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Will Braylon Edwards get his time to shine this season?


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Ever since he came to the Jets years ago from the Browns I loved him and he quickly became my favorite Jet.  Question is since he is back again this year again, will he get his on field time and will the team and coaches take him seriously with all the bullsh*t he said and the off field drama in the past.  Our team has a huge potential in many positions as long as players step up.

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Could you make this a poll?

 

For example:

we ALL hate Braylon Edwards...that's a given, but would you rather:

 

Braylon Edwards does really well, and makes it to the probowl, after single-handedly winning us the division?

or

Braylon Edwards gets arrested at a PED party which implicates the entire WR corp...after which they are all arrested for the duration of the season?

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Could you make this a poll?

 

For example:

we ALL hate Braylon Edwards...that's a given, but would you rather:

 

Braylon Edwards does really well, and makes it to the probowl, after single-handedly winning us the division?

or

Braylon Edwards gets arrested at a PED party which implicates the entire WR corp...after which they are all arrested for the duration of the season?

I think it's pretty clear from the performance of our wide receiving crew that not a one of them is on PEDs.

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Plaxico Edwards, I mean Braylon Burress will be 30-40 catch guy, 500 yds, above avg run blocker, with 6-8 tds being most of his value will in the red zone/end zone.

I like Braylon, I think the last couple of years of his career might have been a little different if the Jets signed him instead of Santonio John Holmes. Making his career #'s much like Plaxs...minus the prison sentence and bulletwound scar.

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above avg run blocker, with 6-8 tds being most of his value will in the red zone/end zone.

 

 

This is one of the underrated aspects of his game that should secure him a roster spot.  He and Stephen Hill are both adept run-blockers, and that should be huge in our dink-and-dunk screen game. 

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This is one of the underrated aspects of his game that should secure him a roster spot.  He and Stephen Hill are both adept run-blockers, and that should be huge in our dink-and-dunk screen game. 

 

It's not underrated so much as it's one of the last traits to look for in a WR. 

 

Skills I wish were underrated for Braylon:

 

- Hands

- Route running

 

He's basically the new Donte Stallworth. A big name bust who keeps getting a job because for moments at a time he might not suck at being a WR. 

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It's not underrated so much as it's one of the last traits to look for in a WR. 

 

Skills I wish were underrated for Braylon:

 

- Hands

- Route running

 

He's basically the new Donte Stallworth. A big name bust who keeps getting a job because for moments at a time he might not suck at being a WR. 

 

If you believe half the drivel coming out of this forum, it doesn't matter if the WRs can catch.  Might as well have them block for the running game. 

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