There were many new faces on New York’s sideline, but Brandon Marshall proved to be the biggest different maker. Marshall scored one touchdown, forced a fumble after a key interception that turned the tide. The Jets haven’t had a big, physical wide receiver like Marshall since Keyshawn Johnson. Marshall sets the tone on offense and brings a renewed sense of urgency to this once lackluster offense. Antonio Cromartie suffered a non-contact, knee injury during the second quarter. Two trainers were needed to get him off the field. Marcus Williams came on in relief of Cromartie and played well, intercepting one pass and defensing three passes. Before suffering an injury, Cromartie was beaten on Johnny Manziel’s 54-yard touchdown pass. Heading into his contract year, Chris Ivory garnered the attention of fans after an impressive pre-season. Ivory did not disappoint by rushing for two touchdowns. Ivory ran with an attitude and purpose as he ran through arm tackles and converted when asked to produce in high-leverage situations.

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