In Arizona's recent win over Seattle, Matt Hasselbeck, struggled mightily against the blitz and threw four interceptions.
Seattle, like the Jets, plays the West Coast offense, and Hasselbeck is a considered a better quarterback than Carter. So this might not bode well for the Jets in Arizona.
What Campo did was force Carter to make quick decisions.
"[Campo] coached [Carter] in Dallas, so he knew what kind of quarterback he is,' said Browns defensive tackle Orpheus Roye. "He doesn't like pressure up the middle. We got good pressure and messed up the scheme a little bit."
"He wanted our defense to play fast and make Quincy make fast decisions," said Browns wide receiver Antonio Bryant, who played with Carter in Dallas.
The Browns considered Carter a one-read quarterback which isn't good in the West Coast offense which often focuses on a three or four reads . . .
You have to feel bad for Jets linebacker Jason Glenn. With Victor Hobson (high ankle sprain) likely out of the lineup for a few weeks, he probably would have started, something he has strived to do during his first four years in the league. But he won't play this week due to a broken arm. Starting for Hobson, if his high ankle sprain keeps him out of the lineup, will be Mark Brown. While you haven't heard a lot about Brown, the Jets should be okay at outside linebacker with him taking over as the starter. He was the biggest surprise of training camp in 2003, but then pulled a hamstring, and ended up getting cut. If he didn't get hurt, he likely would have made the active team. The Jets ended up signing him to their practice squad where he spent most of the 2003 season. This year he made the active roster, and the Jets love his potential. He's got terrific instincts, and is very tough. Brown wasn't drafted because of his lack of ideal size (he's probably under 6-0, and weighs about 235), but he was a terrific player at Auburn. He succeeded Takeo Spikes as the Tigers middle linebacker . . .
Jets safety Jon McGraw is questionable this week with an abdominal strain, and this injury might eventually end his season, like it did with John Abraham last year . . .
"We are going to rest [McGraw] this week and next week we will know for sure," said Edwards. If he's going to rest this week, why is he listed as questionable and not out? . . .
The Cardinals decision to bench quarterback Josh McCown in favor of Shaun King isn't good news for the Jets. Don't let King's struggles last week in Carolina fool you. King, at this point, is a much better quarterback than the inexperienced McCown. The Cardinals got off to a 4-5 start despite McCown. They had the 30th ranked pass offense under McCown. He passed for 90 yards in the win over the New York Giants, his last start. King led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the NFC Championship game in 1999. As a college senior, he led Tulane to an 11-0 record. The guy is a winner, and in his second game as the Cardinals starter, he should play better . . .
The Jets pass rush could have a big game against a Cardinals offensive line that is struggling. The line was playing so poorly that Cardinals coach Denny Green fired offensive line coach Bob Wylie three weeks ago. He was replaced by Everett Lindsey, who was in Cardinals camp this summer as a player. Green's decision to replace Pete Kendall, now with the Jets, with rookie center Alex Stepanovich has come back to haunt him. Last week King was sacked five times by the Panthers. He also fumbled four times. Expect him to be harassed with regularity by the Jets front seven . . .
Jets cornerback David Barrett is giving the Jets receivers very good insight into the tendencies of the Cardinals defensive backs. Barrett played from 2000-2003 in Arizona . . .
The Jets could get a big break this week if Cardinals defensive end Bert Berry doesn't play. The NFL's leading sacker is nursing a deep thigh bruise which forced him out of the Cardinals game last week. He had four sacks against the Giants a few weeks ago . . .
While the Cardinals are 4-6, don't think for a second they are playing out the string. They are still in the middle of the NFC Wildcard hunt . . .
The Cardinals play much better at home, despite not getting much fan support. They are 3-1 at home, and 1-5 on the road . . .
Chad Pennington made about 15 throws between 20-25 yards at practice on Wednesday, and looked comfortable . . .
Kendall was held out of practice, but isn't listed on the injury report. Running back Curtis Martin (knee) also missed practice. Kendall isn't on the injury report. Martin is listed as probable. . . .
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