The pass rush of the Jets has to try and manufacture pressure on [Tom] Brady. They don’t get pressure from their outside linebackers, and so they have to scheme it up and trick it up and try and do different things to try and generate pressure. They bring it in volumes, which should open up some opportunities for Brady. They don’t get a traditional pass rush — one that you would hope to get from a 3-4 front. They have some promising young players in Muhammad Wilkerson and Quinton Coples, but when you lose your best defensive player in Darrelle Revis — who also happens to be the best defensive player in the league — it really changes what you can do defensively.
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