Found December 08, 2011 on The Jets Blog:
It’s time to take a final look back at Sunday’s win over the Redskins in BGA Extra – now with limited access to coaches film! After the jump, I respond to your questions from the comments in the original BGA post, which you can access here if you missed it. revisfan: No way was Smith supposed to be covering Armstrong down the field. That was his blown assignment on the Fred Davis catch I think. That seems unlikely, because until Davis motioned to the edge of the line, Cromartie was lined up opposite him. That suggests that either he was in man coverage on him or they were in quarters-style zone coverage. Cromartie shifted over so he was opposite Armstrong, but it would be up to Leonhard to tell him whether he was in man coverage on a different guy or still responsible for the outside of the field. As nobody else shifted, this means nobody else’s responsibility changed. Smith can’t have had man to man responsibilities for Davis, because he lined up 15-20 yards away from him. re...

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