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Jets's Week 4 Offensive Snap Counts vs Dolphins

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The Jets dropped 27 points on the Dolphins in London, and boy was it good to have some familiar faces back.

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The New York Jets are 3-1 and I don't think it's any coincidence that their lone loss came in a game where both Chris Ivory and Eric Decker were out.

Offensively the Jets have been hurting, with injuries to Decker, Ivory, Owusu and  Colon early in the season. Although Owusu and Colon were both sidelines for the game in London, Decker and Ivory made their returns and both played a pivotal roll in putting a 'W' on the board.

Brian Winters wasn't perfect, but he did enough and more than I expected throughout the game. Kellen Davis got a lot of snaps, mainly run blocking. Devin Smith doesn't have the chemistry with Fitzpatrick yet, but he got a good amount of snaps, and he'll continue to improve as we go.

I will say that I was very impressed with Bohanon's blocking yesterday, especially on the Zac Stacy TD.

The Jets ran a total of 77 offensive plays on the day.

Quarterback

Ryan Fitzpatrick, 77 (100%)

Offensive Lineman

D'Brickashaw Ferguson, 77 (100%)

James Carpenter, 77 (100%)

Nick Mangold, 77 (100%)

Brian Winters, 77 (100%)

Breno Giacomini, 77 (100%)

Brent Qvale, 1 (1%)

Running Backs

Chris Ivory, 54 (70%)

FB - Tommy Bohanon, 39 (51%)

Zac Stacy, 19 (25%)

Bilal Powell, 8 (10%)

Wide Receivers

Brandon Marshall, 67 (87%)

Devin Smith, 55 (71%)

Eric Decker, 49 (64%)

Quincy Enunwa, 29 (30%)

Jeremy Kerley, 4 (5%)

Tight End

Kellen Davis, 54 (70%)

Wes Saxton, 12 (16%)