Santonio Holmes and the New York Jets’ Offseason: A Glass Half-Empty Perspective

April 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It would be silly for one to deny the influx of talent that has come to the green team in New York since Rex Ryan's arrival.
It would also be silly to pen them in as winners of the AFC East and legitimate favorites to finish the year in Dallas.
The Jets are living the PR dream right now.
After the Brett Favre disaster of 2008, no one in a conscious state of mind could have envisioned a scenario in which the Jets seriously contended for the AFC championship, then reeled in some of the most recognizable names in the entire sport of football right in time for the christening of a place they could finally don as their new home.
But that’s what happened. They have acquired the best running back of the decade, a cornerback who may have had the best individual season of the decade, and a wide receiver who, forget the decade, may have made the catch of the century in the Super Bowl little more than one year ago.
Last season, the Jets finished 9-7 and m...

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