Santonio Holmes is lining up at different receiver spots.
Although Holmes thrived in Pittsburgh as the "X" receiver, Schottenheimer has already started teaching him some of the finer points of playing the flanker, or "Z" receiver (lined up off the line of scrimmage wide on the tight end/strong side), and in the slot as the "Y" receiver.
Schottenheimer pulled Holmes aside during Thursday’s OTA session to give him a tutorial on playing the "Y" receiver, a position that requires a better grasp of the full playbook.
I think no matter where Holmes lines up, the Jets create matchup problems for any secondary. Somebody's number three corner is going to have to play either Holmes, Cotchery, or Edwards. There aren't many teams that have depth like Revis, Cromartie, and Wilson.