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Antonio Cromartie: B
Cromartie never made the adjustment once he saw that this game was going to be officiated tightly. The Jets had eight penalties for 110 yards, a number of them coming at the expense of Cromartie. His first interception was an early turning point, but his second one was correctly flagged as pass interference.
Cromartie likely would have gotten away with much more if these were replacement officials, but they aren't.
Kyle Wilson: B
The Jets played a loose zone defense much of the time, so it was tough for the defensive backfield to keep up with things all day. Wilson was victimized a handful of times for big chunks of yardage, but again didn't allow any huge plays. He was credited with three tackles and a forced fumble.
LaRon Landry: B
Landry was forced into coverage a lot, and that isn't his specialty by a long shot. He got away with what should have been a pass interference call that would have resulted in huge yardage. This wasn't the type of game that Landry thrives in, but he had eight total tackles nevertheless.
Yeremiah Bell: B+
Bell led the Jets with nine tackles and continues to play at a Pro Bowl level. Whether he is recognized for it or not remains to be seen, but he is one of the elite tackling safeties in the AFC. The Jets seemed content to let Andrew Luck complete passes in front of the zone as long as they didn't give up huge plays. Bell saw to it a number of times that receptions weren't turned into big-time gainers.
Antonio Allen: B+
In his first NFL game, Allen recorded the first of the Jets' four sacks on Andrew Luck. It was great redemption for Allen, who was being targeted by Luck in the early part of the game.