Yesterday John commented on how he wasn't all that impressed with the game that Chan Gailey called. I agree 100% with this, I understand that there is a balance to attain between protecting the lead you have, and putting your foot down and really taking it to a team on the ropes. The Jets have shown that when they're aggressive, they can score points. Forrtunately, after we allowed the game to get close, we went to our #1 receiver to kill the game.
I'm not going to be too critical of the performance because we beat the Colts on the road, and that in itself is a great achievement.
The Jets had 69 offensive snaps in the game. It's interesting that for the 2nd week in a row, Kerley was limited to just one offensive snap on the day. Tight Ends were involved in the offense on just over 60% of snaps. Chris Owusu continued to see his playtime increase, appearing in 75% of the offensive snaps for the team. Unlike last week, Brandon Marshall didn't see a single snap from the sideline.
I asked the question before the season started, how much would the Jets use a fullback? Well Tommy Bohanon was in on 42% of the snaps. Bilal Powell was actually in the game more than Chris Ivory and although Zac Stacy dressed, he didn't see a single offensive snap and only 2 special teams snaps.
LT - D'Brickashaw Ferguson, 69 (100%)
LG - James Carpenter, 69 (100%)
C - Nick Mangold, 69 (100%)
RG - Willie Colon, 69 (100%)
RT - Breno Giacomini (100%)
QB - Ryan Fitzpatrick, 69 (100%)
WR - Brandon Marshall, 69 (100%)
WR - Eric Decker, 54 (78%)
WR - Chris Owusu, 52 (75%)
WR - Quincy Enunwa, 29 (42%)
WR - Jeremy Kerley, 1 (1%)
RB - Bilal Powell, 37 (54%)
RB - Chris Ivory, 32 (46%)
FB - Tommy Bohanon, 29 (42%)
TE - Jeff Cumberland, 23 (33%)
TE - Kellen Davis, 19 (28%)