Jets: Playing-time breakdown

September, 9, 2013
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Analyzing the Jets' playing time in Sunday's win over the Bucs:

OFFENSE (Based on 75 snaps)

Quarterback: Geno Smith 75.

Running back: Bilal Powell 47; Tommy Bohanon 34; Chris Ivory 24.

Wide receiver: Stephen Hill 71; Santonio Holmes 44; Jeremy Kerley 39; Clyde Gates 29, Ryan Spadola 6.

Tight end: Kellen Winslow 47; Jeff Cumberland 28; Konrad Reuland 6.

Offensive line: D'Brickashaw Ferguson 75, Vladimir Ducasse 75, Nick Mangold 73, Willie Colon 75, Austin Howard 75, Caleb Schlauderaff 2.

Analysis/offense: Holmes played more than expected on his surgically repaired foot. ... Is there any doubt that Powell is the No. 1 running back? ... Mangold, Cumberland and Kerley were impacted by injuries. ... The Jets used a two-back set on 45 percent of the snaps (see Bohanon's total), but they still couldn't run the ball effectively.

DEFENSE (Based on 61 snaps)

Line: Muhammad Wilkerson 59; Sheldon Richardson 58, Damon Harrison 27, Kenrick Ellis 12; Leger Douzable 8.

Linebacker: DeMario Davis 61, David Harris 61, Calvin Pace 52, Garrett McIntyre 34, Antwan Barnes 27, Ricky Sapp 5.

Secondary: Dawan Landry 61, Antonio Cromartie 61, Dee Milliner 61, Antonio Allen 45, Kyle Wilson 20, Jaiquawn Jarrett 9, Isaiah Trufant 7, Josh Bush 3.

Defense/analysis: Allen, who started at safety, came off the field for 16 plays, as the Jets mixed and matched personnel in the secondary. ... Wilson played in only 33 percent of the snaps, low for a nickelback, but the Jets played base personnel more than usual. ... Davis' coverage ability has made him an every-down linebacker. ... There was a nose tackle in the game only 64 percent of the time. Part of the reason is because they used more 4-3 fronts than usual.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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