Jets playing-time breakdown

Here's the unofficial breakdown on the Jets' offense (press-box view):


LaDainian Tomlinson -- 38/70 snaps

Shonn Greene -- 32/70


Tony Richardson -- 28/70


Dustin Keller -- 43/70

Ben Hartsock -- 32/70

Rob Turner (G) -- 7/70

Matt Mulligan -- 6/70


Braylon Edwards -- 50/70

Santonio Holmes -- 49/70

Jerricho Cotchery -- 30/70

Brad Smith -- 6/70

Analysis: As expected, Tomlinson and Greene continued to split the playing time. Last week's rest helped both backs, especially Tomlinson, who ran like a young back again ... The unsung hero was Hartsock, who did a fantastic job in the running game and actually caught a pass ... Smith's playing time was limited because of a quadriceps injury.

Opposing scout's post-game view: "The Jets could've road-graded them all day if they wanted to with their rushing attack. The Jets are a good team, but they have flaws. However, the Indy personnel doesn't expose those flaws. If they had Dallas Clark and Austin Collie, they would've scored touchdowns instead of field goals. The Jets' flaws are at nickel back, inside linebacker and safety. In man-to-man, Clark and Collie would've been in the slot between the numbers."