Jets: Playing-time breakdown

September, 30, 2013
9/30/13
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A breakdown of the New York Jets’ snap counts from Sunday’s 38-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans:

OFFENSE (Based on 65 snaps)

QuarterbackGeno Smith 65.

Running BackBilal Powell 49, Tommy Bohanon 26, Alex Green 6.

Wide ReceiverJeremy Kerley 57, Santonio Holmes 49, Ben Obomanu 40, Ryan Spadola 12, Clyde Gates 11, Stephen Hill 2.

Tight EndKellen Winslow 47, Jeff Cumberland 26.

Offensive LineD'Brickashaw Ferguson 65, Vladimir Ducasse 65, Nick Mangold 65, Willie Colon 65, Austin Howard 65.

Offensive analysis: Obviously, the receiver numbers got thrown out of whack when Hill went down on the second play with a possible concussion. Interestingly, Obomanu, not Gates, filled the void, although it’s possible Gates may have been slowed by an injury. Obomanu played only one offensive snap before Sunday. … As expected, it was the Powell show in the backfield, with Chris Ivory (hamstring) inactive for the game. … This was the largest disparity yet in playing time between Winslow and Cumberland.

DEFENSE (Based on 67 snaps)

LineMuhammad Wilkerson 66, Sheldon Richardson 55, Damon Harrison 37, Kenrick Ellis 12, Leger Douzable 7.

LinebackerDavid Harris 67, DeMario Davis 65, Calvin Pace 48, Quinton Coples 48, Garrett McIntyre 28, Antwan Barnes 23.

SecondaryDawan Landry 67, Antonio Cromartie 67, Darrin Walls 60, Antonio Allen 41, Kyle Wilson 26, Jaiquawn Jarrett 21, Ellis Lankster 2.

Defensive analysis: We know where Wilson stands in the eyes of the coaches. One week after his four-penalty meltdown, he was replaced in favor of a former undrafted free agent -- Walls. Wilson ended up playing in nickel, only 39 percent of the snaps. … The Jets didn’t use their nickel package as often as some might have expected, opting to stay in their base at times against three receivers.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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