Here is a statement from Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum regarding how he feels about QB Kellen Clemens -
"Like a lot of young players, there are going to be some ups and downs," said Tannenbaum. "There are reasons to be encouraged - some of the two-minute drives that he led. You look at the Miami game, obviously they didn't have the year that they hoped, but they are still a good defense and he went down there and played well. The two-minute drive against Washington, I thought he did a nice job with. Playing at Baltimore, some of the plays he made in the fourth quarter in their home opener against a good defense. There are some things he's going to do even better.
"Kellen's a great worker, and I expect him to work hard in the offseason. Over the next few months of our offseason program, the OTA's, minicamp and training camp, we'll see where he is."
The only problem with evaluating his off-season work is that there is no live pass rush, and a big problem he displayed was dealing with pressure.