Playing-time analysis: Defense

October, 29, 2012
10/29/12
4:09
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A breakdown of the defensive snaps (based on a total of 61):

DEFENSIVE LINE

Muhammad Wilkerson -- 49 snaps/80 percent

Mike DeVito -- 47 snaps/77 percent

Quinton Coples -- 39 snaps/64 percent

Sione Po'uha -- 21 snaps/34 percent

Daniel Muir -- 15 snaps/25 percent

LINEBACKER

David Harris -- 61 snaps/100 percent

Demario Davis -- 60 snaps/98 percent

Calvin Pace -- 57 snaps/93 percent

Bryan Thomas -- 42 snaps/79 percent

Garrett McIntyre -- 8 snaps/13 percent

Aaron Maybin -- 5 snaps/8 percent

Marcus Dowtin -- 2 snaps/3 percent

SECONDARY

LaRon Landry -- 61 snaps/100 percent

Yeremiah Bell -- 61 snaps/100 percent

Antonio Cromartie -- 56 snaps/92 percent

Kyle Wilson -- 42 snaps/69 percent

Isaiah Trufant -- 29 snaps/48 percent

Ellis Lankster -- 8 snaps/13 percent

Josh Bush -- 2 snaps/3 percent

Analysis: Dolphins C Mike Pouncey was right; Maybin doesn't play enough to hurt Reggie Bush. This was Maybin's second-lowest total of the season ... This was a curiously low number of snaps for Wilson. He was replaced for stretches, although it didn't appear to be injury-related ... Po'uha, who returned from a back injury, was on a "pitch" count ... With LB Bart Scott (toe) sidelined, Davis was an every-down player.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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