Woodley claims again Jets tipped off play Dan Leberfeld
In the Jets-Pittsburgh game, almost two weeks ago, on a third-and-goal from the one-yard line, early in the fourth quarter, Pittsburgh’s LaMarr Woodley batted down a Mark Sanchez’s pass attempt. He said the Jets’ offensive line tipped off the play.
“Usually on third-down situations most teams are going to run,” Woodley told Jenny Vrentas of the Star-Ledger. “The offensive lineman is usually going to be in the three-point stance ready to charge at you. I just read the offensive line, and I saw that he was standing up in a pass set, so I decided I wasn’t going to rush up field because it had to be something quick in that situation.”