08 Oct 2007
There are a lot of things going wrong with the New York Jets' 2007 season. Their pass defense through the first four games is on pace to be by far the worst of any team during the DVOA era. The run defense only looks good when placed in comparison to the pass defense. Thomas Jones has failed to upgrade the anemic ground game. But the most visible problem is at quarterback, where Chad Pennington's decision making in recent weeks has not been good enough to compensate for his limited arm strength. With the Jets stuck at 1-4, is it time to put in Kellen Clemens? And if so, what is the future for the franchise's all-time winningest quarterback?
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