Once again, Jets fans were subjected to the all-too-familiar sight of Demario Davis arriving on the scene too late as a wide open receiver took another pass into the end zone. That doesn't necessarily mean it's always his fault but, this time, Davis did seem to be fooled by the Texans' well-designed (and well-executed) gadget play.
While the announcers correctly noted that Antonio Cromartie had completely abandoned that side of the field, it's definitely the case that the back who caught the pass was Davis' assignment initially, because he mirrored his first step before the ball was thrown to the opposite sideline.
Davis continues to struggle with the Bowles/Rodgers system for whatever reason and you have to wonder if he's going to lose playing time soon. I did notice Erin Henderson entered the game for him a couple of times, although on one of those occasions he was noticeably limping at the conclusion of the previous play, so I don't know if we can say that this is a shift in that direction quite yet. Davis only missed a total of six plays, although he had only missed two all season before yesterday.