Last night's game went well for some Jets and poorly for others. Here are five who had rough nights.
Buster Skrine: Skrine was one of the biggest culprits in the struggles the first team Jets defense had. He was routinely picked on when in the game.
Marcus Williams: If there was a silver lining for Skrine, his primary competitor for the number two corner job, Marcus Williams looked no better. He gave up a number of big completions in coverage, including a touchdown. Williams would have been responsible for a second touchdown on a whiffed tackle had he not been bailed out by a penalty call. Dee Milliner might have won the night for the number two job by limiting his playing time with a minor injury.
Brian Winters: Winters was responsible for a penalty, didn't hold up on a pass the guy he was blocking batted down and was beaten cleanly once. This is not what you want to hear from a guard who did not go very deep into the game.
Jalin Marshall: He didn't have much of a chance to do anything on returns. He didn't come up with a few passes he could have had, and Robby Anderson made a strong push for one of the final roster spots at wide receiver.
Juston Burris: I don't want to be too hard on him. He showed some things to like and wasn't in terrible coverage when he was beaten. Still, he gave up two touchdowns in coverage, including the game-winner. It is tough to escape the bad label.