Santonio Holmes Says “No” to Two Quarterback System

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Santonio seems to understand that Tebow will have set plays for him each week, and feels he will do well. He also thinks that Mark Sanchez is doing a good job at setting himself as the starter:

“Sanchez has done everything that he can do to keep his starting spot, and I’m thinking that he’s going to be our guy this season,” Holmes said. “I’m not saying that with any bit of less confidence than the way I feel about him coming into the season. He’s going to be our guy that we depended on for the past couple of years, and he’s going to get the job done this year.”

Later on, he made a more ominous comment when asked about LaDainian Tomlinson’s thought that Holmes could be a problem if he doesn’t get the ball enough:

“I didn’t say anything about last season until Week 17,” Holmes added. “It hurt to play seven games and only have (22) catches, but you do live and you learn. Honestly, L.T., I wouldn’t say he’s wrong, but I don’t think it would be right if I had anything to say come Week 7 and I only have 20 catches again. Just play it out like the way it played it out last year.”

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Holmes On Nfl Network, Ladainian Tomlinson, Mark Sanchez, NY Jets, Santonio Holmes, Tebow Vs Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Two Quarterback System

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