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Chicago Bears @ NY Jets Offensive Snap Counts

So who played on the offensive side of the ball for the Jets and how often.

Did Chris Ivory get enough touches?
Did Chris Ivory get enough touches?
Al Bello

The offense promised and promised, but in the end they left us wanting more. We'll take a look at who played on the offensive side of the football and how often. Leave your thoughts below as always, who should be playing more, and who should be playing less.

Player Position Snaps Percentage of Plays
D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT 74 100%
Brian Winters OG 74 100%
Nick Mangold C 74 100%
Willie Colon OG 74 100%
Breno Giacomini OT 74 100%
Geno Smith QB 74 100%
David Nelson WR 74 100%
Jeff Cumberland TE 65 88%
Jeremy Kerley WR 65 88%
Greg Salas WR 31 42%
Chris Johnson RB 27 36%
Chris Ivory RB 26 35%
Jace Amaro TE 23 31%
Bilal Powell RB 17 23%
Tommy Bohanon FB 13 18%
Eric Decker WR 12 16%
Zach Sudfeld TE 6 8%
Jalen Saunders WR 6 8%
Salim Hakim WR 3 4%
Michael Vick QB 1 1%

There really isn't a great deal you can pull from this. Obviously Decker was injured which vaulted both David Nelson and Jeremy Kerley's snap counts up. Kerley up to 88% from 63% and Nelson up to 100% from 86%. Jace Amaro saw 31% of the offensive snaps for the second week in a row, it has to only be a matter of time before we see that vault. He has more upside than Cumberland and blocks a lot better already. I'd like to see him over 50% against the Lions.

We were in a lot of passing formations late which you can see by the fact that Johnson got more snaps than Ivory, I do wonder if we'll start to see us lean more on Ivory as the season goes on, he is certainly showing the most upside. Jalen Saunders saw his first snaps as part of the offensive unit this week and Michael Vick is again a spectator. Other than that, there really isn't a great deal to say.