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Darrelle Revis: A
Ryan Fitzpatrick continued to foolishly try to pick on Revis, and paid for it dearly.
Revis' first-quarter interception took away the momentum the Bills gained from intercepting Mark Sanchez on the game's first drive. Stevie Johnson did catch a couple of passes on Revis, one of which could have gone for big yardage if LaRon Landry didn't make a terrific stop to save him.
It was the usual outstanding performance by Revis, who showed that he remains the elite cornerback in the game. Maybe Fitzpatrick will have learned his lesson by the time the teams meet again in Week 17—assuming he is still the Bills' starting quarterback by then.
Antonio Cromartie: A
Cromartie's pick-six to start the second half was huge, as it clearly burst whatever bubble was left in the Bills' hopes. Even though his high-stepping and flip into the end zone could have been called a penalty, I enjoyed every second of it.
Give him a slight mark down though for his performance on C.J. Spiller's 56-yard touchdown run. If you watch the replay, it looks like Cromartie is running away in the other direction from a swarm of bees as Spiller ran right through the vacated spot.
Kyle Wilson: A-
Wilson's interception was one of the game's early turning points, as the Jets turned it into a touchdown and a 14-0 lead. The Bills do have some speed on offense and can create some tough matchup problems inside.
Wilson did a fine job keeping up with everybody.
LaRon Landry: A
Landry came as advertised, delivering huge hits throughout the secondary. Give him credit, too, for being able to keep the big hits legal. His forced fumble at the end of the second quarter allowed the Jets to tack on three more points as the first half closed.
He had another great play on a tackle on Stevie Johnson. Johnson caught a pass on 3rd-and-13 and appeared ready to run away from Revis. However, Landry flew up and stoned Johnson one-yard short of the first down marker. He finished with seven total tackles to lead the team.
The only thing that keeps his grade from being an A+ were a couple of missed tackles on some key plays.
Yeremiah Bell: A-
As with the rest of the secondary, Bell played a solid game. He did a good job to stay in bounds to recover the fumble caused by Landry at the end of the first half.
You can bet that his ball security and lateral on the return will be addressed though during films this week.