on Tonyan/Sternberger.
I agree on Keke.

I am ambivalent on Fackrell/Gary.

For the long-term, it might be good to give Gary more snaps, but he should not get more than 20. Fackrell is versatile and can drop back into coverage. Gary and ZaDarius cannot. With Z and Gary in there as OLBs, the offense has little doubt what they will do. Preston is dropping back way into pass coverage a ton. His pass rush reps are at a career low, but his pass rush success rate is excellent, leading to great efficiency there but horrid coverage grades. This limits Pettine's ability to disguise defenses.

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LeotisHarris's picture

December 10, 2019 at 12:14 pm

Nice insights, Tgr, especially into the defense. Regardless of how we may feel about the O and D as units, we are seeing instances of players playing roles to best serve the team. I like this team. There are holes, sure, as with any team, but I think it's important to remember a collection of talented individuals does not automatically translate into a championship team. Look at the clusterf*ck that is the Dallas Cowboys. I suspect the Vikings to turn into the Vikings before the season is over, too. My hope is our guys will get hot and start to roll. Hope is often a poor strategy, but I'm going with it.

Go Pack!

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

December 09, 2019 at 11:55 am

Gotta love all the armchair offensive coordinators out there calling out the number of snaps each player should have. What a laugher. I miss the days of following Bart Starr and crew and cheering for the team instead of nit-picking every damn thing the coaching staff decides to do, pretending to know enough to even comment, much less judge.

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edp1959's picture

December 09, 2019 at 05:29 pm

Whoo Hoo, spot on.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

December 10, 2019 at 03:06 am

When LaFleur gets to the championship game/Super Bowl 6 years out of nine, I will stop nitpicking. Is it okay to nitpick Ray Rhodes? Infante? Gregg?

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December 10, 2019 at 12:28 pm

Easy now, WCP, the thing about nostalgia is it often involves euphoric recall. There was plenty of grumping and fussing in the 60s, and outright fan base mutiny from about 1972 through 1990. When Wisconsonites aren't driving drunk, they're sitting in bars playing armchair offensive coordinator. Unlike that arena, some CHTV posters are knowledgeable folk and I appreciate their opinions.

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stockholder's picture

December 09, 2019 at 12:20 pm

If I had my way. Lazard would be playing the TE position. Lazard can block. Next, Allison is a risk. Rodgers is still trying to make him a threat. He will never be that threat. So that brings me to MVS. He should be a Starter. Throwing 1 deep pass to Graham won't work in anybodies play book. MVS and Adams are the threats. They stayed with Adams, and need to stay with MVS. We got more from Cobb and Montgomery. If I had my way, Arron Jones would be their replacement. It will Let Williams and Vitale play. You now have More threat and speed. Le Fluer needs to put two and two together. Slow won't get you a offense that isn't feared. And this new alignment will work.

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RCPackerFan's picture

December 09, 2019 at 12:23 pm

"If I had my way. Lazard would be playing the TE position."

I don't understand this narrative. Every time the Packers get a tall WR fans want to turn them into TE's.
Why can't he just be a WR?

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stockholder's picture

December 09, 2019 at 12:32 pm

Speed! He will only get slower and turn into Allison,etc.. He is a mis match. And if you remember the run and shoot by mouse -Davis. It was about Speed and poor cbs. We hurried and drafted Newsome back then. remember. Of course Barry Sanders was so good too.

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RCPackerFan's picture

December 09, 2019 at 01:04 pm

Speed?

Davante Adams combine numbers - 6'-1" 212 lbs. Ran the 40 in 4.56 seconds, did 14 reps on the bench, 39.5" vertical, 123" broad jump.

Allen Lazard combine numbers - 6'-5" 227 lbs. Ran the 40 in 4.55 seconds, did 17 reps on the bench, 38" vertical, 122" broad jump.

Geronimo Allison combine numbers - 6'-3" 196lbs. Ran the 40 in 4.67 seconds, 33" vertical, 127" broad jump.

It has been talked about too that since Lazard has been in the NFL he has slimmed down and plays quicker.

I don't get where he is to slow to play WR?

