Packers Snap Counts: With Adams out Kumerow gets involved
The UW-Whitewater product was on the field for a season-high 68% of the Packers’ plays on offense, hauling in one of his two targets for nine yards. He last made an appearance on offense in Week 2, playing just six snaps in Green Bay’s win over Minnesota.
Kumerow, who appeared in five games as a rookie last season, got a shot during the final two games of the year, appearing on 63% of the offense’s plays in Week 16 and 84% in Week 17.
He had to yet to make much of a dent in 2019, however, appearing on just seven plays total through four weeks.
The Packers’ receiving corps didn’t have much to do against the Cowboys. Running back Aaron Jones led the team in targets, receptions and receiving yards — he had seven catches on eight targets for 78 yards to go along with 107 rushing yards and four touchdowns.
Allison led all Packers receivers with six targets but had just two catches for 28 yards, while Valdes-Scantling was targeted just four times, finishing with one catch for 18 yards.
More notes from Sunday’s snap counts:
— Right tackle Bryan Bulaga played all 74 offensive snaps despite missing the second half of last week’s game with a shoulder injury.
— Originally listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game with a groin injury, cornerback Kevin King picked off Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott before leaving with a knee injury.
— Despite his monster outing Jones actually played fewer snaps than he did last week, when he was on the field for 68 of the Packers’ 81 offensive snaps.