...although they may need to literally dodge some bullets with Plaxico. I was not really concerned with the Jets being close to Asomugha, as I thought he would just cripple their ability to sign other players; nor am a I worried about Burress, as I see him as an Edwards replacement worst-case scenario. However, I think the Jets really let go of a good potential signing by losing out on Todd Heap today. Heap would have given them the ability to run 2-TE sets, and you can be that Tannenbaum would be copying the Pats gameplans, as well as putting Heap-Keller in practice every day to prepare for it. Heap has great hands and athleticism; I saw about six Ravens game last year, and I thought he was really the key to that offense. I'm shocked they let him go. Keller-Heap would have been a huge headache to defend, as the Pats don't really have the personnel to shut that down (not many teams do.) This is the first time this offseason a potential signing from a rival has made me quiver a bit. When I heard they were bringing him in, I though we could be in trouble. Considering Heap's contract was only about as much as Plaxico's, in my opinion, the Jets would have made a much bigger impact with Heap, although they would have had to forego the sizzling headlines and attention that comes along with signing a felon away from a city rival. If Burress is the best the Jets get at WR, then I can confidently say the Patriots' 3rd WR is better than the Jets 2nd WR, and if Hernandez lines up in 4 WR sets, then you could go even further.