STUDS: Quinnen Williams and Quincy Williams, DT/LB, NY Jets
It just feels right to list these two players together after the success both have found in recent weeks. Both Quinnen and Quincy Williams were major standouts in Sunday's game.
Quinnen picked up his sixth sack of the season as he continued his dominant form. Meanwhile, his brother recorded a sack of his own to go along with seven tackles, a tackle for loss, and a QB hit.
The Jets made the decision to bench Jarrad Davis for his younger counterpart, and Quincy Williams has made that decision look incredibly smart over the last two weeks. He might just be a part of their long-term plans.
As for Quinnen Williams, you can very easily argue that he's the best player on this team. And he proved why once again on Sunday.
STUD/DUD: Bryce Hall, CB, NY Jets
Bryce Hall had perhaps his worst game of the season on Sunday, but when it mattered most, he came away with a crucial pass breakup that sealed the game for the Jets. That's why he falls under both categories on this list.
Hall struggled in the early part of the game failing to defend a Rex Burkhead crosser over the middle of the field before getting burnt deep on a 40-yard bomb to Brandin Cooks.
Cooks got the better of Hall for most of the game, but with the game on the line late in the fourth quarter, Hall knocked the ball away from rookie wide receiver Nico Collins to force the turnover on downs and essentially win the game for his team.
Sunday's game wasn't always pretty for Hall, and the Jets as a whole. But he managed to pull through and win the game in the end, much like his team did.