New York Jets Defense | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Rex Ryan took a good defense and gave it the confidence to take on the world as the Jets believed the could win anywhere. For a group that only went nine and seven they showed they could play with the big boys in the playoffs.
Corner back Darrelle Revis became a superstar as fantasy owners learned he could shut down great receivers every week.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: With the addition of Antonio Cromartie and Jason Taylor in free agency, the Jets defense could take their defensive play to another level.
Look for first round pick corner Kyle Wilson should be a great player for years to come and if Cromartie struggles he might start at some point. If defensive tackle Kris Jenkins comes back for a full season this unit should be a great one to have each and every week.
– Top Cover Corner In Football
– Solid All Around Team
– Best Defense Against The Pass
– Can Cromartie Step His Game Up?
– Can Kris Jenkins Stay Healthy?
More Fantasy Football Player Info About The Jets Defense
Jets Defense | D/ ST
Points 14.8 (1st) | Pass 153 (1st) | Run 98 (8th) |
Sacks 32 | Int 17 | FF 15 | TD: D 2 | ST 1
Defensive Style: 3-4
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 7): Lions, Colts, Texans
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NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com