New York Jets defensive tackle Damon Harrison believes that most quarterbacks in the NFL will struggle against his side's secondary this season.
New York Jets defensive tackle Damon Harrison has claimed that it will be hard for any quarterback to have success against his side's secondary this season.
The Jets bolstered their secondary in the off-season with the additions of All-Pro Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie and Buster Skrine.
Todd Bowles's men have mustered 10 turnovers in their first two matches, including three interceptions of Andrew Luck in their win over the Indianapolis Colts.
"It'll be hard for any quarterback," Harrison told reporters.
"I just don't see too many having a level of success against those guys. I say they're mean. That's a mean group we've got back there. It'll be hard for any quarterback."
The Jets are 2-0 in their season ahead of their clash against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
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