0: Sacks in the last 35 games by B.J. Raji.
3.24: Yards per carry against the Packers with Johnny Jolly on the field, according to league data.
3.92: Yards per carry against the Packers with C.J. Wilson on the field.
3.97: Yards per carry against the Packers with Mike Daniels on the field.
4.61: Yards per carry against the Packers with Raji on the field.
4.65: Yards per carry against the Packers with Ryan Pickett on the field.
6: Tackles for losses by Jolly, second-most among the team's defensive linemen.
6.5: Sacks by Raji in 2010.
6.5: Sacks by Daniels in 2013. The rest of the defensive linemen combined four 4.5 (Datone Jones, 3.5; Jolly, 1).
6.74: Yards per carry with Jones on the field. Among regular contributors, that was the second-worst mark among defensive ends in the league, according to league data.
9: Tackles for losses by Daniels, tops among defensive linemen and tied for second on the team.
9: Tackles for losses by the rest of the team's defensive linemen, other than Daniels and Jolly.
12: Defensive snaps by Jerel Worthy — 10 in his return from a torn ACL against Minnesota in Week 12 and two in Week 17 against Chicago. (He played in two more in the playoff game.)
13: Quarterback hits by Raji in 2010. He added 10 quarterback hits in 2011, seven in 2012 and three in 2013.
15: Quarterback hits by Daniels in 2013. The rest of the defensive linemen combined for 18 (Jones, 10; Jolly and Raji, 3; Boyd and Pickett, 1).
32: Tackles by Raji, according to the coaches' count. That's down from 46 in 2012 (14 games), 43 in 2011 and 66 in 2010.
49: Defensive snaps by Jones, the first-round pick, in the final four regular-season games and the playoff game.
54: Run stops by Houston's J.J. Watt, tops among all 3-4 defensive ends, according to ProFootballFocus.com. A run stop is an impact tackle, such as stopping a first-and-10 running play to a gain of 3 or less yards, or a third-down tackle that prevents a first down.
55: Run stops by Green Bay's entire defensive line. Pickett led the way with 16, followed by Daniels with 13 and Raji with 12. Out of 45 qualifying 3-4 defensive ends (25 percent snap count) measured by ProFootballFocus.com, Daniels ranked 13th with a run-stop percentage of 8.6 percent, Jolly tied for 30th at 5.6 percent and Raji ranked 38th at 3.8 percent. Pickett ranked 52nd out of 80 qualifying defensive tackles (3-4 and 4-3 schemes) at 5.9 percent.
92: Defensive snaps by Boyd, the fifth-round pick, in the final four regular-season games and the playoff game.
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