Playing-time analysis: Offense

November, 23, 2012
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A breakdown of the offensive snaps (based on a total of70):

QUARTERBACK

Mark Sanchez – 70/100 percent

RUNNING BACK

Bilal Powell – 36 snaps/51 percent

Shonn Greene – 31 snaps/44 percent

Lex Hilliard – 13 snaps/19 percent

Joe McKnight – 3 snaps/4 percent

TIGHT END

Dustin Keller – 61 snaps/87 percent

Jeff Cumberland – 28 snaps/40 percent

Konrad Reuland – 12 snaps/17 percent

Jason Smith (jumbo) – 8 snaps/11 percent

WIDE RECEIVER

Stephen Hill – 45 snaps/64 percent

Jeremy Kerley – 43 snaps/61 percent

Chaz Schilens – 38 snaps/54 percent

Clyde Gates – 29 snaps/41 percent

Antonio Cromartie – 2 snaps/3 percent

Jordan White – 1 snap/1 percent

Analysis: For the first time this season, Sanchez played every play. That’s because backup QB Tim Tebow was held out with two fractured ribs … Schilens and Gates started the game and would’ve played more, but they suffered head injuries … Powell's playing time soared because they were in catch-up mode and he plays on passing downs ... White made his NFL debut.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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