Braylon Edwards Signing a Low-Risk, High-Reward Move for New York Jets

December 12, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Jets aren't talking about the fact that they are one game out of the playoffs with three games to go, but the move to sign wide receiver Braylon Edwards proves that inside the walls of MetLife Stadium, it's the only thing they're thinking about.
Turning back to a familiar face was more enticing to the Jets front office than sticking with a thinning group of wide receivers. Now, the same guy who called the Jets front office "idiots" just weeks ago is now is the guy who could hold the team's postseason hopes in his hands.
Based on his reputation, the Jets had better hope he doesn't let it fall directly through his hands, but that's a chance they're willing to take, and a chance they are wise to take.
This is not a genius move by general manager Mike Tannenbaum, but an admission of desperation is better than stubborn ignorance.
Injuries have left the Jets as deep as a kiddie pool at wide receiver, and the Jets would be foolish not to consider Ed...

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