Santonio Holmes is hamstrung by another injury - and a lack of chemistry with his starting quarterback.
The New York Jets wide receiver is dealing with a strained hamstring that will likely keep him out of at least the team's game at Atlanta on Monday night. That's a setback for the still-developing on-field relationship between him and rookie Geno Smith.
Holmes surprisingly wasn't a major part of the offense in the Jets' 38-13 loss at Tennessee last Sunday. He had just one catch despite being on the field for 49 plays before suffering the hamstring injury.
''It's the offense's job,'' Holmes said Thursday. ''I can't throw it to myself and catch it, otherwise I would. I just have to do my part, which is the position that I'm playing, which is primary `X' receiver and a lot of times you get double-covered, get taken out of the play.
''The progression and the reads from the quarterback have to go elsewhere.'...