Jets offense needs to capitalize

Florham Park, NJ — It is predicted to  be a b-e-a-utiful next couple of days in the tri-state area, weather wise, but for the New York Jets they seem to be carrying a dark cloud over their head where ever they turn. The hovering pressure is looming over their offense and how it has been coming along so far this season but can it change this upcoming Sunday against the Patriots,whose defense seems to be on their heels.

Play calling is going to be key this Sunday from Brian Schottenheimer. The offense in a whole must read the Patriots defense early and exploit their weaknesses. (JetsInsider.com Photo)

QB Mark Sanchez, like some other players, is paying no mind to how they will move the ball this week, he is just focused on winning the game, no matter how it has to be done.

“We need to win, whatever it takes. I’ve said this since day one.” Sanchez said, ”We can throw it 50 times or five times, and when we throw it, I need to complete the ball, and when we run it, we need to get positive yards (and) we need to win the game, so whatever it takes.”

Center Nick Mangold agrees with this plan. Just win baby win.

“We are (going to do whatever it takes) to win the game.” Magold said, ”Whether it’s run the ball 60 times or pass the ball 60 times, I don’t care what we do. We want to go out there and win. Whatever it takes to do that, that’s what we’re going to do.”

The Patriots defense through their first four games of the season has given up 435 rushing yards (91 ypg). So if it is any week for the Jets to have a sort of a break out game by running the ball it might be this one. Sanchez knows about the numbers they have given up but realizes that means nothing. Him, along with his teammates still have to execute when certain plays are called.

“It’s my job to put us in the right play. It’s the offensive line’s job to create holes and the running back’s job to find the hole and get through there.” Sanchez said, ”We’re going to do our best to get back on track run-wise, but at the end of the day, we want to win the game, so whatever that means, whether running it or throwing it, we need to be able to do both.”

The blame for the woes on offense falls on the enitre team as well as the coaches, yes, but the offensive line is the foundation to the house, the engine to the car, the ying to the yang, ok I think you get the jist. The poor performance week in and week out from the offensive line has been effecting the way the team is moving the ball. Once again it goes back to executing in all ways possible and you will succeed.

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