While Chad Pennington did lead the Jets on an eight-play, 65-yard drive on the Jets first possession, there are two things to consider.
September 2, 2005
Can anyone remember when the last time a tight end really made a difference in the New York Jets offense? The early returns say this may be that year.
One of the new toys New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington will have this year is tight end Doug Jolley, acquired from the Oakland Raiders this offseason.
One story in a series looking at the Oakland Raiders, who arrive for training camp in Napa, CA, on July 29, by position. Today – here's a look at tight ends: