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Jets-Panthers offensive snap totals: New York went big on offense

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Carolina Panthers vs  New York Jets Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

One thing sticks out when looking at the offensive snap totals for the Jets in Sunday’s loss to the Panthers. They went into the game with a plan to get big on offense.

No wide receiver on the team played more than 83% of the snaps. Number three wide receiver for the game Chad Hansen was on the field for less than half the snaps. Fullback Lawrence Thomas had a season-high 23 snaps, which meant he was on the field for 33% of the offensive plays in this game. Thomas’ previous high was 14 snaps, which was 22% against Miami Week 3. Even sixth offensive lineman Brent Qvale was in for 13 snaps, which was 19% total.

John Morton likes to change his attack a lot from week to week. In this game he clearly wanted to get big up front and maul the Panthers. You can decide how well it worked.

Full offensive snap totals for the Jets Week 12 are below.