Curious who plays in each game and how much they play, as well as what the distribution of playing time might mean? Throughout the season, we’ll post the snap counts for the Seahawks the day after each game and take a look at what stood out.
- All five linemen played all 71 offensive snaps, while Rees Odhiambo was on the field for six plays as a sixth lineman.
- Russell Wilson played 68 of 71 snaps, giving way to Trevone Boykin late when the score was out of hand.
- Doug Baldwin led receivers with 85 percent playing time, followed by Jermaine Kearse (75 percent), Tyler Lockett (61 percent), Tanner McEvoy (23 percent) and Paul Richardson (17 percent). As has been the case on a few occasions this year, McEvoy made the most of limited playing time, picking up a third-down conversion with a nice catch, then later hauling in Seattle’s only touchdown of the game. He finished with three catches for 41 yards.
- At tight end, Jimmy Graham played 58 percent of the snaps, while Luke Willson played 37 percent, followed by Brandon Williams (15 percent) and Nick Vannett (10 percent).
- Thomas Rawls played well early, but with the Seahawks trailing big in the second half, he was limited to 52-percent playing time. Alex Collins saw significant playing time, particularly in the second half, finishing at 39 percent playing time. Troymaine Pope played just three snaps before leaving the game with an injured ankle.
- Fullback Marcel Reece played 17 percent of the snaps and had two catches in his first game with the Seahawks, including a 31-yarder that was Seattle’s longest play from scrimmage.
- Kam Chancellor, Steven Terrell, Bobby Wagner, Richard Sherman and DeShawn Shead played all 59 defensive snaps, while K.J. Wright played all but two.
- Ahtyba Rubin and Michael Bennett each played 83 percent of the snaps to lead defensive linemen, followed by Cliff Avril (76 percent), Frank Clark (59 percent), Tony McDaniel (44 percent), Jarran Reed (36 percent) and Cassius Marsh (19 percent).
- With the Seahawks playing a lot of nickel against a potent Green Bay passing game, nickel corner Jeremy Lane played 71 percent of the snaps, while on the flip side of that, linebacker Mike Morgan played 29 percent.
- Cassius Marsh, Dewey McDonald, DeAndre Elliott and Kelcie McCray led the team with 93-percent playing time on special teams. Brandon Williams was next at 74 percent, followed by Neiko Thorpe and Kevin Pierre-Louis at 67 percent.
- In his first game with the Seahawks since re-signing last week, Jeron Johnson played 52 percent of the special teams snaps.
Action photos from the Seahawks' Week 14 game against the Packers at Green Bay's Lambeau Field.