SHOULD THE JETS RE-SIGN ROBBY ANDERSON?

A few weeks after the Jets were shopping Robby Anderson at the trade deadline, the powers that be might want to think long and hard about re-signing him. The speedy wide receiver's late-season surge has certainly gotten Adam Gase's attention. Anderson has been more productive in the past four games...

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