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Maye a big bright spot for the Jets with great performances, leadership

NEW YORK – Football whipped through the air as New York Jets players and coaches held their breath on the sideline. Everyone except Adam Gase. He watched Marcus Maye keep up with the Rams, Gerald Everett, the team’s first win of the season on the line. “When I saw that ball go up and I saw who it was,” the Jets coach recalled on Thursday, “I said, ‘We have as good a chance as ever so far because that guy is on it.’ ‘Maye turned to the ball, jumped with his back to Everett and took a long shot from Jared Goff on the fourth i- 4 with the remaining 3:54 – helping to seal the Jets’ surprising 23-20 win in Los Angeles last Sunday. “I just played a game. on the fourth drop, ”said the modest Maye after the game,“ but it was definitely a group effort, a team effort. “Four-year safety has been playing big games all season, even as the Jets have gone from 0-13. Through it all, Maye has been one of the constant bright spots – and has been limited by being selected as Curtis Martin’s team MVP. and for the season, as the players voted. ”It could have been anyone, but for them it’s definitely an honor r,” Maye said on Thursday. “There have been a lot of ups and downs this year, but we’ve all stuck together.” Maye has been selected as team captain and has accepted the role of team leader this season, something that has become even more apparent than Jamal Adams ’security store in Seattle in the off-season. Although Adams was very loud on the field and in the locker room, Maye was mostly a leader as an example. And that brought him the respect of teammates and coaches. “He’s confirmed every box you can check to make sure you win that award for us,” Gase said. “Whether you’re a player or a coach – anyone in the organization – his leadership has been phenomenal since we launched this thing.” Maye he released some headlines a few weeks ago when he was uncharacteristically critical of a call to play by then-defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who tried out a comprehensive match against the Las Vegas with the Jets who were late in the lead. scoring a goal on an unprepared beginner corner by Lami r Jackson. And Williams was fired the next day. Many of Maye’s teammates applauded him for saying his opinion after such a brutal loss. Gase also pointed to Maye’s ability to stand out as he moves back and forth between free safety and strong safety spots due to several injuries to teammates. Maja’s endurance, flexibility, and overall understanding of the defense scheme set him apart. “The guys noticed the work he put in and the consistency in terms of his attitude he had all year,” quarterback Sam Darnold said. That’s the biggest thing about him never having a bad day. And even if he has a bad day, he won’t let anyone know. His attitude will not show that. “Maye was the Jets’ second pick in 2017, a round after New York took Adams. The two of them created one of the best safety combinations in the league through their first three NFL seasons. Maye was often overshadowed by Adams, but even casual observers this season noticed.two bags of season opening in Buffalo, an interception behind Miami and a one-way pick for Seattle.And before the athletic game against Los Angeles.Maye’s contract with the rookie expires at the end of the season, and CEO Joe Douglas and Jets will have to make a big decision of the season. They could choose to choose a five-year option for Maye’s contract or sign an extension to make sure he doesn’t hit freedom – and potentially leave him to sign elsewhere. “Whenever you have players you like, not only as guys in the locker room, but also talented, you want to keep them organized, ”said Gase.Maye said there has been no talk of a contract yet, but he would like to stay in New York. in the last two games. And, maybe make a few more MVP-like shows to help the Jets to a new win. “I’m a big fan,” interim defense coordinator Frank Bush said. “This guy just got better and better and better. … If you add more parts around it where it can be freed to do some things, it could be even better. “NOTES: CB Javelin Guidry (knee) did not exercise for the second day in a row. … WR Jeff Smith (shoulder) was limited. … With ILB Harvey Langi at IR with a neck injury, Bush said Bryce Hager fill a seat opposite Neville Hewitt .___ More AP NFL: and Waszak Jr., Associated Press