Coming from behind a good sign
The Jets trailed for the first time all season, but were able to come back and win.
Editor's note: Linebacker Jonathan Vilma, selected in the first round of the NFL draft by the New York Jets, will chronicle his rookie experiences in a weekly diary for ESPN.com. This is No. 10 and for the previous diaries, look below.
I've been wanting to play against Willis since he left UM. I was really interested to see how he looked and was glad to see that he looked good. He ran well against us and I'm just glad that his knee is better. As long as his knee is good, you know he's going to be doing alright.
Sunday was a big win for us. It was the first time we were down in a game and it was good to see how everyone reacted. It was good to see everyone confident and not have anyone bickering or doubting each other.
We're now 2-0 in the division, and winning division games is huge.
Not sure if all of you saw it, but I had a chance at my first interception near the end of the game, but couldn't come down with the ball. I think it was too good to be true, that's why I didn't make it. I want my first to be some spectacular play that I return for a TD or something.
As for this week, we're just getting ready for the 49ers. Coach Edwards told us that he puts the season into quarters. We were perfect in the first quarter, but now we're heading into the second quarter and he wants to see how we're going to handle it -- it's a challenge.
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