Santonio Holmes Needs to Watch What he Says in the Media

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This was not an admission. This was him saying what he was supposed to say, so he sounded good. A decent admission would have been him admitting to not being a good teammate, nor representing the “C” he had on his jersey. The appropriate reaction would have been to say that it was all on him, and that he was wrong. Not saying that he didn’t “say the things that were asked of me to say”. That is basically saying, “Yeah I was a problem because I didn’t follow the company line”.

To be a leader, you have to act like a leader in all phases.

Santonio is stepping up on the field and being a leader. If the Jets are winning, all will be forgotten.

If not, we could have a rerun of last year, and the evidence is in those comments that Holmes made.

With the media, Santonio needs to be more careful with what he says. But yet, he goes on.

He just doesn’t get it.

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Topics: 2011 Ny Jets, Alan Schechter, Holmes Not Taking Blame, Holmes With Media, Ladainian Tomlinson, NY Jets, Santonio Holmes, Santonio Meltown

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