Playing-time analysis: Defense

A breakdown of the Jets' defensive snaps (based on a total of 68):


Muhammad Wilkerson: 55 snaps/81 percent

Quinton Coples: 36 snaps/53 percent

Mike DeVito: 24 snaps/35 percent

Sione Po'uha: 12 snaps/18 percent

Kenrick Ellis: 3 snaps/4 percent


David Harris: 68 snaps/100 percent

Calvin Pace: 60 snaps/88 percent

Bryan Thomas: 34 snaps/50 percent

Bart Scott: 25 snaps/37 percent

Garrett McIntyre: 23 snaps/34 percent

Demario Davis: 21 snaps/31 percent

Ricky Sapp: 19 snaps/28 percent


Kyle Wilson: 68 snaps/100 percent

Yeremiah Bell: 68 snaps/100 percent

LaRon Landry: 68 snaps/100 percent

Antonio Cromartie: 68 snaps/100 percent

Eric Smith: 48 snaps/71 percent

Ellis Lankster: 45 snaps/66 percent

Aaron Berry: 2 snaps/3 percent

Josh Bush: 1 snap/1 percent

Analysis: No major surprises here. DeVito and Po'uha played less than usual, mostly because the Jets had to play a lot of nickel in the second half, with the Rams facing a deficit and throwing a lot. ... Smith played a season-high 48 snaps, as the Jets used him in a three-safety nickel package at times. ... Ellis was limited due to a knee injury.