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    If you gave these guys the ball on any given play, there was a good chance they could score from anywhere on the field.

    Santana Moss in '03 - '04
    Laverneus Coles in '02 & '06
    Leon Washington in '06-'09

    That's about it for this century so far.

    The last All-Pro WR was Keyshawn, but not a playmaker, more of a gamer. Same goes for Martin, Thomas Jones, Cotchery, & Chrebet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe W. Namath View Post
    Keyshawn was pur last elite offensive weapon. Well.... Curtis martin too.
    Exactly right there Joe willie

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    Thomas Jones gets no love. The guy practically carried the offense during the Sanchez era. 1119, 1312, 1402 rushing yards as a Jet. Pretty darn good.

    edit: oops didnt see "drafted".

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    Holmes was a play maker in 2010. He won the games in Detroit and Cleveland, and that's just off the top of my head

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby2times View Post
    Thomas Jones gets no love. The guy practically carried the offense during the Sanchez era. 1119, 1312, 1402 rushing yards as a Jet. Pretty darn good.

    edit: oops didnt see "drafted".
    It didn't stop the Martinette's.. BTW TJ avg more TD's yearly in his time with the Jets on a lot less carries then the compiler..

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    Just bought my official Jets jersey online today. The name and number on the back were not of an offensive player.

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    WHAT A THROW BY SANCHEZ!!!

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    Curtis Martin, Thomas Jones

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    Have to go with Santonio Holmes healthy when he first came to the team. He made so many clutch game winning plays for us his first 2 seasons with the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRONX JET View Post
    Holmes was a play maker in 2010. He won the games in Detroit and Cleveland, and that's just off the top of my head
    He won 4 consecutive games in a row. Detroit, Cleveland, Houston, and Denver. He also had the game sealing TD catch against the Pats in the playoffs and the momentum changing catch against the Steelers in the AFC that got our comeback started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby2times View Post
    Thomas Jones gets no love. The guy practically carried the offense during the Sanchez era. 1119, 1312, 1402 rushing yards as a Jet. Pretty darn good.

    edit: oops didnt see "drafted".
    Even if he was drafted it wouldn't matter. He was an avg RB with an ELITE OLine. A top 5 RB would have ran for over 2,000 yards behind that OLine.

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    Leon Washington was the last scary player on offense that we had. Shame his wife had to be a ***** and he never really recovered from that massive injury.

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    Holmes is a playmaker when he's the #2/#3 option. But he can't be a #1....he disappears for long periods of time in between the game-changing plays

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    The one and only playmaker the JETS have ever had my man Curtis "The Great" Martin. Truely a great and first class ball player

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.E.T.Sfan4life View Post
    The one and only playmaker the JETS have ever had my man Curtis "The Great" Martin. Truely a great and first class ball player


    Wesley Walker says GTFO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shea319now314 View Post
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    that's my vote too...that's a playmaker, a guy that can break a game open at any time. The Jets never had another player in this category imho, they've had good to great offensive players, but none that were the type of guy to immediately change a game.

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