New York Jets: Coming Off a Huge Win Against the Pats, Problems Still Remain

Daniel MalkinContributor ISeptember 22, 2010

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - AUGUST 27:  Braylon Edwards #17 of the New York Jets in action against the Washington Redskins  during their preseason game on August 27, 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium  in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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The only thing my man Braylon Edwards is catching these days is cases. I mean, Edwards can do the Dougie for days, but he had one big game against the Pats after being pretty much irrelevant since his trade to the Jets.

We were expecting a talented receiver with the rare combination of size and speed. We did get that. But we also got a dude with freaking stones for hands. Dude drops so many balls, he has Justin Bieber waking up in the middle of the night in cold sweats (get it?).

But seriously, his ceiling of talent is too much for Shotty not to call plays designed for him, and for Sanchize not to look in his direction each and every time he throws downfield.

The recent controversy surrounding the Jets is making me somewhat nervous these days. First we acquire players in the offseason with more baggage than Paris Hilton and now the stories keep piling up.

You know, Cromartie with so many bastards he literally loses count of them from time to time, and Santonio Holmes who actually is just an insubordinate goon. But now, we got the entire locker room meat spinning their dongs in front of hot Mexican reporters and Braylon Edwards punishing some Jame-O bombs before doing donuts in his 6-speed at 5 AM.

When will it end? No, what's next?

Is Special teams coach Mike Westhoff gonna beat the ever living crap out of rookie Kyle Wilson with his metallic terminator leg because he's too much of a chick to return a punt? Its not unthinkable. If you watched Hard Knocks, you saw how much of a bad ass Westhoff is.

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