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Jets at Dolphins Week 9 offensive snap counts for Miami

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New York Jets v Miami Dolphins Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets this past Sunday, improving to 4-4 on the year and keeping themselves firmly in the NFL playoff picture. The game was not always crisp, with penalty flags and mistakes a common occurrence, but the Dolphins were able to keep to their game plan, wear down the Jets, and come away with the win.

As we do every week, we take a look back now at the game, looking at the snap counts for all of the Miami offensive players, as well as update the season-percentage played for the team.

Offensive line

Jermon Bushrod - 63 (100%)
Ja’Wuan James - 63 (100%)
Laremy Tunsil - 63 (100%)
Branden Albert - 63 (100%)
Mike Pouncey - 63 (100%)
Kraig Urbik - 1 (2%)


Quarterbacks

Ryan Tannehill - 63 (100%)


Running backs

Jay Ajayi - 46 (73%)
Damien Williams - 14 (22%)
Kenyan Drake - 3 (5%)


Tight ends

MarQuies Gray - 49 (78%)
Dominique Jones - 31 (49%)
Thomas Duarte - 2 (3%)


Wide receivers

Jarvis Landry - 60 (95%)
DeVante Parker - 57 (90%)
Leonte Carroo - 33 (52%)
Kenny Stills - 15 (24%)
Jakeem Grant - 4 (6%)


Season Totals

Percentage of season snaps played by each player. Wide receivers in blue, tight ends in white, running backs in yellow, quarterbacks in green, and offensive linemen in red.