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Jets's Week 4 Defensive Snap Counts vs Dolphins

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The Jets dominated a Miami team that decided to fire its head coach today.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Miami may have scored 14 points, but their offense was completely dominated by a superior defensive unit.

The Dolphins were 0-16 on third and fourth down and the majority of their yards came late in the game, and thanks to some pretty suspect pass interference calls. Unfortunately the Jets finished the game without 2nd year Safety Calvin Pryor, first year man Leonard Williams and long time inside linebackers David Harris. All three have an extra week to get healthy with the Jets having an off week next week following their exploits in London.

Marcus Williams may have only been in the game for 6 defensive plays but he made the most of it, picking off Ryan Tannehill in the end zone to settle the game. It's a surprise to see Coples down at 23% on the list and McDougle and Jarrett failed to make the field with the defense. Dion Bailey made his Jets debut after being picked up earlier this week following his release from the Seahawks, and I thought he had an excellent game in place on Pryor at the end.

The Jets defensive line has been good to start the year and it will welcome back Sheldon Richardson in week 6 when they take on the Redskins.

The Jets played a total of 64 defensive snaps

Cornerbacks

Antonio Cromartie, 64 (100%)

Darrelle Revis, 64 (100%)

Buster Skrine, 56 (88%)

Marcus Williams, 6 (9%)

Safety

Marcus Gilchrist, 64 (100%)

Calvin Pryor, 45 (70%)

Dion Bailey, 19 (30%)

Linebacker

Demario Davis, 64 (100%)

David Harris, 47 (73%)

Calvin Pace, 37 (58%)

Lorenzo Mauldin, 20 (31%)

Erin Henderson, 16 (25%)

Quinton Coples, 15 (23%)

Trevor Reilly, 10 (16%)

Defensive Line

Muhammad Wilkerson, 59 (92%)

Leonard Williams, 54 (84%)

Damon Harrison, 28 (44%)

Leger Douzable, 26 (41%)

T.J Barnes, 5 (8%)

Stephen Bowen, 5 (8%)