Playing-time analysis: Offense

October, 23, 2012
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A breakdown of the offensive snaps from Sunday's game (based on a total of 82):

QUARTERBACK

Mark Sanchez -- 81 snaps/99 percent

Tim Tebow -- 5 snaps/6 percent

RUNNING BACK

Shonn Greene -- 51 snaps/62 percent

Lex Hilliard -- 37 snaps/45 percent

Joe McKnight -- 10 snaps/12 percent

Jonathan Grimes -- 4 snaps/5 percent

TIGHT END

Dustin Keller -- 75 snaps/91 percent

Konrad Reuland -- 30 snaps/37 percent

Jason Smith (jumbo) -- 18 snaps/22 percent

Jeff Cumberland -- 9 snaps/11 percent

WIDE RECEIVER

Stephen Hill -- 66 snaps/80 percent

Jeremy Kerley -- 62 snaps/76 percent

Chaz Schilens -- 33 snaps/40 percent

Jason Hill -- 12 snaps/15 percent

Analysis: Keller and Hill, both recovered from hamstring injuries, were back to a full workload ... As a result of Hill's return, Schilens' playing time dropped significantly ... The tight-end snaps got skewed because of Cumberland's early injury ... Grimes made his NFL debut ... Gutty performance by McKnight, who played with a high-ankle sprain and also logged five snaps on special teams ... The five snaps represented Tebow's second-lowest total.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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