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Jets vs. Lions Second Half Thread

Jeff Zelevansky

The Jets trail the Lions 17-3 at halftime.

The defensive line is playing well, but it's tough to ask that unit to generate pressure on every single passing attempt to protect the secondary.

On offense the key number is 32. That is how many yards the Jets have throwing the ball. It isn't just Geno Smith playing poorly, although he is. The gameplan the Jets are running is the kind of gameplan a team runs when it has no faith in the quarterback. The Jets seem to be avoiding calling passes at all costs, and those they call look like very basic simple reads. For the first time all year, there might be legitimate talk of Michael Vick coming in at quarterback.

Leave your second half thoughts below. As always neither ask for nor provide links to illegal broadcasts of the game. If the Jets don't start playing better, you'll be doing yourself a favor.