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Snap Count Analysis | Which Jets Played the Majority of Snaps in Win Against Bears?


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Nov 28, 2022 John Pullano

The Jets (7-4) defeated the Bears (3-9), 31-10, at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Here's a look at the snap count and how playing time was distributed.

Four Jets played all 63 snaps – LT Duane Brown, C Connor McGovern, RG Nate Herbig and QB Mike White. RT Cedric Ogbuehi 9 (14%) sustained a groin injury and was replaced in the first quarter by rookie T Max Mitchell 54 (86%). Ogbuehi and did not return. G Dan Feeney played 2 snaps (3%) for LG Laken Tomlinson 61 (97%).

Rookie WR Garrett Wilson 52 (83%) led the wideouts with 5 receptions for 95 yards and 2 touchdowns. WR Elijah Moore 22 (35%) registered his first touchdown of the season and WR Corey Davis 43 (68%) returned after missing the last 3 games with a knee injury. Denzel Mims 18 (29%) and Braxton Berrios 16 (25%) rounded out the receivers.

Signed from the practice squad to the active roster on Oct. 25, RB Zonovan Knight 30 (48%) led the Jets with 14 carries for 69 yards in his first NFL game. RB Ty Johnson 15 (24%) had a season-high 5 carries for 62 yards including a 32-yard touchdown. RB Michael Carter 19 (30%) did not finish the game after injuring his ankle in the third quarter.

Tyler Conklin 50 (79%) and C.J. Uzomah 48 (76%) each had 3 receptions to guide the tight ends. TE Jeremy Ruckert played 2 snaps (3%).

Five Green & White defenders played all 57 snaps – CB Sauce Gardner, CB D.J. Reed, LB C.J. Mosley, S Jordan Whitehead and S Lamarcus Joyner. LB Quincy Williams 43 (75%), nickel Michael Carter II 39 (68%) and DL Quinnen Williams 39 (68%) were the only other players to play more than 65% of the snaps.

DL Bryce Huff 9 (16%) sparked the Jets pass rush registering a sack and DL John Franklin-Myers 32 (56%) and DL Nathan Shepherd 24 (42%) split a QB takedown.

Ten defensive linemen took snaps including Carl Lawson 29 (51%), Jermaine Johnson 20 (35%), Micheal Clemons 19 (33%), Tanzel Smart 18 (32%), Vinny Curry 17 (30%) and Solomon Thomas 21 (37%).

Other than Mosley and Williams, Kwon Alexander 22 (39%) was the only other linebacker to take snaps. S Will Parks 7 (12%) and CB Brandin Echols 3 (5%) rounded out the defense.

In a downpour, K Greg Zuerlein connected on a 57-yard field goal – the longest kick in a Jets home game – 4 extra points. He missed a 53-yard attempt.

WR Braxton Berrios returned 2 punts for an average of 19 yards, including a 22-yard return. RB Zonovan Knight returned 1 kickoff 18 yards.

P Braden Mann kicked twice for an average of 59 yards, including one that was downed at the 1-yard-line by CB Justin Hardee 17 (68%).

Hardee, LB Jamien Sherwood 15 (60%), DL Micheal Clemons 15 (60%), RB Ty Johnson 14 (56%) and CB Brandin Echols 14 (56%) led special teams in snaps.

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1 hour ago, Beerfish said:

Elijah moores numbers will go up each week imo.

Still not enough snaps for Jermaine johnson, sorry you do not beg the coach to trade up in round one and then play the guy he traded up for 30% of the time.

Isn't JJ more or an edge setter than a pass rusher?  Couldn't that be why his snaps are limited? 

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