Tweets, Updates and Information - 10.15.12
Manish Mehta @MMehtaNYDN
Aaron Maybin got his most significant playing time of season yesterday. Played 36 of 71 snaps (51%). Had 1/2 sacks & 2 QB hits. #nyj
Rookie Watch: Demario Davis saw increased time. Played 30 snaps (42%). DB Antonio Allen started & had 11 snaps.DB Josh Bush played 10 snaps
Left Guard Watch: Matt Slauson took 80% of snaps (51). Vlad Ducasse was in there for 19 snaps (20%). #nyj
TE Dustin Keller said his hamstring felt fine after game. He played in 75 percent of snaps vs. Colts. (48). WR Stephen Hill played 18 snaps
First-round pick Quinton Coples played 55 snaps (77%) and 1 1/2 sacks, 2 QB hits, 4 total tackles. Also had personal foul penalty #nyj
Brian Costello @BrianCoz
Some playing time numbers: Coples had a season-high 55 snaps, Keller 48 in his return, S. Hill 18 in his return, Tebow 6, Muir 12 #nyj
Hard to judge the LG rotation off snap count since Slauson played C at the end of the game. He was out there for 51 snaps. Ducasse 19 #nyj
Cromartie only took one snap on offense #nyj
On another note, Revis is exptected to speak today on his injury and surgery this Thursday...
Manish Mehta @MMehtaNYDN
Darrelle Revis will address the media tomorrow morning. First time since he suffered season-ending ACL injury. #nyj
NYJETSCAP: Jets player snap counts against the Colts and totals for the year
Jets player snap counts against the Colts and totals for the year. Some changes on defense in the blowout.
Not alot to talk about on offense. Dustin Keller saw action on 75% of the snaps in his return, which did cut down on Cumberland's snaps a bit, but the Jets used both players. WR Stephen Hill only saw action on 28% of the snaps and this may be a situation where he has to re-earn his playing time, though the Jets were never looking to pass this past week which may have also played a role. If there is a player who has lost snaps its Konrad Reuland, which is probably due to both Keller and the teams preference for Lex Hilliard at fullback.
Defensively there were alot of changes. I dont know how many happened early and how many were score related but the Jets significantly diminished the roles of Bart Scott, Calvin Pace, Mike DeVito and Bryan Thomas. Prior to this game the averages for those players, when active, were 80%, 97%, 61%, and 38% respectively. Their playtime fell to 82%, 48%, 42%, and 32%. There were replaced by Quinton Coples, Aaron Maybin, Demario Davis, who all recorded season highs by a gigantic margin. The Colts passed alot so the Jets were more in pass rush and coverage fronts, which is why the secondary had alot of faces, but this was a pretty big drop even by those standards. New faces to play this week were Isiaih Trufant, Antonio Allen, Dan Muir, and Nick Bellore. Could this be the start of a changing of the guard for the Jets?
Here are the percent of downs played by our offense and defense in week 6, plus the cumulative percent of snaps on the year.: