Dark Lord, Prince of Evil and Master of the Fourth Plane of Hell Belichick = much more of a threat than Jabba-wannabe Rappin' Rexy. Okay, so he does have the advantage of being alive, thus not needing blood plasma to extend his longevity, and does not thirst for souls, but Ryan is simply not in Belichick's league.
Tommy Tantrum, sacrificer of supermodels Brady = much more of a threat than the hot dog himself, Mr. 'I ate a weiner' Sanchez.
Now, do you think Santonio Holmes = more of a threat than Moss? I believe Holmes is a big upgrade over Edwards and Cotchery, but no I don't see him as harder to handle than Rancid Randy.
Is Edwards (who already had a shot at being the #1 guy there with Sanchez ) = more? He produced a whopping 541 yards in the 12 games he played with gangrene. Whew weee, what a torrid pace, huh? 12 games, 541 yards, that's 45 yards a game, man, he's smoking.Psssst, Ted Ginn did better than that (49.375) in 2008 for us and he got villified like he was the village idiot.
Edward's lack of concentration and dropsies continued, too...50% reception rate on the balls thrown at him. Psssst, Ginn caught 52.1% of his passes. I'm not defending Ginn; he's so hated by most of the readers here that I'm just adding perspective to what we face out of the Jets WRs.
exactlly!!!.. and to add to that both of these guys only have a year left on their contracts, you can't honestly expect the Jets to have the cap space to sign even one of these guys.
It looks to me that they may be a force this season but are going to have some reciever holes to fill the following season and who says there won't be some chemistry/off field issues with these guys this season?..(remember Holmes is a doobie away from a longer suspension now)
The jets are giving their young QB some weapons for sure but these guys come with some potential dangerous baggage that a young Qb may not been prepared to deal with yet so in my opinion there is just as much of a recipe for disaster just as much as success..What do you guys think?.