Playing-time breakdown: Week 15

December, 16, 2013
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A look at the snap counts from the New York Jets' 30-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers:

OFFENSE (Based on 62 snaps)

Quarterback -- Geno Smith 62.

Running back -- Chris Ivory 31, Bilal Powell 29, Tommy Bohanon 19, Sheldon Richardson 2, Alex Green 2.

Wide receivers -- Santonio Holmes 53, David Nelson 46, Jeremy Kerley 33, Greg Salas 9, Saalim Hakim 5.

Tight end -- Jeff Cumberland 53, Kellen Winslow 17, Zach Sudfeld 8.

Offensive line -- D'Brickashaw Ferguson 62, Brian Winters 62, Nick Mangold 62, Willie Colon 62, Austin Howard 60, Vladimir Ducasse 5.

Offensive analysis: Holmes was on the field for virtually the entire game, giving the Panthers' defensive backs plenty of trash-talking oppottunities. ... This was another modest snap count for Winslow, who was targeted only once. ... Howard, who left briefly because of a leg injury, missed his first snaps of the season. ... Prior to Sunday, Richardson had played two snaps on offense, but this was the first time he touched the ball -- twice. He became the first defensive lineman in Jets history to score on a run or reception. ... Hakim, called up from the practice squad last week, made his NFL debut.

DEFENSE (Based on 64 snaps)

Line -- Muhammad Wilkerson 61, Sheldon Richardson 51, Damon Harrison 39, Kenrick Ellis 21, Leger Douzable 15.

Linebacker -- David Harris 64, Quinton Coples 64, DeMario Davis 54, Calvin Pace 48, Garrett McIntyre 9.

Secondary -- Dawan Landry 64, Antonio Cromartie 58, Dee Milliner 58, Ed Reed 52, Kyle Wilson 19, Jaiquawn Jarrett 12, Antonio Allen 10, Josh Bush 4, Darrin Walls 1.

Defensive analysis: Cromartie played almost a full game despite coming off a concussion. ... Allen's playing time shrunk again. They could have used him more often against tight end Greg Olsen, a big factor in the passing game. ... Ellis played more than usual, as the Jets beefed up to stop the Panthers' running game. It didn't work.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

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