Playing time: Newcomers factor in on offense

The Tennessee Titans have 14 players on injured-reserve after adding running back Dexter McCluster (knee) to the list on Thursday before the loss to the Jaguars.

Of the 14, nine were starters when they suffered the injury that ended their season.

The Titans haven't put quarterback Zach Mettenberger on IR, but they could have after he was knocked out of the Dec. 7 game against the Giants with a re-injured right shoulder.

With all those guys out, we saw a receiver who was promoted to the roster Thursday get two snaps (Rico Richardson), a tight end who was added Tuesday play 16 snaps (Matthew Mulligan) and an offensive lineman added on Dec. 9 play all 67 snaps at left tackle (Jamon Meredith).

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

Offense, 67 snaps

RT Meredith, 67

LG Andy Levitre, 67

C Chris Spencer, 67

RG Chance Warmack, 67

LT Byron Stingily, 67

QB Charlie Whitehurst, 67

TE Delanie Walker, 64

WR Nate Washington, 61

WR Derek Hagan, 43

WR Kendall Wright, 42

RB Leon Washington, 30

WR Kris Durham, 23

RB Bishop Sankey, 23

TE Mulligan, 16

RB Shonn Greene, 14

TE Chase Coffman, 7

FB Jackie Battle, 6

G Eric Olsen, 4

WR Richardson, 2

Defense, 59 snaps

ILB Avery Williamson, 59

S Michael Griffin, 58

CB Coty Sensabaugh, 57

S George Wilson, 57

OLB Derrick Morgan, 57

CB Jason McCourty, 57

DL Jurrell Casey, 52

ILB Wesley Woodyard, 37

DT Sammie Hill, 37

CB Marqueston Huff, 32

OLB Kamerion Wimbley, 29

DE Ropati Pitoitua, 26

S Daimion Stafford, 24

OLB Quentin Groves, 23

DL DaQuan Jones, 16

DE Karl Klug, 14

DL Al Woods, 13

LB Justin Staples, 1

Battle, Stafford, Staples, and Brandon Harris led special teamers by playing 20 snaps, 80 percent of the special teams work.