On the offensive side of the ball, Neal Sterling’s early departure from injury meant more playing time for Chris Herndon and Eric Tomlinson. Herndon got 44 of New York’s 65 snaps, while Tomlinson participated in 37 snaps.
It also looks like Terrelle Pryor has the third receiver spot over Jermaine Kearse. Kearse only saw 20 snaps in his 2018 season debut.
The full snap totals for the Jets on offensive are posted below.
On the defensive side of the ball, we do not see many surprises. The top safeties, linebackers, and cornerbacks spent most of the game on the field. Frankie Luvu and Brandon Copeland continue to see playing time at the edge spot for a defensive front that has been surprisingly effective getting to the quarterback so far.
Below are the full defensive snap totals for the Jets.