Bryce Hall
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Ashtyn Davis, Folorunso Fatukasi, and Bryce Hall were among the bright spots for the New York Jets defense on Monday Night Football.

Bryce Hall makes his long-awaited NFL debut

Hall has completed his tough road to recovery from a severe ankle injury on October 12, 2019, making his NFL debut in a Stealth Black uniform on Monday Night Football 394 days later.

With Pierre Desir struggling, Gregg Williams decided to have him split snaps with Hall throughout the game against New England. Desir and Hall rotated at the left cornerback spot following each series, with only one taking the field at a time. Hall ended up appearing on 39 of the team’s 81 defensive plays (48.1%) and showed some things that Jets fans should feel good about.


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