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QB Bryce Petty - New York Jets

6-3, 230Born: 5-31-1991College: BaylorDrafted: Round 4

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17 at NE 59 19 36 232 0 0 1 -1 0 0 10.5

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2017 Week 17 vs NE (19 / 36 / 232 / 0 / 0 pass, 1 / -1 / 0 rush)

Another week, another poor performance from Petty. New York went 0-for-12 on third downs and was sacked for a safety as Petty's slow decision making led to missed opportunities. New York opted to rotate its offensive lineman throughout the game, giving New England defenders opportunities to tee-off on back-up caliber players. Petty did lose his favorite target, Robby Anderson to a concussion early-on, and opted to lock onto back-up tight end, Neal Sterling. Sterling, who was deployed as an intermediate option, ran wide open when New England deployed zone looks. A lot of completions to Sterling were easy pitch and catches. Petty enters 2018 on the final year of his rookie contract.

2017 Week 16 vs LAC (15 / 28 / 119 / 0 / 1 pass, 3 / 33 / 0 rush)

Today's performance proved that Petty isn't the long-term answer at quarterback. A combination of poor mechanics and bad throws spelled doom for a Jet offense that was highly productive on the ground (197 yards). Petty's footwork was poor, leading to overthrown balls and misguided passes. Petty had multiple chances to hit wide open receivers, but he airmailed easy throws. Granted, Petty was operating behind a makeshift offensive line, but he didn't step up in the pocket and throw the ball with confidence. Petty did take two big hits to his right arm and right hand, but remained in the game and played through pain. Petty was intercepted on a Hail Mary pass attempt right before halftime and didn't account for any touchdown passes. The rushing attack compiled nearly 200 yards, but Petty's poor play doomed his team, especially on third downs.

2017 Week 15 vs NO (19 / 39 / 179 / 1 / 2 pass, 2 / 16 / 0 rush)

All things considered, Bryce Petty played well. He executed a conservative game plan by leaning on his rushing attack and making easy throws to his running backs and wide receivers. All of his reads were defined and the route concepts were fairly basic. New Orleans challenged him with third down pressure-and he handled it well by standing in and delivering the ball. Petty threw one interception, but it was a good throw that ricocheted off his receiver's body. Petty's two favorite targets were Robby Anderson and Elijah McGuire. Anderson, who saw a game-high 12 targets, locked horns with talented rookie corner, Marshon Lattimore. Petty gave Anderson opportunities to win-and the talented young receiver made plays. McGuire made two big plays, a 38-yard catch-and-run on a crossing route, and a 2-yard touchdown on a pylon route. While the big plays were encouraging, the game plan was very conservative. Petty played well enough to earn another start, but fans will want to see Christian Hackenburg at some point.

2017 Week 14 vs DEN (2 / 9 / 14 / 0 / 0 pass, 1 / 7 / 0 rush)

Petty entered this game twiceˇonce in the second quarter and for the remainder of the game in third quarter. In the second quarter, McCown suffered a back injury and Petty played in relief. Later in the third quarter, Petty took over the injured McCown. Petty missed some easy throws, overshooting open receivers. It was his first game action of the year, so some rust was expected.


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