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Jets Look To Head Teams Off at Pass

Published by on May 14, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Those who wonder how the 2008 Jets went from being on the inside track for home-field advantage in the playoffs to watching postseason games on TV should look at the pass defense.


The Jets finished next to last in the AFC in pass defense last year, averaging 250 yards a game through the air.


Opposing receivers routinely roamed free in the middle of the secondary, and quarterbacks—even nondescript ones such as the 49ers’ Shaun Hill and the Seahawks’ Seneca Wallace—picked the Jets apart.


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