Quarterly report: Playing time for O

October, 5, 2012
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A playing-time breakdown for every player on offense through four games (261 total snaps):

QUARTERBACK
Mark Sanchez: 244 snaps, 93 percent
Tim Tebow: 32 snaps, 12 percent

RUNNING BACK
Shonn Greene: 138 snaps, 53 percent
Bilal Powell: 119 snaps, 46 percent
John Conner: 52 snaps, 20 percent
Joe McKnight: 7 snaps, 3 percent

TIGHT END
Jeff Cumberland: 151 snaps, 58 percent
Konrad Reuland: 110 snaps, 42 percent
Jason Smith: 79 snaps, 30 percent
Dustin Keller: 29 snaps, 11 percent
Dedrick Epps: 27 snaps, 10 percent

WIDE RECEIVER
Santonio Holmes: 189 snaps, 72 percent
Chaz Schilens: 126 snaps, 48 percent
Jeremy Kerley: 107 snaps, 41 percent
Stephen Hill: 104, 40 percent
Clyde Gates: 29 snaps, 11 percent

OFFENSIVE LINE
Austin Howard: 261 snaps, 100 percent
D'Brickashaw Ferguson: 261 snaps, 100 percent
Brandon Moore: 261 snaps, 100 percent
Nick Mangold: 261 snaps, 100 percent
Matt Slauson: 216 snaps, 83 percent
Vladimir Ducasse: 46 snaps, 17 percent

Analysis: Of Tebow's 32 snaps, 19 came as the quarterback. ... Surprised to see Greene and Powell so close. ... Reuland, a waiver pickup at the end of the preseason, has become an important contributor. He picked up some snaps at fullback because of Conner's injuries. ... Smith, an offensive tackle, has played as an extra tight end. On a handful of plays, he was the only tight end. ... Kerley's PT is about to go way up. ... The Slauson-Ducasse rotation is trending toward a 50-50 split. ... McKnight is under-utilized. He's one of the few players who can make plays in space.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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