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Jets' Week 3 Defensive Snap Counts vs. Eagles

The jets defense played a largely good game, outside of a wheel route that Davis got beat badly on, the Jets held the Eagles in check for much of the game, and blanked them in the 2nd half, giving the team a chance to come back. Unfortunately it failed.

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Looking through the defensive snap counts, there isn't a great deal to note. Harris missed some time with a finger injury, but he returned to finish off the game. Revis sat out the final drive, but reports suggest he'll be absolutely fine for the game in London.

Lorenzo Mauldin was returning following his scary concussion incident in week one, but he played sparingly. Marcus Williams was again limited in the amount of time he saw the field. Overall the defense played a good game with a few mistakes that need to be cleaned up.

Jarrett dressed but didn't see the field, except on Special Teams. Same thing for McDougle.

In total the Jets played 73 defensive snaps.


Antonio Cromartie - 73 (100%)

Buster Skrine - 70 (96%)

Darrelle Revis - 65 (89%)

Marcus Williams - 7 (10%)


Marcus Gilchrist - 73 (100%)

Calvin Pryor - 69 (95%)


Demario Davis - 72 (99%)

David Harris - 66 (90%)

Calvin Pace - 40 (55%)

Quinton Coples - 36 (49%)

Erin Henderson - 8 (11%)

Lorenzo Mauldin - 5 (7%)

Defensive Line

Muhammad Wilkerson - 68 (93%)

Leonard Williams - 67 (92%)

Damon Harrison - 51 (70%)

Leger Douzable - 18 (25%)

T.J Barnes - 9 (12%)

Stephen Bowen 6 (8%)