New York Jets Daily, 12/15/17: Demario Davis, Week 15 breakdown
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New York Jets star LB Demario Davis has had a career renaissance in 2017. Plus we continue to breakdown #NYJvsNO ahead of Sunday’s game.

What many thought was just a meaningless trade late in the offseason ended up being a home run for the New York Jets.

That player was Demario Davis, who is on pace for one of the best seasons as a linebacker in Jets history. The stats are incredible and it’s crazy to think that, perhaps at the ripe age of 28, he could just be entering his prime.

Much was made about David Harris’ departure from the Jets late in the process and how that was handled. He soon thereafter signed with the New England Patriots and has done nothing for the Jets’ AFC East rival.

The more time that goes by, the clearer the picture gets. It appears that the Jets made the correct decision. Now if they can continue to infuse some youth at the position, and hope that Darron Lee continues to develop and mature (a big if), the Jets could be loaded at linebacker for the foreseeable future.

Behind Enemy Lines via The Jets Zone

Every week on The Jets Zone we break down the upcoming opponent in our (Behind Enemy Lines) segment. This week we talked with Roy Anderson of Who Dat Dish, he filled us in on the health status of versatile playmaker Alvin Kamara, Drew Brees’ future with the Saints, and so much more!

Speaking of Kamara, this New Orleans Saints team is much different than the high-flying passing game we’re used to. But if you remember when the Saints won the Super Bowl, they were led by their ground attack of Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush.

They’ve got another dynamic duo backfield this season, one that looks arguably better than their predecessors. Kamara and Mark Ingram have combined for 1,579 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns.

The X-factor for the Jets is how do you stop Kamara? According to multiple sources, he appears healthy and ready to go for Sunday’s game after suffering a concussion in Week 14. Spoiler alert: there’s no human on planet Earth who can stop him. You can only hope to contain him.

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