- Jane McManus, Reporter & Columnist, espnW.com
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The snap counts from Saturday night’s game:
Wide receiver -- Ben Obomanu 29, Stephen Hill 28, Clyde Gates 25, Ryan Spadola 20, Braylon Edwards 18, Jeremy Kerley 13, Michael Campbell 8, Zach Rogers 8, Joseph Collins 7, K.J. Stroud 4, Titus Ryan 4.
Offensive line -- Vlad Ducasse 53, Caleb Schlauderaff 41, Erik Cook 41, Oday Aboushi 33, J.B. Shugarts 33, Austin Howard 33, D’Brickashaw Ferguson 33, Willie Colon 33, Nick Mangold 33, Stephen Peterman 21, Will Campbell 8, Trey Gilleo 8.
Quick take/offense -- Jets are testing the guys they like with upcoming cuts in mind, and fullback Bohanon got a lot of work with Lex Hilliard inactive. At WR, Obomanu got a lot of snaps, but wasn’t targeted even once. Edwards (playing with the second team) and Spadola led the wides with 49 receiving yards. As for the offensive line, Ducasse and Schlauderaff, who can sub for the starters and play second team, got the most work.
Linebacker -- Demario Davis 45, Calvin Pace 42, David Harris 42, Quinton Coples 33, Antwan Barnes 24, Danny Lansanah 20, Gerald McIntyre 17, Ricky Sapp 14, Nick Bellore 13, JoJo Dickson 8, Troy Davis 4, Jacquies Smith 4, Sean Progar-Jackson 4.
Secondary -- Dawan Landry 46, Antonio Cromartie 46, Jaiquawn Jarrett 46, Dee Milliner 46, Kyle Wilson 24, Antonio Allen 14, Ellis Lankster 13, Josh Bush 13, Darrin Walls 12, Donnie Fletcher 8, Rontez Miles 8, Mike Edwards 8, Royce Adams 8, Isaiah Trufant 4.
Quick take/defense -- Safe to say the Jets have big plans for the rookie Richardson, while it’s notable how many plays Coples saw before sustaining the fractured ankle in the second quarter. Jets are testing the rookie Milliner as well; he played every snap with the starters.
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