Offseason Moves Guaranteed To Bring the Jets a Super Bowl Victory

March 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jets put together an impressive postseason run that ended one game away from the Super Bowl.  But now they must gear up for the offseason to make a few moves that will get them to that ever-elusive second Super Bowl.
First and foremost, releasing Thomas Jones is a great idea.  It gives you some room to move as far as the cap is concerned and on top of that the Jets don't really need this guy anymore.  Not with the speed of Leon Washington and the hard running style of Shonn Greene.
However, that is only the beginning of what needs to happen if the Jets expect to win the Super Bowl next year.
First, they need to get Braylon Edwards some stick-em.  Don't get me wrong, I love this guy and I am excited to have him on the team, as he provides a great deep threat.  The only thing missing is his hands.  His bonehead drops are far too reminiscent of wide outs like Clifford Franklin from The Replacements and the kid from The Little Giants who only catches toilet paper...

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