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A San Diego Chargers receiver making a play against a Jets cornerback was a pretty rare thing today. Chargers wideouts only caught four balls -- two for Malcom Floyd and one each for Vincent Jackson and Patrick Crayton -- but one of them was a thing of beauty. Here's Malcom Floyd making some magic in the second quarter in front of cornerback Antonio Cromartie. The Jets covered so well that that's what Chargers receivers had to do to catch balls today. That was a beauty by Floyd, and the fact that it was the exception highlights how well the Jets defense played today.
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