Kickers are people, too. For a team that has a dearth of offensive weaponry, a good kicker will be invaluable. Veteran Cairo Santos should have a sizeable advantage over undrafted rookie Taylor Bertolet, but you never truly know with kickers. Heck, Chandler Catanzaro bolted for Tampa in free agency because he hated kicking in the cold. So, you never know. Santos, who has 107 career field-goal attempts in 53 games, only signed a one-year, $2 million deal with a $500,000 signing bonus, so it’s not as if the Jets would have any problem cutting him if he underperformed this summer. Bertolet went to Texas A&M, but he’s from Reading, Pa, so the cold weather won’t scare him.