The New York Jets blitz opposing offenses more often than any other defense in football, but will they be as aggressive with a quarterback as elusive as Tyrod Taylor?
The Jets blitz about half the time on pass plays with their highest percentage being 61 percent against the Raiders, a game New York lost as they proved susceptible to big plays. In light of how successful some recent opponents have been in beating their blitz schemes will the Jets sit back and play coverage?
It might be a good idea. Tyrod Taylor, according to ESPN statistics has the highest completion percentage in the league against the blitz at 64 percent. He’s also one of the fastest running quarterbacks in the league.
New York’s secondary however, is injury riddled, so does Jets head coach Todd Bowles blitz in an effort to help his ailing secondary or does he commit more defenders to coverage to assist the defensive backfield?
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