Found February 10, 2012 on
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For all the talk us Jets fans have been dealing with in terms of coaches and players staying or leaving in the past couple of weeks. Here are three players who will be around next year that should be ready to take their play to the next level -
Jeremy Kerley - Prior to the departure of Derrick Mason, Kerley saw limited action. However, after Mason was traded to Houston, Jet fans saw just how much potential Kerley had. Working out of the slot position, Kerley managed to haul in 29 receptions for 314 yards and one touchdown. Not only did Kerley show how bright of a future he has with the Jets, he also provides the offense with game breaking potential, something this offense lacks. Kerley demonstrated his versatility by running the Wildcat effectively and connecting on his only throw of the season for 41 yards. I believe Kerley has the ability to be a solid slot wide receiver for many years to come with the Jets.
Muhammad Wilkerson - Even though he looked overmatched at times this season, overall Wilkerson made a strong impression as a rookie, Wilkerson is just 22 years old and has plenty of room for improvement. He started in all 16 games for the Jets this season, making a total of 49 tackles and 3 sacks, including one for a safety in Week 2 against the Jags. This is a guy who has a ton of natural ability at the DE position, and it’s important that he continues to develop because we all know after watching the Super Bowl this past Sunday, it takes a solid D-Line to beat Brady and the Pats.
Jeff Cumberland - His season was cut short after just three games due to a torn Achilles. It was unfortunate to see because I think a lot of people saw a big upside to Cumberland. He will be entering just his third season in the NFL next year, and barring any setbacks from his recovery, I fully expect to see Cumberland a part of the mix next year, having both Dustin Keller and Jeff Cumberland gives the Jets a solid duo at the TE spot.
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Free agency opens March 13th but that doesn’t mean it is too early to start breaking down potential options for the New York Jets, who have some work to do. Regardless of what one of the Mike’s (Lombardi, Florio, Francesa) in the mainstream media would like you to believe the Jets aren’t that far away from being a playoff contender. And in this day and age, when you are a playoff...
And her explanation makes about as much sense as screaming out “Sanchez!” when asked what Giants player she was hoping to see…
That makes total sense, in an illogical, non-sensical sort of way. Good thing they’re both hot, as attractive women are usually given a pass on matters such as these.
I can actually buy the idea that she didn’t realize what she was saying...
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.
We’re sure you remember the video we showed you earlier this week of the dumb blond at the New York Giants Super Bowl victory parade. When asked by a local reporter who she was there to see, she yelled “Sanchez!”
Obviously, she was referring to ever-so-dreamy New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Well, after becoming an Internet laughingstock, Sanchez girl decided to do two...
The day after the Giants paraded down the “Canyon of Heroes,” Jets fans awoke to this full page ad in the Daily News.
There was some debate about whether the Jets did the right thing by congratulating the team that trashed talked them the last few weeks, and often is looked at as their big brother.
I don’t have a problem with it, and think it was the right thing to do. The...
New York Jets receiver Plaxico Burress is keen to fly the nest and join the Philadelphia Eagles when he hits free agency next month, WCAU reported Thursday.
Burress, who landed with the Jets on a one-year deal last year following his release from prison on gun charges, will become a free agent March 18.
The former Giants star, a hero in New York's Super Bowl victory over the...
As New York Jets fans, we all know this Super Bowl was about as painful as humanly possible. The Jet’s two biggest rivals, who have mostly dominated us for the better part of forever, matched up in the same game, a lose/lose situation right? While the Jets haven’t won a Super Bowl since Broadway Joe 40+ years ago, the second best thing behind winning is watching Patriot fans...
Hot News for WR Santonio Holmes
It was one thing for Jets fans to attend a Super Bowl party, put on a happy face and watch two of their most-despised opponents -- the crosstown Giants and the division rival New England Patriots -- vie for the championship that the Jets have been longing for since 1969.
Recently at Holdout Sports, we brought you the blonde girl at the New York Giants Super Bowl victory parade who was asked during a live interview which Giants player she was excited to see when she shouted "Sanchez!". Of course, this made no sense since Mark Sanchez is the quarterback of the New York Jets, so she seemed to have the New York football teams confused.
It appears Santonio Holmes is sticking around - just as the New York Jets said he would.
The Jets make their first good move of 2012 when they took out a full page add congratulating the Giants on their Super Bowl victory! Let's continue the good moves and getting back to a classy organization by putting a muffle on Rex's mouth!