The Jets first-team defense was largely dominated by Cincinnati early, as Andy Dalton and the Bengals' offense put 17 points on their first three drives.
However, New York bounced back after the Bengals' starting unit departed the game, racking up 22 consecutive points to claim the victory.
It was a bad day for the Jets' starting defense to say the least, but the backups played admirably, and the offense did a nice job of moving the ball on a consistent basis.
Although it's just the preseason, Saturday's contest gave us a better understanding of where the Jets' strengths and weaknesses lie.
With that said, here are grades for each of Gang Green's positional units.