WATCH: Former Holy Trinity Tiger, New York Jets Safety Marcus Maye Makes Unique ‘Butt-Interception’

By  //  October 19, 2020

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Mayes' first interception of 2020 season

(24 7 SPORTS) – The New York Jets have had a completely disastrous 2020 season — at least, for the fans that want them to win rather than tank for Clemson star quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

At 0-5 entering Sunday, the Jets are probably the worst team in the NFL and will be 0-6 this week after another blowout loss, this time to the Miami Dolphins. Only the New York Giants can truly rival their ineptitude.

Former Florida defensive back Marcus Maye is taking on more responsibility this season now that the Jets traded All-Pro safety Jamal Adams to the Seattle Seahawks, as Maye is a team captain and will try to build on a 2019 season in which he started all 16 games, made 65 tackles and defended seven passes.

And Maye made a play on Sunday that will be a rare bright spot for the Jets this season.

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2018 SPACE COAST SPORTS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE: Florida Gator Safety Marcus Maye was named first-team All-SEC by Pro Football Focus and earned first-team All-American recognition from USA Today and PFF after the 2015 season. Mayes was a standout four-sport athlete at Holy Trinity and is now with the New York Jets.

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