It may come as a surprise, but Santonio has never been selected to a Pro Bowl.
He has never been in a position like he is in with the Jets.
Last season Santonio and Mark Sanchez showed flashes of the rare bond between quarterback and receiver that has produced duos like Montana to Rice and Aikman to Irvin.
Holmes's wiggle after the catch and his ability in the red zone should give him plenty of opportunities to fly around the end zone.
The addition of Plaxico Burress should help Holmes tremendously.
With Burress running the deep routes in the playbook, Santonio should be free to get the ball in space and produce after the catch.
Santonio had around 700 yards receiving and six touchdowns in just 12 games last season.
In 2009, he had 1,200 yards and five touchdowns.
Santonio Holmes is in the prime of his career and poised to have his best season yet.