Jets final playing-time breakdown: WR

With the 2014 season in the books, it's time for our annual playing-time analysis of the New York Jets, covering 16 games:

Total offensive snaps: 1,088

Wide receiver

Eric Decker -- 812 snaps/75 percent

Jeremy Kerley -- 734 snaps/67 percent

Percy Harvin -- 362 snaps/33 percent

David Nelson -- 299 snaps/27 percent

Greg Salas -- 200 snaps/20 percent

T.J. Graham -- 173 snaps/16 percent

Chris Owusu -- 78 snaps/7 percent

Saalim Hakim -- 14 snaps/1 percent

Jalen Saunders -- 6 snaps/0.6 percent

Walter Powell -- 6 snaps/0.6 percent

Analysis:Perhaps no position illustrates former GM John Idzik's lack of personnel acumen more than wide receiver -- yes, even more than cornerback. The cornerback problems were rooted in his unwillingness to spend money; at receiver, he just flat out missed on player evaluations. Over and over. Of the top 10 receivers on the first training-camp depth chart, only two made significant contributions for the Jets -- Decker and Kerley. They selected three receivers from perhaps the richest receiver draft in history -- Saunders, Shaq Evans and Quincy Enunwa -- and they combined for zero receptions. Get this: Over the past two seasons, 21 receivers saw game action for the Jets. Can you say "revolving door"? We could go on, but you get the point. ... Harvin arrived via trade for the last nine games, and he ended up playing 60 percent of the snaps over that span -- a significant bump from his days in Seattle. His stats, projected over a full season with the Jets, would be 52 catches for 622 yards. Now they have to decide whether to pick up his $10.5 million salary for 2015. ... Decker would have been over 80 percent if it weren't for a lingering hamstring issue. ... Graham and Hakim helped on special teams. Graham caught Michael Vick's only good pass -- the 67-yard touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers ... Looking forward, beyond Decker and Kerley, none of these players are locks to be on the team in 2015.