NY Jets Pro Bowl Break Down – JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum)

In his NFL fourth season, Williams has registered 11 sacks, 23 QB hits and 12 TFLs – all career bests – enin route to his first career selection to the Pro Bowl. Since sacks became official in 1982, Williams is the ninth player in franchise history to register 11 QB takedowns in a season.

Williams, the No. 3 Selection in the 2019 NFL Draft out of Alabama, he is tied for No. 7 in the NFL in sacks, tied for No. 13 in TFLs, No. 7 in QB hits and has received a grade of 90.5 from Pro Football Focus this season – tied for eighth-best among defenders this season.

Gardner, selected No. 4 in April’s NFL Draft, was named to the Pro Bowl in his first professional season. The Cincinnati product leads the NFL with 16 pass defenses and has registered 2 interceptions, 48 tackles and 3 TFLs. In the fan vote, Gardner led all CBs with 191,876.

Gardner is the first Jets defensive back since S Jamal Adams in 2019 and the first Jets CB since Darrelle Revis in 2015 to be selected. Additionally, the star rookie has an 87.9 defensive grade and an 89.6 coverage grade on PFF, which lead all defensive backs.

Mosley, a Baltimore Raven from 2014-18, this is his fifth Pro Bowl selection and first with the Green & White after being named an alternate last season. Mosley, a team captain, leads the Jets and is No. 6 in the NFL with 130 tackles, the sixth 100-plus tackle campaign of his career. The Alabama product has also registered 4 TFLs and 6 pass defenses.

Reed leads the Jets alternates — he is having a dominant season opposite Gardner. Reed has registered a career-high 11 PDs this season to go with with 1 interception, 66 tackles and a forced fumble. Reed is the No. 15-rated CB (min. 485 snaps) with a grade of 73.7 and the No. 10 -ated CB in coverage with a 78.3 according to PFF.

Wilson, the No. 10 selection in April’s NFL Draft, has had an explosive rookie season breaking Jets rookie franchise records for receptions and receiving yards, with 67 catches for 966 yards. The Ohio State product has also found the end zone 4 times this season including 2-touchdown games against the Bears and the Browns.

This content was originally published here.

Share this story