This decision was a head-scratcher Dan Leberfeld

Florham Park – CB Dee Milliner played 40 snaps against the Green Bay Packers.

This wasn’t a pragmatic decision.

He suffered a high ankle sprain in Cortland on August 10.

This can be a 6-8 week injury.

He came back after a month.

He returned to practice last week, but only worked on a limited basis on most days.

And while he sucked it up and played, he clearly wasn’t 100 percent.

How about 20 snaps? Or how about no snaps, and give him an extra eight days to heal, to get ready for the Jets-Chicago Bears game, on Monday Night Football?

To have him covering the Packers’ top receiver, Jordy Nelson, on a key series, in the fourth quarter, was bizarre.

And after Nelson caught what turned out to be the game-winning pass on Milliner, did you see the cornerback running after him? Milliner ran a 4.37 forty coming out of Alabama. Running after Nelson, hobbling a bad wheel, he looked like he was running 4.87.

It really is shocking that Milliner played 40 snaps.

Not a great decision.