Playing-time analysis: Offense

December, 3, 2012
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A breakdown of the Jets' offensive snaps in Sunday's 7-6 win over the Cards (based on a total of 77):

QUARTERBACK

Mark Sanchez -- 44 snaps/57 percent

Greg McElroy -- 32 snaps/42 percent

RUNNING BACK

Shonn Greene -- 37 snaps/48 percent

Bilal Powell -- 33 snaps/43 percent

Lex Hilliard -- 25 snaps/32 percent

Joe McKnight -- 4 snaps/5 percent

Kahlil Bell -- 3 snaps/4 percent

TIGHT END

Jeff Cumberland -- 51 snaps/66 percent

Konrad Reuland -- 46 snaps/60 percent

Dustin Keller -- 27 snaps/35 percent

Jason Smith (jumbo TE) -- 22 snaps/29 percent

WIDE RECEIVER

Jeremy Kerley -- 50 snaps/65 percent

Stephen Hill -- 49 snaps/64 percent

Chaz Schilens -- 39 snaps/51 percent

Analysis: Are McElroy's 32 snaps -- the first of his career -- good enough to unseat Sanchez? We'll find out ... The backfield has totally evolved into a RB-by-committee. Powell actually started the game and played the first two series ... Bell made his Jets debut on offense and promptly fumbled ... Keller's high-ankle sprain skewed the reps at tight end ... Only three wideouts saw action. That's something you don't see every day in the pass-happy NFL ... As for the ballyhooed left-guard platoon, Matt Slauson played 68 snaps, Vladimir Ducasse only nine. OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo is a happy man.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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