OLB Marques Murrell didn't have any sacks, but he had some pressures and displayed a non-stop motor. If the Jets cut this guy, they are probably making a mistake. He gives them a backup OLB who can really get after the quarterback, and is actually playing better than Vernon Gholston right now.
CB Hank Poteat is a guy who is always written off, but he just keeps making plays. He had a key late fourth quarter pick and a PD. He might have locked up a roster spot.
S Abram Elam also had a pick and PD. He probably locked up the third safety spot.
QB Erik Ainge has put the Jets in a tough spot. He was finally given a chance to play, and finished 10 of 16 for 131 yards with one TD pass and a 109.1 QB rating. What do the Jets do? Do they keep four quarterbacks? Probably not. Stay tuned.
WR David Ball, who can clearly play in the league, had two catches, including a six-yard TD pass from Ainge in the back of the end zone.
QB Brett Ratliff has clearly locked up a roster spot, and now is a legitimate contender for the #2 job. He had the play of the game. He got out of a sure sack, stepped up, and hit Paul Raymond for a TD.
G Stanley Daniels had the key block Jesse Chatman's game-winning touchdown run. He also had a terrific block in the open field on a screen to Chatman. He is more athletic than the Jets other reserve guards Rob Tucker and Will Montgomery, but will have a hard time beating either one of them out.