Breakdown on Jets receptions this season

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The biggest knock on New York Jets WR Braylon Edwards are his hands. Ask anyone, and they’ll tell you that Edwards is reliable for one thing: dropping passes.

Well, if you watched the Jets games this season, you’d obviously disagree. Edwards was almost automatic this year, making catch after catch in tough situations. Thanks to ESPN NY and Rich Cimini, here’s further proof.

Provided by Stats, LLC, below is a breakdown showing(Targeted/Catches/Drops) of QB Mark Sanchez’s passes.

Braylon Edwards…. 101/53 — 2
Dustin Keller………..101/55 — 7
Santonio Holmes…….95/52 — 5
Jerricho Cotchery……86/41 — 8
LaDainian Tomlinson…79/52 — 3
Shonn Greene………..24/16 — 2
David Clowney……….16/7 — 1
Brad Smith…………….7/4 — 2
Tony Richardson………5/5 — 0
John Conner…………..4/2 — 0
Joe McKnight………….4/3 — 0
Ben Hartsock………….3/1 — 0
Jeff Cumberland………2/1 — 0
Patrick Turner………..2/2 — 0
Matthew Mulligan……1/0 — 1

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