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Getting Healthy At Wide Receiver. Kellen Davis, Bilal Powell See Increased Snaps

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The Jets successfully dominated the Dolphins on the offensive side of the ball. Apparently it was all about getting back to basics

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Earlier in the week, Todd Bowles claimed that the Jets needed to get back to basics with their offence. It was simple mathematics. The Jets did exactly that against the Dolphins. There was a notion that the Jets were trying to sprint before they could jog. They were shifting players pre-snap, moving away from the plays that took them to 4-1.

However that changed against the Dolphins as the Jets simplified and dominated a defence that has been consistently poor all season.

The Jets ran a total of 75 offensive snaps. Devin Smith repaid the coaches faith with a TD grab. Bilal Powell played a significant amount of minutes, although he only touched the ball 8 times, but it sure is nice to have his pass blocking back. Kellen Davis also saw increased snaps while Jeff Cumberland was in on just 20% of the offensive snaps.

Quarterback

Ryan Fitzpatrick, 75 (100%)

Offensive Line

D'Brickashaw Ferguson, 75 (100%)

James Carpenter, 75 (100%)

Brian Winters, 75 (100%)

Breno Giacomini, 74 (99%)

Nick Mangold, 74 (99%)

Brent Qvale, 1 (1%)

Wesley Johnson, 1 (1%)

Running Backs

Chris ivory, 42 (56%)

Bilal Powell, 34 (45%)

Steven Ridley, 5 (7%)

Tommy Bohanon, 27 (36%)

Wide Receivers

Brandon Marshall, 71 (95%)

Eric Decker, 65 (87%)

Quincy Enunwa, 40 (53%)

Devin Smith, 35 (47%)

Jeremy Kerley, 2 (3%)

Tight Ends

Kellen Davis, 38 (51%)

Jeff Cumberland, 15 (20%)