When it comes to filling a need, Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum is as aggressive as any general manager in pro football. Since April's draft when Gang Green selected Mark Sanchez with the fifth overall pick, there was a glaring need for the Jets to get the young USC product a lethal weapon to whomáto throw. Sure, he had Jerricho Cotchery on the squad, and Cotchery is having a brilliant year for Gang Green, leading the team with 23 receptions for 356 yards and a touchdown. He has been Sanchez's go-to-guy on slant routes and go-routes down the sideline; however, in last week's dreadful performance in New Orleans, it was clear that the Jets were still missing something. That something was a big threat receiver,a big name that could force opponents to put an extra man into coverage, the kind of name ...
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