Defensive players not happy Dan Leberfeld
Chicago – The Jets defensive players weren’t very happy after their 38-34 loss to Chicago.
Even after they found out they had qualified for the playoffs, their mood didn’t improve much.
“We were piss poor in the second half, especially in the third quarter,” Jason Taylor said.
“Without saying something wrong, we didn’t make enough plays,” Calvin Pace said.
Taylor didn’t mince words when describing the pass rush.
“We were terrible,” Taylor said.
Bryan Thomas is getting fed up with the blown assignments.
“There is way you can be happy,” Thomas said. “We left guys wide open. We need to run the play that is called.”
While Rex Ryan might want to rest certain players next week for the playoffs, Pace and Bart Scott want no part of it.
“Defensively, we need to get as many reps as we can to correct this bleep,” Pace said.
“I want to play,” Scott said. “I want to make sure I go into the playoffs playing good football.”