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December 09, 2019 at 01:48 pm

Adams had a shoe problem. He ran 4.46 after the combine. The argument between Adams and Lazard is athleticism. The speed to get in and out of cuts. Separation. Lazard can play Wr. I said Arron Jones can too. But Lazard doesn't have Adams ability or the separation. Lazard is making the most of his opportunities. The Combine numbers didn't help his draft status. He's not the game after game "changer" needed. His ability would be better served at TE.

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December 10, 2019 at 08:18 am

Lazard is in the same speed group as a long line of taller WRs. Players like Julio Jones and DK Metcalf, who have both that height and sub-4.4 speed are freaks. Brandon Marshall was also 6'5" and 230 lbs. and ran a 4.52. Larry Fitzgerald ran a 4.63 at the combine, and his best was a 4.48. Chris Carter also ran a 4.63 at the combine. Anquan Boldin ran a 4.71 at 6'1" 223 lbs and was still effective. Ocho Cinco ran a 4.57. Dez Bryant 4.52.

I'm a big fan of speed, but I think route running ability and sure hands are way more important than pure speed. I believe in Lazard.

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dobber's picture

December 10, 2019 at 03:00 pm

Who would've thought we'd see the day when Stockholder would rally to the defense of D. Adams?

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Packfangirl's picture

December 09, 2019 at 02:04 pm

I always wonder about overall team health when 1 player is questionable due to illness. Maybe I'm looking for an excuse... but they spend a lot of time all together so I always wonder..

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flackcatcher's picture

December 09, 2019 at 03:38 pm

Thanks Al.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

December 10, 2019 at 03:13 am

Josh Jackson played 26 snaps. A poster indicated he gave up one reception for one yard, but gave no source. Still, I didn't hear his name called other than for the illegal substitution penalty. True, Washington played without its #2 and #3 WRs, with Jaire traveling wtih McLaurin. It still sounds like he did just fine in an NFL game. Lets hope he can build on it.

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ILPackerBacker's picture

December 10, 2019 at 12:51 pm

Life is really much better, you can for example enjoy a ten win team with 3 losses. You can like a playoff race where you are in the drivers seat with a bye week.

Just ignore the trolls who here tend to be the same people who refuse reality.

As an example of reality Gary had 3 solo tackles and a pressure and a TFL in 13 snaps. Repeat. THIRTEEN!
Sweat played nearly the entire game and had one solo tackle.

Gary is almost at 200 snaps. He is far more productive on a snap by snap basis than Sweat. Going away. Gary is more productive than any of the DL drafted in the first 7 picks. Better than the guy drafted immediately after him.

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dobber's picture

December 10, 2019 at 03:01 pm

DATA!!!

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

December 11, 2019 at 05:22 am

Agreed. Gary has 1 tackle/12.375 snaps. That's a very good figure. By comparison, Fackrell has 1 tackle/21.06 snaps. Both have 2 TFL (1/99 snaps for Gary), but Fackrell has played 118 more snaps than Gary. One difference is that Fackrell has 10 QB hits in 316 snaps (1/31.6 snaps) whereas Gary has 2 in 198 snaps (1/99 snaps). Fackrell has blitzed just 12 times this year after being part of a blitz package 41 times in 2018. However, QB hits and sacks are things that take time for most young players. 2019 is easily Fackrell's best year for QB hits. Gary is listed with a 20% missed tackle rate while Fackrell is at 16.7%. [Preston = 9.6% missed tackle rate, and ZaDarius = 13.2% after a 4.3% rate in 2018. CM3 had 14% for GB in 2018, and Nick Perry had 7.7% in 2018 for comparison.]

Sweat is doing just fine, though. He is at 1 tackle/13.975 snaps (still good), 1 QB hit/62.1 snaps, 1 sack/111.8 (not great, but 5 sacks so far) and 1 hurry/50.8 snaps, and 0% missed tackle rate (per PFR advanced stats).

I didn't like the Gary pick, but I think the kid is going to be able to play in the NFL. I am not sure if he will be a home run or just a pretty decent starter, or even what his best position might be, but I don't think he's going to bust.

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