Can the New York Jets Secondary Slow Down Kyle Orton and the Denver Broncos?

October 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Kyle Orton is on pace to break Dan Marino's single season passing yardage mark of 5,084 as he's currently throwing for nearly 350 yards per game and would finish with 5,545 total yards.
With 42 passing attempts per game, Orton is on pace to throw the football 681 times.
You think the New York Jets have a pretty good idea what to expect at Invesco Field come Sunday afternoon?
The 2-3 Denver Broncos have all but abandoned the running game five games into the season and the question for the New York Jets is whether Darrelle Revis can really play at 100 percent as "Gang Green" looks to stay on top of the AFC East as they enter a bye week 5-1.
The all throw, no run Broncos will need to deal with LaDanian Tomlinson and Shonn Greene, who currently are on pace for dual 1,000 yard seasons as Tomlinson has found the "fountain of youth" in New Jersey's water supply with six yards per carry for the NFL's No. 1 rushing game for a second year in a row.
But the...

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