Snap Counts: Week 12 at New York Jets

MetLife Stadium wasn't kind to the visiting Oakland Raiders Sunday afternoon.

After the Silver and Black got three points on their opening drive of their Week 12 tilt against the New York Jets, the team was shut out, eventually falling to the New York Jets 34-3.

With a critical AFC West showdown against the Kansas City Chiefs coming up this weekend, Head Coach Jon Gruden's team won't have too much time to dwell on Sunday's loss, so before we officially turn the page to KC, let's take a look at the playtime percentages from the game against the Jets.

Table inside Article
PlayerPos.OffenseDefenseSpecial Teams
K MillerT59 - 100%2 - 7%
G JacksonG59 - 100%2 - 7%
R HudsonC59 - 100%
R IncognitoG59 - 100%2 - 7%
T BrownT59 - 100%2 - 7%
Z JonesWR53 - 90%
D WallerTE53 - 90%
T WilliamsWR45 - 76%
D CarrQB43 - 73%
H RenfrowWR25 - 42%
J JacobsRB23 - 39%
J RichardRB23 - 39%
F MoreauTE19 - 32%19 - 63%
T DavisWR17 - 29%12 - 40%
M GlennonQB16 - 27%
D WashingtonRB13 - 22%7 - 23%
A IngoldFB9 - 15%17 - 57%
M AtemanWR8 - 14%
D CarrierTE7 - 12%21 - 70%
N MorrowLB63 - 100%16 - 53%
T MullenCB63 - 100%4 - 13%
E HarrisSS63 - 100%7 - 23%
T WhiteheadLB63 - 100%2 - 7%
D WorleyCB59 - 94%11 - 37%
M CrosbyDE53 - 84%12 - 40%
C FerrellDE50 - 79%7 - 23%
J HankinsDT50 - 79%7 - 23%
N LawsonCB43 - 68%9 - 30%
P HallDT39 - 62%
D SwearingerSS35 - 56%
C RileyFS28 - 44%19 - 63%
M HurstDT28 - 44%9 - 30%
W ComptonLB20 - 32%16 - 53%
J MauroDE13 - 21%7 - 23%
D JordanDE10 - 16%9 - 30%
B MayowaDE9 - 14%2 - 7%
I JohnsonCB4 - 6%17 - 57%
K WilberLB28 - 93%
K NixonCB19 - 63%
D LeavittSS19 - 63%
A ColeP9 - 30%
T SiegLS9 - 30%
D CarlsonK4 - 13%
D GoodG2 - 7%
B ParkerT2 - 7%

Offense

Josh Jacobs gets bottled up – Headed into Week 12, the Jets boasted the top run defense in the entire NFL, and the group certainly backed that up with their play Sunday afternoon. Josh Jacobs – who has been absolutely stellar all of 2019 – played just 23 snaps (39 percent) against the Jets, carrying the ball 10 times for 34 yards. Not only was Jacobs' 34 yards his lowest output of the year, but Sunday's game also marked the first time he averaged under 4.0 yards per carry since Week 1.

Jalen Richard gets involved in the pass game – When you lose a game by 31 points, there admittedly aren't a ton of positives, but the play of Jalen Richard was one against the Jets. Like Josh Jacobs, Richard played 23 snaps (39 percent) at MetLife Stadium, and while he carried the ball twice for just four yards, "The Rocket" really got involved in the passing game. He caught six passes for 47 yards – both of which were a team-high.

The offensive line goes the distance –The Raiders' starting offensive line of Kolton Miller, Richie Incognito, Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson and Trent Brown played all 59 offensive snaps against the Jets. And while the Silver and Black had a hard time getting anything going on the ground game, the big fellas up front performed pretty well in pass protection, surrendering just one sack on the afternoon.

Defense

Mad Maxx gets home again – Maxx Crosby has been on absolute tear as of late. The rookie defensive end played 53 snaps (84 percent) Sunday afternoon, finishing his afternoon with four tackles, a sack, two tackles for loss, and a quarterback hit. With the sack, Crosby now has five in the past two games, and 7.5 on the season.

Nicholas Morrow paces the defense –When all was said and done, linebacker Nicholas Morrow recorded 10 tackles against the Jets, more than any other Raider. Morrow – along with Erik Harris, Trayvon Mullen and Tahir Whitehead – played all 63 defensive snaps.

Nevin Lawson continues to play – With safety Lamarcus Joyner still recovering from injury, Nevin Lawson once again saw an uptick in his snap counts. In total, Lawson played 43 snaps (68%), recording three tackles in his Week 12 effort.

Take a look at photos from the Raiders' Week 12 game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.

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