Ok, so I may be by myself on this one, but I’m giving it a shot anyways. I want to see the Jets make an attempt to bring back wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
Overall I was pretty happy with the production we got from Plax this year, at the end of the day I just didn’t think he had the burst he used to have back when he was with the Giants. He was a huge threat in the red zone, and was a big reason why the Jets were tops in the NFL inside the 20 this year, but I just felt that at times he didn’t have the speed to get by defenders anymore. I mean think about it, the Jets had just one play go for over 40 yards this year. Where was that down field threat?
I guess I just could never get over losing Braylon because he fit into our system very well. I realize that he was basically a non-factor in San Francisco this year, hauling in just 15 balls for a total of 181 yards and no touchdowns, but I do hope the Jets try and pursue him again.
Mark Sanchez and him started to develop a good relationship on the field, and make no mistake about it, Braylon played an enormous role in those 2009 and 2010 playoff runs. In those two seasons with Gang Green he compiled a total of 88 receptions for 1,445 yards and 11 touchdowns, while serving as a legitimate down field threat.
Plax coming back next year is something that isn’t going to happen. The Jets need to move in another direction, which is why going after Braylon and potentially picking up a receiver in the upcoming draft may not be a bad idea. Last year I thought the Jet front office did a poor job at recognizing the importance of chemistry. Not only did the Jets part way with Edwards, they did so with Jerricho Cotchery and Brad Smith as well. Burress came in with no chemistry whatsoever with quarterback Mark Sanchez, and we all know what the chemistry was like between Mark and Santonio. Add rookie Jeremy Kerley to the mix and you’ve got yourself some uncertainty.
We also saw that as the season went on, Burress started to run out of gas. In the last four games of the season, Burress was able to make just eight receptions.
So like I said, maybe I am alone on this one, but why not try and make an attempt to bring him back if it is for a cheap price? I leave you with highlights of Braylon’s two years in Green and White. Perhaps that will be convincing enough.
The Canyon of Heroes in Manhattan was lined with droves of fired up New York Giants fans Tuesday. Probably none more than this girl, who was so confidently excited to see “Sancheeeeeez!”
Right city, wrong team. The brief moment of silence that follows says it all.
Mark Sanchez now officially wants to date this girl.
A blonde female fan attended the New York Giants Super Bowl victory parade in NYC today and was asked which player she was looking forward to see. The female fan shouted "Sanchez!"
If that's true, then that's pretty sad, because Mark Sanchez is the quarterback of the New York JETS, so he obviously won't be there. You would think at the very least she would...
The New York Jets had a very bad end to their season. They finished at 8-8 and had a lot of in fighting. Mark Sanchez their quarterback has taken a beating as well as the head coach Rex Ryan. I think Rex Ryan deserves a chance to turn it around and he will get that chance. I also don't totally blame the quarterback Mark Sanchez. Here is what I think the biggest needs...
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes took to his Twitter account to reach out to quarterback Mark Sanchez on Sunday.
Shortly after the "other" New York-area team won the Super Bowl, Holmes set his sights on next season.
"Hope your getting as antsy as me for the 2012-13 season to start," Holmes tweeted. "One more day til we start to make that journey...
Mark Sanchez paramour Kate Upton is the odds-on-favorite to grace the cover of the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
The smoking-hot Victoria's Secret model— who has been linked to the New York Jets quarterback— is the front runner for the coveted spot, according to the New York Post.
Sources told the Post's Page Six that Upton's blond, all-American looks...
We can at least clear the air on some of the drama surrounding the New York Jets. WR Santonio Holmes cleared the second day of the waiver period which contractually earned him $15.25 million in guarantees from the club. In other words, the Jets have to much invested in him to cut ties with him. Please click the link to find out why now it's time for Mark Sanchez to "man...
The love interest of New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, Kate Upton, could inch out other top models to clinch the coveted Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition cover.
The Victoria's Secret model, recently linked with Sanchez, is considered the top candidate for the cover this year, which will be unveiled Monday on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
The New York Jets are banking on wide receiver Santonio Holmes and quarterback Mark Sanchez working out their differences.
A clause in Holmes' five-year contract was trigged Wednesday morning, guaranteeing the wideout $7.5 million for the 2013 season.
Holmes, who just completed his second season with the Jets, was already assured of guaranteed money for 2012.
If you would have told most New York football fans prior to the season starting that there would be a parade marching through the city on February 7th, the majority would have had to concede that it would more likely be the Jets than the Giants walking down the Canyon of Heroes.
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The Jets have maintained that Santonio Holmes was going to return next season despite his highly publicized rift with quarterback Mark Sanchez. Now that Holmes is still a Jet Thursday, there's little doubt he's going anywhere.
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