Analyzing the playing time in the Jets' 27-20 win over the Bills:
OFFENSE (Based on 78 snaps)
Quarterback: Geno Smith 78.
Offensive analysis: Ivory started the game, but lasted only four plays before pulling a hamstring. It created a huge workload for Powell, who played a season-high 81 percent of the snaps. Green saw his first action on offense. ... Winslow got more playing time than Cumberland, as they used their "nickel" offense throughout the game -- one RB, one TE, three WR. ... Gates, coming off a nightmare in New England, played a season-low six snaps. Of course, some of that was due to Kerley's return.
DEFENSE (Based on 86 snaps)
Defensive analysis: Coples, in his 2013 debut, played 66 percent of the snaps only four weeks after ankle surgery. Part of the reason: The Jets played a lot of nickel against the Bills' spread offense. That explains why some of their "big" personnel didn't play as much as usual, namely Richardson, Harrison and Ellis. ... Harris missed two plays because of a gash on his shin. ... Wilson, who started for Milliner, ended up playing 85 percent of the snaps. No, he didn't get a penalty on every play. It only seemed that way. Milliner, benched last week, played in only 26 percent. You knew he wouldn't play as much as usual, but that's a surprisingly low number for the amount of nickel they played.