The New York Jets are taking on the Cleveland Browns this weekend. Neither team can make the playoffs so there isn’t much but bragging rights. Jets tight end Kellen Winslow things he is the key to beating the Browns on Sunday.
“Really, they can’t guard me,” Winslow told Jane McManus of ESPNNewYork.com. “That’s how I feel, and I can’t be guarded, you know? . . . .
“Who’s going to guard me over there? Nobody. That’s how I feel and that’s how I play the game. That’s how you gotta play the game. You’ve just got to play the game and that’s all.”
Winslow has been tearing through defenses who can’t guard him collecting 27 catches for 319 yards and two touchdowns. Those 27 catches are the third highest total on the team. The yardage total is sixth on the team but the two touchdowns rank third on the team as well
“[W]hen the tape’s turned on, I feel good about what I put on tape,” Winslow said. “Because nobody cares about practice really, it’s all about the game on what’s on tape. Dealing with politics, this and that, just the game of the game, it’s all about Sunday and what you put on tape, and that’s what they can go back to.”