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David Harris: A
Harris was his usual dominant self in the run game, amassing 10 tackles, including six solo tackles and one for a loss.
He also recorded a sack and a quarterback hurry while blitzing.
Demario Davis: B
Demario Davis had a solid game against the run with six tackles of his own, but he was picked on in coverage a bit by Heath Miller.
Two weeks in a row, the Jets have been victimized by tight ends, and Davis is at least partly responsible.
Calvin Pace: B-
Despite the underwhelming pass rush, Pace was still able to record a half-sack on Ben Roethlisberger.
He did a nice job setting the edge in the run game as well, as none of the Steelers' running backs were able to generate any big plays on cutback lanes.
Quinton Coples: C-
Coples is clearly still not 100 percent, as he made little impact in this game. Only able to produce one quarterback hit, Coples is mostly responsible for the largely underwhelming pass rush on Sunday.
He did not record a tackle, but he does deserve credit for setting the edge on his side and preventing any big outside runs.
Garrett McIntyre: B
McIntyre was the best pass-rushing linebacker on the day, getting a big sack in the first half to stall a promising drive for the Steelers.
With five tackles, he outplayed Coples in every aspect of the game.