New Jets Season, Same Big Mouths

August 2, 2012 12:00 AM

New Jets Season, Same Big Mouths

" We got our first inkling that nothing much has changed around the Jets when Santonio Holmes shared his opinion on the team's two-headed (no-armed?) quarterbacking situation.

Holmes doesn't think two quarterback systems can work in the NFL, which isn't a particularly controversial viewpoint in a league where no one outside of the Jets hierarchy seems to think the Mark Sanchez/Tim Tebow combination can possibly end well. The problem isn't what Holmes said, though, the problem is that he said it to reporters.

The idea that the Jets could stamp out dysfunction in one fell swoop was always a naive one because the roots of the problem are still in the ground. The idea that they could perhaps keep a curtain drawn on their dysfunction and not air every thought that runs through their head to the media, though? That's a pretty easy expectation to meet.

There's nothing more tired and overplayed in New York than comparing the Jets' style to that of the Giants, but it begs to be dragged out of the barn in this instance "

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