1. MORE D-LINE DOMINANCE
One of many main causes for the Jets’ three-game successful streak has been the play of the crew’s line of defense, specifically, Quinnen Williams.
In final week’s win vs. the Packers, Williams recorded two sacks, three tackles, a compelled fumble, two QB hits, a deal with for loss, and a blocked subject aim on particular groups as he was named the AFC Defensive Participant of the Week.
The Jets will want one other massive efficiency from Williams and their D-line in opposition to a Broncos offense that has struggled to attain factors. Denver has additionally allowed 20 sacks (sixth most) in six video games.
If the Jets can get to Broncos QB Brett Rypien, who’s beginning for the injured Russell Wilson (hamstring), and in addition decelerate Melvin Gordon and the Broncos speeding assault, they may have an opportunity to create turnovers.
2. RUN BREECE RUN
If it isn’t damaged, don’t repair it. The Jets have been driving the Breece Corridor prepare for the final two weeks. Why not proceed to make the most of the run sport till groups can present they’ll cease it? Corridor has rushed for 279 yards and three TDs in the course of the win streak.
The Broncos are common in stopping the run. Not solely does Gang Inexperienced must function Corridor within the backfield, nevertheless it additionally must show him as a receiver.
In opposition to the Dolphins two weeks in the past, Corridor had a 79-yard reception that arrange a TD. With the Broncos’ No. 5 passing protection (184.5 yards allowed), finishing quick, intermediate passes to Corridor may assist transfer the chains.
3. GET THE PASS ATTACK GOING
The Jets haven’t gotten a lot going within the passing sport since Zach Wilson’s return from harm on Oct. 2 in opposition to the Steelers. However this could possibly be a sport the place the Broncos will commit additional defenders to cease Corridor and Michael Carter within the backfield.
To maintain the Jets out of third and lengthy conditions, Wilson should full passes on early downs to forestall the Broncos’ protection from committing solely to the run.