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Kudos to Holmes for his honesty about Jets offense Dan Leberfeld

While Santonio Holmes doesn’t like talking to the media, when he does, he’s one of the most candid Jets’ players.

There isn’t much of a filter with him.

When asked about the struggles of the Jets’ passing game this summer, he gave the most honest answer we have heard from anybody all summer.

“There is a learning curve for us right now, (with us) having a new offense thrown at us and the things that Coach Sparano is expecting from us,” Holmes said. “We have to get better as a group. We have to play better all around, especially with our receivers. We have to be a lot more physical than what we have been showing. It doesn’t show up as much in the games, but as far as film work has been going it has not been good for our group in particular.”