Offensive snaps: Woods goes wire-to-wire

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- A look at snaps played by Buffalo Bills skill-position players in Sunday's loss to the New York Jets, while analyzing how the totals reflect the way players were utilized (totals provided by the NFL):

QB EJ Manuel -- 86 of 86

WR Robert Woods -- 86 of 86

WR Steve Johnson -- 77 of 86

TE Scott Chandler -- 77 of 86

WR T.J. Graham -- 68 of 86

RB Fred Jackson -- 62 of 86

RB C.J. Spiller -- 19 of 86

TE Lee Smith -- 18 of 86

WR Chris Hogan -- 11 of 86

RB Tashard Choice -- 10 of 86

WR Marcus Easley -- 2 of 86

FB Frank Summers -- 0 of 86

ANALYSIS: Rookie receiver Robert Woods played every offensive snap, while veteran Stevie Johnson played in 90 percent of snaps. That's a reversal from Week 2, when Johnson played every snap and Woods was in 95 percent of the time. ... Spiller played in just 22 percent of snaps, leaving with a knee injury in the third quarter. His absence led to Jackson playing in 72 percent of snaps. ... After playing a lot of '21' personnel that saw fullback Frank Summers used on 22 snaps last week, the Bills opted for more of a '12' (two tight ends) approach on Sunday, with Lee Smith seeing a spike in snaps. ... Right guard Kraig Urbik sat out four snaps with a knee injury, replaced by Sam Young.