Wonder if holmes is hoping a second opinion will get him out of playing the rest of the season?FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The New York Jets still don't have a diagnosis of Santonio Holmes' foot injury, but they expect their top wide receiver to miss multiple games.
Coach Rex Ryan confirmed Monday that X-rays of Holmes' left foot, taken Sunday at MetLife Stadium, were negative. Holmes underwent an MRI exam Monday morning, but Ryan claimed they didn't have the results, saying they were "shipped to different places."
Holmes is likely seeking a second opinion. Ryan said doctors haven't determined whether it's muscle or ligament damage. Doctors ruled out an Achilles tendon injury.
Wonder if rex is taking a copy of those foot photos home with him to study?
The way holmes tossed that football looked like he didn't care about the game, i know he was in pain but it looked odd.
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Holmes gave himself up, the play should have been whistled dead
Man the Jets are EFFED
They blew that replay review as well as the Epps fumble on the Tebow pass. That's not why we lost but they were horrific calls.
You don't know what your talking about, a player can give themselves up to avoid the hit, but the play isn't dead until the defense touches him, at which point he had already thrown a live ball into the hands of the defender. Looks like the Jets will be drafting a new QB this year.Originally Posted by nyjunc;1064442903[B
http://static.nfl.com/static/content...all_Scrimm.pdfSection 2 Dead Ball
Article 1: Dead Ball Declared.
(e) when a runner is out of bounds, or declares himself down by falling to the ground, or kneeling, and
making no effort to advance;
did he make any effort to advance the ball? and effort to get up? No, it was a bad call. this did not cost us the game, we were losing anyway but it was a bad call.