All four members of the starting secondary and linebacker Stephen Tulloch worked more than 50 centerings each, despite playing with just the very first half.
In total, the Lions defense was on the field for 89 snaps in the 22-17 win from the Jaguars.
In his first beginning, guard Laken Tomlinson led the way for the offense, playing a healthy 36 centerings.
His workload was the highest among skill position players, edging out starting quarterback Matthew Stafford by one catch.
In Case you are seeking clarity in the receiver race, you will not locate it looking at the centering counts.
Ryan Broyles, Corey Fuller, Lance Moore, Greg Salas and Jeremy Ross all played between 14-16 snaps, while Jones worked only seven.
Detroit continues to take a long look at undrafted security Isaiah Johnson, who played 35 snaps in Jacksonville.