Wh the Jets Need WR Jabar Gaffney

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Here is some video on Gaffney:

Jabar is a big target, at 6’2″, 200 pounds.

Gaffney is 31, but he is coming off a career year, with 68 catches for 947 yards and 5 TDs. He has got great hands, and gets good separation from the defender. He’s got good speed in the open field as well, he can make a guys miss after the catch.

He’s also going into his eleventh season, and don’t diminish the importance of this, especially with the crop of receivers that the Jets have. Other than Santonio Holmes, the Jets don’t have an experienced wide receiver on the roster. Tony Sparano always talks about the importance of his passing game, despite the Ground and Pound system. Setting up a scenario where you have to count on Stephen Hill and Chaz Schilens is not setting the team up for success. These guys MAY very well have big seasons, but you set it up where they HAVE to have big seasons. You need another proven receiver in this bunch. His experience and consistency would be an asset to Mark Sanchez.

Finally, Gaffney was a member of the Patriots. In the quest to overtake the Pats for the division title, it never hurts to bring in someone from the enemy locker room to get a little bit of intel. They have done it to us quite a bit, we can return the favor.

All kidding aside, the Jets need another weapon on the outside. They are inexperienced, and Gaffney is experienced. He is talented, and is coming off of a career season.

It’s your move Tannenbaum. If you care about this offense, give his agent a call.

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  • russ51

    Unless Jabar can play QB, it’s not gonna help much.

  • russ51

    Unless Jabar can play QB, it won’t help much.

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