Edwards’ first catch as a Jet is a key one

The Jets’ acquisition of WR Braylon Edwards paid early dividends Monday night against the Dolphins.

Edwards caught his first pass as a Jet, going for a 3-yard touchdown in the first quarter to tie the score at 7.

Edwards lined up in the slot to the left, ran an inside slant and found himself in the back of the end zone, pirouetting to get both of his feet in bounds while bringing in the pass from rookie QB Mark Sanchez. It was unknown how many snaps Edwards would play against the Dolphins after he was acquired from the Browns on Oct. 7 and had the benefit of just a handful of practices, but he’s seeing plenty of early action for the Jets.

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