Playing-time analysis: Offense

October, 29, 2012
10/29/12
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A breakdown of the Jets' offensive snaps (based on a total of 82):

QUARTERBACK

Mark Sanchez -- 82 snaps/100 percent

Tim Tebow -- 5 snaps/6 percent

RUNNING BACK

Shonn Greene -- 65 snaps/79 percent

Lex Hilliard -- 29 snaps/35 percent

Jonathan Grimes -- 7 snaps/9 percent

TIGHT END

Dustin Keller -- 78 snaps/95 percent

Konrad Reuland -- 16 snaps/20 percent

Jason Smith (OT) -- 11 snaps/13 percent

Hayden Smith -- 1 snap/1 percent

WIDE RECEIVER

Jeremy Kerley -- 65 snaps/79 percent

Stephen Hill -- 64 snaps/78 percent

Chaz Schilens -- 35 snaps/43 percent

Clyde Gates -- 34 snaps/41 percent

Analysis: Tebow's lack of playing time continues to be a mystery. He has only 16 snaps over the last three games. In this game, he lined up four times as a WR, once as a QB in the Wildcat ... Joe McKnight's early injury on a kickoff forced Greene to carry the full load ... Gates set a season high with his playing time totals ... Smith, activated from the practice squad, made his NFL debut -- only one snap. Hey, he had only four plays less than Tebow.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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