Michael Perez, Associated Press
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes (10) loses control of the ball as he is hit by Philadelphia Eagles middle linebacker Casey Matthews (50) and strong safety Kurt Coleman (42) in the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011 in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Juqua Parker picked up the fumble and ran for a touchdown.

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Santonio Holmes thinks he and the New York Jets could be in for a big day against the Giants' secondary.

The Jets wide receiver says Wednesday that the Giants' defensive backs have "given up big plays" and "they are poor tackling guys." The Giants are ranked 29th in the NFL against the pass, something Holmes believes the Jets need to take advantage of Saturday.

"We know plays can be made over their heads," Holmes says.

Holmes says he "could care less" that Giants cornerback Corey Webster is having a solid year, and hopes "he's ready to bring his 'A' game."

Holmes had a rough game in the 45-19 loss at Philadelphia with two turnovers that led to scores and a touchdown celebration that resulted in a taunting penalty.