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12 Oct 2009
This week's MNF feature looks at the trade of Braylon Edwards to the Jets.
Posted by: Sean McCormick on 12 Oct 2009
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13 Oct 2009, 5:04pm by
Isn't the data re. the Jets' passing offense based on a very small sample size, which is further skewed by the New Orleans game? And isn't it possible the Jets' passing attack has been hampered by the lack of a downfield threat (like Edwards)to complement Cotchery and Keller?
Blast it, I thought we were talking Herm.
Absolutely. In fact, I would expect that Sanchez will significantly outperform the Cleveland quarterbacks by year's end, rookie or no rookie. But I think most people assume that Sanchez has significantly outperformed Quinn and Anderson to date, and that's not really the case.
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