Jets' Avery Williamson tears ACL, done for season | How does it affect defense? 3 thoughts on devastating injury

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Jets' Avery Williamson tears ACL, done for season | How does it affect defense? 3 thoughts on devastating injury
Jets' Avery Williamson tears ACL, done for season | How does it affect defense? 3 thoughts on devastating injury

The Jets just suffered their first catastrophic injury of the season. Linebacker Avery Williamson tore his ACL during Thursday night's game against the Falcons, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Williamson is now done for the season. That means the Jets will be without one of their two starting middle linebackers for the entire year. C.J. Mosley just lost his partner in the middle of the defense. Here are three thoughts on the injury, what it means and how it affects the Jets' defense moving forward: 1. Why was Williamson still playing? Williamson picked up the injury when he collided with cornerback Tevaughn Campbell with 3:44 left in the second quarter. All the Jets' starters had long

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