Playing-time analysis: Defense

December, 31, 2012
A breakdown of the defensive snaps (based on a total of 58):


Muhammad Wilkerson -- 56 snaps/97 percent

Mike DeVito -- 27 snaps/47 percent

Kenrick Ellis -- 21 snaps/36 percent

Quinton Coples -- 20 snaps/34 percent

Sione Po'uha -- 17 snaps/29 percent

Damon Harrison -- 3 snaps/5 percent


David Harris -- 58 snaps/100 percent

Calvin Pace -- 57 snaps/97 percent

Garrett McIntyre -- 46 snaps/79 percent

Bart Scott -- 22 snaps/38 percent

Demario Davis -- 17 snaps/29 percent

Ricky Sapp -- 2 snaps/3 percent


Antonio Cromartie -- 58 snaps/100 percent

Kyle Wilson -- 52 snaps/90 percent

Darrin Walls -- 51 snaps/88 percent

Yeremiah Bell -- 50 snaps/86 percent

LaRon Landry -- 35 snaps/60 percent

Eric Smith -- 30 snaps/52 percent

Antonio Allen -- 15 snaps/26 percent

Josh Bush -- 2 snaps/3 percent

Analysis: The story here is Landry. This was by far his lowest percentage of the season. He didn't start the game, sitting the first two plays. Very curious ... Bell, who missed only one snap in the first 15 games, sat for a total of eight. The coaches threw some crumbs to the younger players, such as Bush, Allen, Ellis, Harrison and Sapp ... Because Ellis Lankster was inactive, they had to play Walls a season-high 50 snaps -- hardly an ideal situation.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter



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