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Sep 22, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets defensive end Sheldon Richardson (91) reacts after sacking Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel (3) during the third quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

Let’s see how the other side of the football did:

DEFENSE:

Mo Wilkerson: 1.6

Damon Harrison: 4.5

Kenrick Ellis: 1.1

Sheldon Richardson: 2.6

Calvin Pace: -1.8

David Harris: 0.8

Demario Davis: -2.0

Garrett McIntyre: -1.1

Quinton Coples: -1.2

Antonio Cromartie: -4.3

Antonio Allen: 3.0

Dawan Landry: 1.3

Darrin Walls: 0.7

Isaiah Trufant: -1.1

Kyle Wilson: -0.5

No surprise on the grade from the front four, as they were stout once again.  The Steelers ran for less than three yards per carry, so the positives for them were not shocking.  The biggest shock was to see Cromartie with a grade so low.  Watching the game, mind you, alleviates that surprise.  Cromartie was getting beaten like a drum all afternoon, so a significantly negative grade is no shock.  It’s just a surprise to actually see him play that badly.

A nice silver lining is the play of Antonio Allen, who posted a second best grade on defense of 3.0.

What do you all think of these numbers?  Surprises?

 

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