Antonio Cromartie: C-
Cromartie may have notched an interception on a tipped pass (although he could have had at least two more), he was far form stout in coverage. He slipped on a long completion early in the game and was targeted as often as any other defender on the Jets.
This downward spiral of Cromartie's performance is starting to look like less of an aberration and more of a permanent trend. The Jets need Cromartie to turn his game around in a hurry if they want to be the elite defense they strive to be.
Dee Milliner: C+
After last week's benching (his second of the season), Milliner managed to flash some positive traits. He broke up a third-down pass and looked more decisive making plays downhill.
Still, Milliner has a lot of work to do; he was caught looking in the backfield on a long completion and nearly gave up another one had the ball not been a bit overthrown. He still needs to iron out some technique issues, but this was at least a step forward for Milliner.
Kyle Wilson: B-
Wilson was beat on one long completion, but he was solid otherwise. He made a few solid tackles and held down his slot position relatively well.
Don't look now, but Wilson has quietly put together his best month of football as a pro.
Darrin Walls: B-
Walls did not play much with Milliner avoiding the bench, but he was not targeted much (if at all) either. He recorded one tackle.
Ellis Lankster: B
Lankster saw most of his time as a special teams gunner, where he was excellent—his hustle prevented any big returns on what were average punts from Ryan Quigley.