Darrelle Revis: A+
Before his injury, Revis was as active in the run game as he has been during his Jets' career. In limited time, he registered six tackles, many of which came on Dolphins runs. He did miss one tackle on Reggie Bush, but that was more of a credit to Bush's elusiveness.
Revis didn't have any balls thrown his way and the Jets defense is completely different with him on the field. He also recovered a fumble in a play that could have been one of the game's turning points if the offense cashed it in.
Jets fans have to hope his non-contact injury is not a tear, but it didn't look good.
LaRon Landry: A
Landry gave the Jets their first big play when he returned an interception for a touchdown for the first time in his career on the second play of the third quarter. Landry baited the rookie Ryan Tannehill into making the throw nicely before stepping in front for the pick six.
Landry was quiet in the secondary, registering just two tackles, but one of them knocked Reggie Bush out of the game.
Antonio Cromartie: C-
Cromartie has to be the leader of the Dan Carpenter Fan Club today because if Carpenter hit his field goal in overtime, Cromartie would be the top goat of this game. Cromartie bit badly on a Brian Hartline double move to give up a huge gainer in overtime. He's going to have to play more consistent if Revis is going to be out a while.
Kyle Wilson: C-
Like Crromartie, Wilson's name was attached to more negative plays than positive ones. Wilson committed a killer penalty in the Dolphins' game-tying drive at the end of regulation. Davone Bess ran right past him on a 3rd-and-10 and Wilson ended up interfering with Bess to give Miami the ball on the Jets' 23-yard line.
Eric Smith: C-
Smith's main contribution was a 15-yard penalty for lowering his shoulder into Reggie Bush's head. Give Mike Tannenbaum credit for making moves in the offseason that largely keep Smith off the field.
Yeremiah Bell: B+
In his return to Miami, Bell had another solid game. He had five solo tackles and assisted on two others