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Carlos Rogers: A-
Ironically, Rogers' biggest play of the game came on a sequence in which he was beat for a reception. New York's Santonio Holmes got open on a short pass along the sideline, but as he cut to make a move, he crumpled to the turf in pain and simply let go of the ball, giving Rogers a chance to scoop it up and take it 51 yards for a touchdown to make it 24-0.
It was Rogers' second fumble recovery of the game, as he also dove in to gather Jets' TE Dedrick Epps' miscue after he was walloped by S Dashon Goldson.
Rogers did get called for one holding penalty, but otherwise had a fine day in coverage against an undermanned Jets' offense.
Tarell Brown: B-
Gave up a couple of receptions to Chaz Schilens, though the first one looked fishy as Mark Sanchez sure looked like he was past the line of scrimmage when he threw the ball.
Brown got called for an illegal contact penalty, which wiped out Aldon Smith's third sack of the game.
Chris Culliver: B+
The Jets hardly looked his way all game, continuing a theme that's been apparent all season. Is Culliver quietly the 49ers' best corner?
Dashon Goldson: A-
A tremendous bounce-back performance from Goldson after a real poor game at Minnesota.
First, he forced a fumble by Epps with a big-time hit after what would've been a first down reception for the backup tight end.
Then, in the third quarter, he dove to bat away what would've been a touchdown bomb to Holmes who looked to be open.
Donte Whitner: B
Was in on six tackles, but missed a couple too. Wasn't burned by any passes that I could see, however.
C.J. Spillman: Inc.
Saw action late in the blowout.
Darrel McBath: Inc.
Also played late, and interestingly he seems to have moved ahead of rookie Trenton Robinson, who was inactive, on the depth chart.