Doing these kind of articles are a lot easier after we've won, less than 24 hours after that loss, you don't even want to think football. The Jets were poor on Sunday in all facets of the game, the red-zone defence continued to struggle and it's likely we're going to see a lot more passing touchdowns on us this season.
|Player||Position||Snaps||Percentage of Defensive Plays|
|Muhammad Wilkerson||Defensive End||67||91%|
|Quinton Coples||Outside Linebacker||56||76%|
|Sheldon Richardson||Defensive End||50||68%|
|Damon Harrison||Nose Tackle||34||46%|
|Leger Douzable||Defensive End||33||45%|
|Jason Babin||Outside Linebacker||25||34%|
|Trevor Reilly||Outside Linebacker||9||12%|
|IK Enemkpali||Outside Linebacker||6||8%|
Milliner looked OK, but he wasn't really targeted because the Chargers were moving the ball easily against the other corners. I was surprised that Jarrett didn't get more time, I thought he played well against the Lions. It's tough for corners to go from playing 100% of their team snaps to playing around 30%. However of course Walls got injured and Allen was moved back to his safety position, although he gave up two touchdowns there so was probably better suited to playing outside.
In all the team were poor all around. Pryor's tackling is questionable and the angles he takes to the ball are horrible. Davis and Harris inside were horrible in run defense and on passing downs. However what do you do? We just don't have the talent in the secondary to compete with these multi-threat offensive passing attacks.
David Harris was injured and will have an MRI, Walls looked to suffer a bad knee injury and we'll have to wait and see how serious that is.