A breakdown of the New York Jets’ snap counts from Sunday’s 38-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans:
OFFENSE (Based on 65 snaps)
Quarterback – Geno Smith 65.
Offensive analysis: Obviously, the receiver numbers got thrown out of whack when Hill went down on the second play with a possible concussion. Interestingly, Obomanu, not Gates, filled the void, although it’s possible Gates may have been slowed by an injury. Obomanu played only one offensive snap before Sunday. … As expected, it was the Powell show in the backfield, with Chris Ivory (hamstring) inactive for the game. … This was the largest disparity yet in playing time between Winslow and Cumberland.
DEFENSE (Based on 67 snaps)
Defensive analysis: We know where Wilson stands in the eyes of the coaches. One week after his four-penalty meltdown, he was replaced in favor of a former undrafted free agent -- Walls. Wilson ended up playing in nickel, only 39 percent of the snaps. … The Jets didn’t use their nickel package as often as some might have expected, opting to stay in their base at times against three receivers.