Why Jamison Crowder believes he still hasn't peaked in Jets' offense

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Why Jamison Crowder believes he still hasn't peaked in Jets' offense
Why Jamison Crowder believes he still hasn't peaked in Jets' offense

Jamison Crowder has quickly become the Jets' most effective weapon in the passing game. Crowder, who is in his first season with the team, leads the way with 48 catches for 483 yards. Both of those are team-highs. He also has two receiving touchdowns, which ranks second on the roster. That said, Crowder believes he's still deep in the learning process, adapting to head coach Adam Gase's offense. Ahead of his return to Washington – where he spent the last four seasons – Crowder sat down with NJ Advance Media to discuss his transition, Gase's offense and his old stomping grounds: How important is that sense of stability as a player? “It's nice. I mean, it's a thing I'm just expecting as a unit

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