Under One's Nose

Brian Hartline, in his fourth NFL season, has never really been given much of a chance to show what he could do. Hartline was a quick study as a rookie and showed some flashes since then. Between Brandon Marshall demanding every pass be thrown in his direction, QBs favoring Davone Bess, and Hartline's numerous injuries, he has often been overlooked. I've seen great potential in his ability from the outset. Excellent speed (no, he's not Clyde Gates), great hands, and elite quickness have made him very difficult to guard. Hartline has been a clutch performer and almost sure thing on third down. The greatest thing to happen to his game was the trading of Marshall. I, for one, am looking forward to how the Jets' two excellent cornerbacks (Revis, Cromartie) plan to stop him. I bet they won't be able to do so.