Joe Blewett and Kyle Smith break down where this New York Jets roster really stands. Plus, they touch on the Gregg Williams debacle.
Yes, Gregg Williams called a horrendous play to cap off the New York Jets‘ most memorable loss in 2020. His all-out blitz with a zero look behind it led to the Henry Ruggs III miracle nobody will forget anytime soon.
Joe Blewett and Kyle Smith dig into the already-infamous play-call on the newest edition of Blewett’s Blitz Live. But more importantly, they’ll also break down what’s critical moving forward: Where does this Jets roster truly stand?
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Mekhi Becton put forth his worst professional game. Young Clelin Ferrell beat him a couple of times, which changed the momentum of the game drastically in the second quarter. Is this just a blip on the radar for Mt. Mekhi or something that needs worrying?
Quinnen Williams was dominant, yet again. The second-year defensive tackle tallied a sack and three quarterback hits on Derek Carr. As Blewett has been saying for nearly two years, the Alabama product is the real deal, and he’s coming in a hurry.
Sam Darnold bounced back a bit from four-straight games that saw him put up no touchdown passes—a near-impossibility in today’s pass-happy game. Is this a positive sign of things to come for the kid, or is it simply just a solid game in a sea of inconsistency?
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