Austin Seferian-Jenkins made his debut in a Jets uniform against the Steelers after being claimed off waivers by the team a week ago. He ended up making a pair of receptions, which is a monster game by Jets tight end standards. He played almost as many snaps as Kellen Davis, a situation worth monitoring in the weeks ahead. Will ASJ start to take the number one tight end job away from Davis? There have been a few reports about the coaching staff's excitement over what he can bring to the table.
Robby Anderson also got a full workload for the Jets, playing 52 of 58 snaps. His production was limited, though. Fellow rookie Charone Peake saw the field for 21 plays.
Wesley Johnson replaced an injured Nick Mangold for 19 snaps.
The full offensive snap totals for the Jets in this game against the Steelers are posted below for your viewing pleasure.