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NY Jets Defensive Snap Counts: Mauldin Plays More Than D-Line

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Lorenzo Mauldin got plenty of action in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, playing more than every Jets defensive lineman.

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Sunday's Jets loss to the Miami Dolphins began with defensive linemen Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson sitting out the entire first quarter for undisclosed disciplinary reasons.  Partly as a result of this benching outside linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin ended up getting a lot of playing time, getting more snaps than any of the Jets trio of star defensive linemen.  Inside linebacker Julian Stanford once again played every defensive snap. Rarely used defensive lineman Jarvis Jenkins saw a bump in his playing time due to the first quarter benching of Richardson and Wilkerson, while his Jenkins counterpart at outside linebacker, Jordan, was on the field for 75% of the defensive snaps.

Here are the defensive snap counts for the New York Jets loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Player

Snaps

% of Snaps

.

Julian Stanford

63

100

Marcus Gilchrist

62

98

Buster Skrine

61

97

Darrelle Revis

61

97

David Harris

60

95

Lorenzo Mauldin

53

84

Leonard Williams

50

79

Muhammad Wilkerson

49

78

Jordan Jenkins

47

75

Sheldon Richardson

44

70

Daryl Roberts

41

65

Calvin Pryor

40

63

Steve McLendon

19

30

Jarvis Jenkins

14

22

Rontez Miles

11

17

Mike Catapano

6

10

Antonio Allen

4

6

Marcus Williams

4

6

Josh Martin

3

5

Deon Simon

1

2