Second-year wide receiver Jeremy Kerley is taking advantage of the opportunities created by the season-ending foot injury suffered by Santonio Holmes. Kerley leads New York in receptions (30), yards (478) and per-catch average (15.9). Kerley also has expanded his game beyond the slot role he was expected to play in 2012. Unpleasant:
Nobody could have predicted the injuries that would cost New York the services of Holmes and the NFL’s best cornerback (Darrelle Revis). But the inability to successfully incorporate Tim Tebow into the offense is self-inflicted. I’m not saying a two-quarterback system with Tebow and Mark Sanchez could work. But to trade a fourth-round pick to Denver for Tebow and spend so much time working on gimmick packages during the preseason with so little to show thus far is a major failing of both the team’s front office and new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano. - Alex Marvez
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