Jets' Edwards unhappy with team's playcalling
INDIANAPOLIS - Braylon Edwards wasn't happy. After beating fill-in CB Jacob Lacey for an 80-yard touchdown in the second quarter, Edwards saw only three more passes thrown his way in Sunday's 30-17 AFC title loss to the Colts.
Edwards said, "We didn't have the same attitude" in the second half. "Take that for what it is."
Asked if he felt under-utilized, Edwards said, "I don't know. You have to interview the players and coaches. It just wasn't the same."
Was he upset with the play-calling?
"No disrespect, but you witnessed the game," Edwards said.
Edwards (two catches for 100 yards, one drop) felt he was consistently beating Lacey in single coverage. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said he called "a number of" deep balls, but he claimed the Colts used a split-safety look on downs they didn't expect.
"I don't call the plays," Edwards said. "I just run them."