The Jets seem to have made the biggest splash this offseason compared to any other East team, as well as during the season.
This offseason, the Jets have been improving an already top defense, by adding previous shutdown corner Antonio Cromartie.
Cromartie has had off-the-field problems (six different children with seven women), but on the field he is still one of the fastest players around.
He clearly has the talent set to be a top corner, and with Rex Ryan’s defensive coaching he should be able to regain his confidence and play at the level he did in 2007, when he had 10 picks.
Unfortunately, the Jets lost a major player on their defense in Kerry Rhodes. Rhodes was a cog of that unit because of his experience and consistent tackling ability, as well as his knack for the ball and making the big play.
His absence will be felt as the Jets may initially lose out on communication, but with two shutdown corners (Cromartie and Revis), the result Rhodes’s absence will not compound itself.
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