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Examining playing time for the Jets against the Broncos

NFL: Denver Broncos at New York Jets Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Let’s examine playing time totals for the Jets in their victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday.

A look at the offensive side of the ball shows that the Jets are mixing and matching their personnel. The five offensive linemen and Sam Darnold never left the field. Aside from that, there were plenty of substitutions. No Jets skill player participated in more than 77% of the team’s snaps, while Quincy Enunwa and Eric Tomlinson (?) were the only skill players to see the field for more than two-thirds of the offensive snaps.

Full snap totals for the offense in this game are below.

On the defensive side of the ball, Darryl Roberts took the bulk of the playing time in place of the injured Trumaine Johnson and Buster Skrine. Roberts participated in 73 of the 77 snaps for the Jets. The Skrine injury also opened up playing time for Parry Nickerson, who got 52 snaps.

Full defensive totals are below.

What are your takeaways pertaining to playing time?