New York Jets Dilemma: Braylon Edwards or Santonio Holmes; Who Stays?

February 4, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Swann and Stallworth, the Marks Brothers, Wayne and Harrison, Carter and Moss, Holt and Bruce, Rice and Taylor. Holmes and Edwards? Well maybe they're not that good, but they are that important to their team. Of the 3,291 yards Mark Sanchez passed for, Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards accounted for 50 percent of those yards. So the question is which one of these receivers will the New York Jets keep? 
The current CBA will only allow the Jets to keep one of these receivers, and here is a breakdown of their only season together on the Jets.
Santonio Holmes put together an impressive season, since he only played in 12 games. His four-game suspension was a little bit of a hiccup in an otherwise good year. His past should be somewhat of a concern though.
Since 2006 he's had a disorderly conduct, domestic violence and the reason he was traded to the Jets was his arrest for possession of marijuana. All that was accomplished in about three years. Two of those happened in...

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