Mark Sanchez, the WRs, and the Importance of Chemistry

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Oct 23, 2011; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) wide receiver Santonio Holmes (10) celebrate after a touchdown during the first half. The play was overturned by a penalty. Mandatory Credit: Danny Wild-US PRESSWIRE

2 AFC Championship games, followed by an 8-8 season by the Jets. Year four begins of the Rex Ryan era.

Mark Sanchez set a career high with 26 TD passes, and accounted for 32 overall. However, we saw many times during the season where he and the offense were not on the same page. Santonio Holmes did a lot of griping last season, which culminated in the on-field display in Miami.

Jets West has come and gone, so the next time everyone will be together is in a few weeks at SUNY Cortland at training camp. This is a big year for the Jets, and especially for the offense as they learn a new playbook.

What will make the difference for the Jets offense, is chemistry. Chemsitry between Sanchez and the group of wide receivers.

Read on, and we will talk more about it.

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