Jets Q&A: Jeremy Kerley was Jets' best quarterback

Jeremy Kerley of the Jets leaps for and

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Jeremy Kerley of the Jets leaps for and misses a Mark Sanchez pass in the second quarter. (Nov. 22, 2012) (Credit: David Pokress)

Will there now be a four-way quarterback controversy?

Jeremy Kerley dusted off his high school quarterbacking skills and showed Jets fans how good the Wildcat can be under offensive coordinator Tony Sparano. The slot receiver took a direct snap in the first quarter and lofted a sky-high pass downfield to Clyde Gates for a 42-yard gain to the 11-yard line, setting up a touchdown.


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