Packers Snap Counts: Jones fills in for Montgomery, Williams

One step forward, dual harmed using backs … well, back.


The Green Bay Packers, already blank essential pieces along their descent and defensive lines, suffered another array of blows Thursday night, when both Ty Montgomery and backup Jamaal Williams were mislaid to injuries in a blowout win over a Chicago Bears.

Montgomery exited on a array of a diversion with a chest damage — early reports prove that he has broken/fractured ribs — while Williams was mislaid to an apparent leg damage not prolonged after.

Rookie Aaron Jones looked workable in his regular-season debut, appearing on 30 descent snaps to Williams’ 12 and Montgomery’s five.

Jones rushed for an unspectacular 49 yards on 13 carries, motoring adult a center on first-and-goal for a two-yard touchdown that put a Packers adult 21-0 in a second quarter.

The detriment of Davante Adams — who appears to have avoided a critical damage notwithstanding being hospitalized after a infamous strike late in a diversion — did small to change a Packers’ flitting attack.

Jordy Nelson and Martellus Bennett led a belligerent with 7 targets, while a former stays Rodgers’ favorite red-zone option.

Other records from Thursday’s snap counts:

— Fullback Aaron Ripkowski seemed on a season-high 24 descent snaps.

— Bennett continues to browbeat a parsimonious finish position (43 snaps, 78 percent). Lance Kendricks was on a margin for usually 33 percent of a descent snaps, while Richard Rodgers logged usually 18 percent.

— Last week was no fluke: rookie cornerback Kevin King was on a margin for 90 percent of their defensive snaps.

— The bigger story here is Damarious Randall, who was benched after a initial half in preference of Josh Hawkins. He after headed to a locker room uninjured, a conditions that conduct manager Mike McCarthy referred to as an “internal matter.”

— Clay Matthews had his lightest effort of a deteriorate — he seemed on 66 percent of a defensive snaps — though pennyless a Packers’ all-time pouch record regardless, downing Mike Glennon for a Packers’ usually pouch of a game.

— Linebacker Blake Martinez left a diversion in a third entertain and was evaluated for a concussion. He returned quickly, doing his common effort of 60-70 percent of a defensive snaps.

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