View Poll Results: should santonio holmes be cut?

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Thread: SHOULD HOLMES BE CUT?

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    SHOULD HOLMES BE CUT?

    After today and the season on the hole would it be in jets best interest to cut ties w him? dont think his contract his tradeable..

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    Can't afford the cap hit...wish we could.

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    [QUOTE=NYJ0815;4303672]Can't afford the cap hit...wish we could.[/QUOTE]

    Plus, since he excelled when he had BRAYLON on the other side, I think getting him back along with a new OC(Norv Turner?) could make him useful again...

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    [QUOTE=NYJ0815;4303672]Can't afford the cap hit...wish we could.[/QUOTE]

    how much of a hit is it? sometimes it might still be worth it..even if we take a step back...tough call mr.t will have to eat alot of crow if he did cut him..remember hes a violation away from 1 year suspension so based on that its not as hard a decision to cut him

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    Didn't he get a ridiculous $28 million in guarantees? That alone would make him uncuttable.

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    Good question: What is Holmes value as a Jet, compared to his value as trade fodder?

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    Just set him up.... Have some guys get him some pot and then fail a test. He gets suspended for a year and we don't pay him squat.... (just guessing we have this clause in his contract...)

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    I dont want him cut....TOO MUCH DEAD MONEY


    I wouldn't be opposed to a trade however.....

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    [QUOTE=Conkboy;4303717]Just set him up.... Have some guys get him some pot and then fail a test. He gets suspended for a year and we don't pay him squat.... (just guessing we have this clause in his contract...)[/QUOTE]

    That would be terrific. :P


    But do that only if we get Braylon back. ;)

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    [QUOTE=WestCoastOffensive;4303715]Good question: What is Holmes value as a Jet, compared to his value as trade fodder?[/QUOTE]

    I'm no football expert, but I'm guessing besides his lazy route running, dropped balls, lousy diva attitude, ridiculous contract, and his drug history, that the fact that he quit on his team with a pivotal game that was still winnable with the playoffs on the line, that his trade value took a bit of a hit today.
    Last edited by GronkWelkhead; 01-01-2012 at 08:02 PM.

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    [QUOTE=GronkWelkhead;4303757]I'm no football expert, but I'm guess besides his lazy route running, dropped balls, lousy diva attitude, ridiculous contract, and his drug history, that the fact that he quit on his team with a pivotal game that was still winnable with the playoffs on the line, that his trade value took a bit of a hit today.[/QUOTE]

    +1

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    [QUOTE=GronkWelkhead;4303757]I'm no football expert, but I'm guess besides his lazy route running, dropped balls, lousy diva attitude, ridiculous contract, and his drug history, that the fact that he quit on his team with a pivotal game that was still winnable with the playoffs on the line, that his trade value took a bit of a hit today.[/QUOTE]

    yeah, I saw your post coming. How many Magic Beans are needed for a hi draft pick?

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    [QUOTE=WestCoastOffensive;4303773]yeah, I saw your post coming. How many Magic Beans are needed for a hi draft pick?[/QUOTE]

    Hey, if you're just gonna throw me soft balls right over the plate......

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    [QUOTE=GronkWelkhead;4303757]I'm no football expert, but I'm guessing besides his lazy route running, dropped balls, lousy diva attitude, ridiculous contract, and his drug history, that the fact that he quit on his team with a pivotal game that was still winnable with the playoffs on the line, that his trade value took a bit of a hit today.[/QUOTE]

    This is a Holmes thread why bring up Randy Moss? :huh:

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    honestly after today im saying yes....and i think hes a pretty good player but the **** he pulled today was retarded...and then blaming patrick turner and his coaches...

    C'MON MAN!

    try to trade him first and let Cappy handle the rest.

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    [QUOTE=GronkWelkhead;4303794]Hey, if you're just gonna throw me soft balls right over the plate......[/QUOTE]

    You haven't answered my question. :)

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    He gets no seperation downfield but he is a good possession WR. He should not be cut just like Rex should not be cut. The jets need a DEEPTHREAT BAD.. [B]Braylon and a fast WR like HILTON should help alot[/B]. Heard someone mention WR TY HILTON the other day. The depth chart should look like......

    Holmes
    Edwards - 2nd time around
    Kerley
    [B]Hilton - DRAFT PICK[/B]
    Turner

    TE's

    Keller
    Baker
    [B]DRAFT PICK[/B]

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    But...what about Downfield Matthew Mulligan?

    He has swagger. :yes:

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    Until we find out what really happened I cant render a decision. I heard Greene was also hollaring at someone. Someone here said weeks ago Rex lost this team. He certainly did.

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    [QUOTE=jeT.MAC;4303840][B]Braylon and a fast WR like HILTON should help alot[/B]. Heard someone mention WR TY HILTON the other day. The depth chart should look like......

    Holmes
    Edwards - 2nd time around
    Kerley
    [B]Hilton - DRAFT PICK[/B]
    Turner

    [/QUOTE]

    What makes you think that:

    1. He wants to return.

    2. He is the same Braylon after getting scratched by SF over and over again?

    Well if you heard someone mention Hilton, we have to draft him.

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