Playing-time analysis: Offense

A breakdown of the Jets' offensive snaps (based on a total of 65):


Mark Sanchez: 62 snaps/95 percent

Tim Tebow: 3 snaps/5 percent


Lex Hilliard: 31 snaps/48 percent

Bilal Powell: 28 snaps/43 percent

Shonn Greene: 26 snaps/40 percent

Joe McKnight: 7 snaps/11 percent


Dustin Keller: 44 snaps/68 percent

Jeff Cumberland: 33 snaps/51 percent

Jason Smith (jumbo): 14 snaps/22 percent

Konrad Reuland: 10 snaps/15 percent


Clyde Gates: 47 snaps/72 percent

Chaz Schilens: 37 snaps/57 percent

Stephen Hill: 23 snaps/40 percent

Jeremy Kerley: 19 snaps/29 percent

Antonio Cromartie: 6 snaps/9 percent

Analysis: The headline here is that Tebow played only three snaps, tying a season low. He also had three in Week 2 against the Steelers. ... With Kerley slowed by injuries, Gates' playing time soared. ... Cromartie played a season-high six snaps on offense. ... With a healthy backfield, the Jets were able to rotate their backs, with Hilliard, Powell and Greene receiving significant playing time. ... Interesting to note that Smith saw 14 snaps as an extra blocker. The player he was traded for, Wayne Hunter, who plays the same role for the Rams, didn't play at all on offense.