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Jets Thinking More Passing Coming in the 2010 Season

ESPN talks about the Jets having a more dangerous passing attack in the 2010 season:

Braylon Edwards wants to stick with the Jets and he expects the team’s passing game to be more dangerous in 2010. “It’s not about evolving. It’s about the situation,” Edwards said. “The run worked for us all year. Thomas Jones and Shonn Greene as well as our line did a tremendous job all season. The passing game was in a developing stage because, one, you have a rookie quarterback. Two, you have a new acquisition in myself, who has to learn the system. Dustin Keller made some plays for us, but he’s still young. We get an offseason together, and we’ll be able to get together with Mark. All of us can learn how we play. Mark will get better, and slowly but surely become a Peyton Manning, a guy that knows his receivers, a guy that knows the game.”

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One Response to “Jets Thinking More Passing Coming in the 2010 Season”

  1. Braylon Edwards can be a good Receiver if he would just focus on the possesion and not try to think about what he’s gonna do after the catch. It’ll be a long time till Sanchez looks like Peyton Manning. Braylon should just look at the youngster Dustin Keller if he wants to see how to hold on to the ball.

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