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NY Jets Offensive Snap Counts: Bryce Petty Makes His Debut

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Quarterback Bryce Petty saw his first regular season NFL action. Is it a portent of things to come?

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Starting offensive tackle Ryan Clady and starting center Nick Mangold, the two Jets offensive linemen with the most distinguished careers, were both on the sidelines with injuries in Sunday's Jets loss to the Miami Dolphins.  As a result the Jets fielded a makeshift offensive line featuring two backups, tackle Ben Ijalana and center Wesley Johnson, each of whom received 100% of the offensive snaps in the game.  Wide receiver Jalin Marshall saw his snaps increase and took advantage of his 17 snaps by posting his best offensive output of the season.  Quarterback Bryce Petty saw the first regular season action of his NFL career, playing four snaps in place of an injured Ryan Fitzpatrick.  Austin Seferian-Jenkins saw 19 snaps in his return to action after being sidelined several weeks with an ankle injury.

Here are the Jets offensive snap counts for Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins.

Player

Snaps

% of Snaps

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Ben Ijalana

58

100

James Carpenter

58

100

Wesley Johnson

58

100

Brian Winters

58

100

Breno Giacomini

58

100

Robby Anderson

55

95

Ryan Fitzpatrick

54

93

Brandon Marshall

54

93

Quincy Enunwa

44

76

Matt Forte

32

55

Bilal Powell

26

45

Charone Peake

20

34

Brandon Bostick

19

33

Austin Seferian-Jenkins

19

33

Jalin Marshall

17

29

Bryce Petty

4

7

C. J. Spiller

3

5

Dakota Dozier

1

2

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