Bollinger's third quarter end zone pick to cornerback Ken Lucas. might have been the most important play of the game.
"It was a big turning point," said Bollinger. "We were going down on that drive and Laveraneus beats him and I just threw a bad ball. The corner made a good play and intercepted it. Obviously that was a big point in the game. I knew it was going to be short. I wish I could have it back. I wish I could have a couple back today obviously. It was a big play. They made it. We didn't."
What went wrong on the play?
"I threw it my back foot," said Bollinger. "I don't think I had to. For whatever reason I did. I hung the ball in the air."
The bigger question is why did the Jets continually throw at Lucas, the Panthers best cornerback. That was a bad strategy.