Dustin Keller Will Eclipse 1,000 Yards in 2012

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Consistency has also been a hallmark of the tight end under Tony Sparano’s offense. During his time with Miami, tight end Anthony Fasano has been a consistent performer, with 18 TDs over the four seasons. His peak season as far as receiving yards was 528, but with Keller and his explosiveness, 1,000 yards is very realistic.


The running game is going to get better in 2012. Sparano and his staff are preaching a physical brand of football, in order to bring back the Ground and Pound philosophy to the New York Jets.

We have talked in the past about the improvement that Shonn Greene’s game will have in 2012, but that is not the only positive that will come.

With the improved running game, the defense will have to come up close to guard against the improved running game, which will open the seams down the field. Who will run down those seams? Sanchez’s favorite target, Dustin Keller.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Dustin Keller, Ground And Pound, Jets Ground And Pound, Keller Contract, Mark Sanchez, NY Jets, Stephen Hill, Tony Sparano, Vertical Passing Game

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