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According to Jets' owner Woody Johnson, Quitter / WR Holmes will be back for the 2012 season. As always, FTT has the inside reasons behind a questionable decision. *Beyond the obvious point that they agree with him about the QB...)10) As always in this town, it's more about the back page tabloids than actual football9) The other WRs are actually worse than a guy giving no effort8) Don't want to make things too easy on embattled QB Mark Sanchez7) Can't admit that they lost the trade with the Steelers that brought him here6) Somehow think that Holmes' ability to perform in close and late game excuses everything else5) Can't possibly figure out how they'd replace 51 catches for 654 yards4) Believe that leadership is all about carrying jewelry from being part of a championship year3) Treasures the man's ability to somehow keep the club in the public eye, even with the Giants still alive2( If they let go of every overrated guy who has been a distraction an...
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