With cornerback Darrelle Revis still in concussion protocol and fellow defensive back Marcus Williams week-to-week with a sprained MCL, the Jets' secondary will have to figure out exactly how to cover Giants star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Playing in just his second pro season, Beckham has torched opponents again, ranking fourth in receiving yards (1,005) and in a tie for second in receiving touchdowns (nine). He has four consecutive 100-yard games, including last week, when he hauled in a highlight-reel, diving, one-handed touchdown against the Redskins.
"I still feel like there's still so much room for him to grow," said Antonio Cromartie, who earlier this year called Beckham a "one-year wonder" (Oct. 15). "He's a young, athletic guy that can go out and make plays, and make unbelievable catches. He's proven that over and over."