The Jets' secondary was phenomenal in the second half against Tom Brady on Sunday, holding the Justin Bieber look-a-like to just 69 yards passing in that time period.
All of this was accomplished without shutdown CB Darrelle Revis.
CB Antonio Cromartie, who was criticized by his former teammates in San Diego, rallied the troops during a terse halftime speech, telling the guys they needed to tighten up in their play. And they listened.
Cromartie provided four words of wisdom. He kept it short.
"It's time to dominate."
And they did just that. Cromartie was especially dominant, holding WR Randy Moss to 0 catches in the second half.
On why he decided to speak out:
"The front seven was doing a hell of a job applying pressure," Cromartie told the Daily News. "Everything bad that happened was happening on the back end. We made a few mistakes and had a little miscommunication. I felt like we weren't holding up our end."
It would be nice to get some leadership at the CB position to compliment Jim Leonhard back there. Great to see.