Last week we saw former Jet QB Joe Namath criticize coach Rex Ryan. This week Namath has struck again, but this time bashing Santonio Holmes (who called out Sanchez and the O line after the game,) Vladimir Ducasse, offensive-line coach Bill Callahan and the team's personnel department. Namath said Monday afternoon on ESPN New York 1050's "The Michael Kay Show....

"That was a mistake, it surely was," "For Holmes, as a captain, to go outside, to the media, and start pointing fingers. ... I mean, he's right about the ball getting out late to him (on the interception), and he's right about the offensive line, but that can create a problem in the locker room. ... That divisiveness can bury a team. They've got to correct that right away."

"Right now, it's scary," Namath said of the line. "There's no depth, no quality depth. Putting Ducasse in the game, and moving Slauson over in the game, was a real reach, man. You get to look at these players every day in practice. I know coach Bill Callahan ... is a heck of a coach, but come on, who are we trying to convince that these players are quality?"

"I'm not sure what's going on there," said Namath, continuing his rant. "We picked some poor players and we're not owning up to it. That's what it amounts to. You've got guys on the roster who have been picked and you keep trying to say, 'OK, they're going to work out.' Well, guess what? We tried that with (Vernon) Gholston and it didn't work out.

"You have to (say), 'Hey, I made a bad pick, a bad selection,' and move on. The Jets didn't do that and it's a little late for the season to get it righted."

"There isn't a quarterback playing this game who is going to be big time if he doesn't have help on that line of scrimmage," Namath said. "It starts up front and there's a major problem for the Jets right now going into next week."
Once a Jet basher, always a Jet basher. I bet Rex loves him.
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