The last time running back Dimitri Nance had a carry, he was about four days into his Packer career, the result of being plucked off Atlanta's practice squad following Ryan Grant's season-ending injury.
That was Sept. 19 against Buffalo.
On Sunday, Nance led the team in rushing with 37 yards on 12 carries, his first a third-and-1 conversion in the first quarter.
"We've been talking about me in short yardage the past three weeks now, so I knew I would be short yardage," Nance said. "The situation came up and they threw me in there and I did a pretty good job, got the first down."