"The numbers speak for themselves about how well they're not playing," the wide receiver told reporters Wednesday, via ESPN New York.
"Joe Namath doesn't work for the New York Jets," Holmes said. "He doesn't coach here. He doesn't have anything positive to say about us. We can't feed into what he talks about on the outside to the media."
"Moving forward, that won't happen," Sanchez said. "We've talked about it, and those individual improvements and stuff, that happens on a personal level. You go with your coaches, and you go through your reads, and I'm going to get better. That kind of stuff doesn't go past this locker room."
In review: Outside of Holmes' preternatural ability to produce bulletin-board fodder, the Jets -- for once -- are keeping a lid on it. Whether or not they can stick to it, we'll see. Highly peculiar behavior from the men in green.