Are you wanting to see some of the underperforming players lose their spots? Perhaps see a little more Marcus WIlliams, a little less Antonio Cromartie. A little more Erin Henderson, a little less Demario Davis. A little more Lorenzo Mauldin, a little less Calvin Pace. Well don't hold your breath, Jets head coach Todd Bowles confirmed on Wednesday that the team will not be making any lineup changes for the game against the Dolphins.
Bowles says he's not making any lineup changes for Sunday. #NYJ— Chris Lopresti (@CLoprestiWFAN) November 25, 2015
I personally wanted to see a little more Lorenzo Mauldin this week. I know he's not polished and he's still raw, however he plays with a physical edge and he brings a little pace to a linebacking unit that severely lacks it. It sounds as though Bowles isn't ready to turn to a rookie who doesn't have a great deal of experience in the NFL
Bowles says Mauldin still has a lot to learn about the game (mentally) but has potential as pass-rusher and that's why he's playing more.— Chris Lopresti (@CLoprestiWFAN) November 25, 2015
Devin Smith will also see the same amount of action as he did against the Texans, which was a significant amount. Smith has really struggled this year, dropping passes and putting the ball on the ground against Buffalo resulting in a Bills TD.
Bowles says results didn't show but thinks Devin Smith is improving and did some good things vs. Houston. Said he played faster. #NYJ— Chris Lopresti (@CLoprestiWFAN) November 25, 2015