NY Jets: 10 quick thoughts on thrilling OT victory in Week 4

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9. C.J. Mosley looks like his old self

Quincy Williams wasn't the only Jets linebacker flying all over the field on Sunday. C.J. Mosley looked like his old self out there finishing with a team-leading 13 tackles and a sack.

Mosley has looked rejuvenated this season, and although the box score likely inflates his effectiveness just a little, he played his best game of the season in Week 4.

This is the version of C.J. Mosley the Jets hoped they were getting when they signed him to a massive $85 million contract prior to the 2019 season.

It's been two years in the making. But Mosley is back and he doesn't look like he's lost a step.

10. Bryce Hall looks like a long-term starter

Bryce Hall played the best game of his NFL career on Sunday, and the analytics will surely support that once they're made available.

Hall finished with three passes defended, two QB hits, and a half sack and looked the part of a shutdown No. 1 cornerback. Yes, it was against a Titans offense without A.J. Brown or Julio Jones.

But that doesn't take away from how dominant Hall looked in Week 4. He became only the second cornerback in Jets history to finish with three deflections and two QB hits in a game — the other being some guy by the name of Darrelle Revis back in 2007.

You may have heard of him.

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Hall has taken a huge step in his second NFL season and has seemingly solidified himself as a long-term starter in the secondary. Now, the next question becomes just how far he can climb.