Found December 28, 2011 on The Jets Blog:
It’s time to take a final look back at Saturday’s loss to the Giants in BGA Extra – now with limited access to coaches film! After the jump, I respond to your questions from the comments in the original BGA post, which you can access here if you missed it. DontLetSioneWalk: I’m concerned about Santonio Holmes. I saw him jogging out a few routes. I also saw him standing completely still on a play that Sanchez extended with his feet, over to Holmes’ side of the field – he wasn’t even trying to get open at all. He jogged out of bounds a couple of times at the end of a catch to avoid contact. Basically, my sense is that Holmes isn’t really trying very hard. He’s joking around on the sidelines during losses. He looks disengaged. When he does make a play he’s showboating, including the moronic penalty last week. He’s supposed to be a team captain. I’m very disappointed in him, I’m sorry we resigned him. Do you see all this or am I just dogging the guy? I see certain signs of this in te

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