Titans' playing time: Spencer, Williamson, Griffin in for whole game

On their three-lateral final play against the New York Jets, the Tennessee Titans left only one lineman on the field. They wanted guys who could catch and run to give them their best chance for a mini-Music City Miracle.

Only center Chris Spencer stayed on the field among the offensive linemen, so Spencer was the only guy to play every snap.

Inside linebacker Avery Williamson and safety Michael Griffin played every defensive snap.

A look at playing time for the Titans against the Jets:

Offense, 68 snaps

C Chris Spencer, 68

LT Will Svitek, 67

RG Chance Warmack, 67

LG Andy Levitre, 67

RT Jamon Meredith, 67

WR Derek Hagan, 67

TE Delanie Walker, 62

WR Nate Washington, 61

QB Charlie Whitehurst, 43

WR Kris Durham, 25

QB Jake Locker, 25

RB Leon Washington, 25

RB Shonn Greene, 25

RB Dexter McCluster, 21

TE Chase Coffman, 17

TE Brett Brackett, 16

RB Bishop Sankey, 12

FB Jackie Battle, 10

G Eric Olsen, 5

Defense, 65 snaps

ILB Avery Williamson, 65

S Michael Griffin, 65

CB Coty Sensabaugh, 63

CB Jason McCourty, 63

OLB Derrick Morgan, 62

S George Wilson, 59

DL Jurrell Casey, 46

ILB Wesley Woodyard, 44

OLB Quentin Groves, 41

DT Sammie Hill, 41

DE Ropati Pitoitua, 33

CB Marqueston Huff, 31

DE Karl Klug, 24

OLB Dontay Moch, 22

CB Brandon Harris, 21

DL DaQuan Jones, 17

DL Al Woods, 15

ILB Zaviar Gooden, 2

Gooden, Justin Staples and Jemea Thomas led special teamers by playing 22 snaps, 76 percent of the special teams work.