The New York Jets are off to a good start in the 2014 NFL preseason with a 2-0 record after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 25-17. There was quite a bit to take away from this game that taught us a little more about this team.Geno Smith may not be producing outstanding numbers, but his performance against the Bengals showed that he deserves to be the starting quarterback. He seemed even more comfortable than last week and made some solid throws. In addition, he once again proved that he can be effective running the ball. Smith did what he had to do in the game. He has been studying a lot of game film, and it is starting to show and pay off. Therefore, it is still Geno Smith's job to lose.
The Louisville Slugger is the real deal: Calvin Pryor played in his first preseason game and immediately made a big impact. With several big hits, a fumble recovery, and an impressive display of speed and intensity, the team as well as Jets fans have something to look forward to. If Pryor can continue to play the way the he did against the Bengals every week, then the Jets may have found their x-factor on defense.
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