- Rich Cimini, ESPN New York Jets reporter
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An analysis on the snap counts from Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals:
OFFENSE (Based on 67 snaps)
Offensive analysis: Because it was a blowout, some of the numbers are skewed. Simms made his NFL debut in garbage time, with Green and Campbell seeing expanded roles. ... Sudfeld, who played only two snaps in the previous two games, saw extensive time because Cumberland went out with a head injury. ... The most newsworthy development is that Nelson received more playing time than Hill. A week ago, Hill played 88 percent of the snaps. This week, he dropped to 67 percent.
DEFENSE (Based on 57 snaps)
Defensive analysis: Milliner was benched in the second quarter, which explains his low number. He was replaced by Walls in the base defense. ... This was an unusually low number for Wilson, but the Jets didn't play a lot of traditional nickel. There were times when they used three safeties to combat the Bengals two-tight end formations. ... DeMario Davis and Harris played every snap. I don't know whether to praise them or scold them. ... Landry and Cromartie usually never come off the field, but they were pulled in garbage time.
An analysis on the snap counts from Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals:OFFENSE (Based on 67 snaps)Quarterback -- Geno Smith 51, Matt Simms 16.