Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot
It goes against Rex's philosophy of ball and clock control. But there's no denying the fact that Sanchez does seem to get into a rhythm when he's in a hurry-up.
I'm one of several people who have been asking for more of this for a couple of years. This style of offense is the way of the future and we're only going to see more of it from other teams.
The last time I can remember the Jets running the hurry up (when it was not needed) was two years ago in Foxboro when they got blown out 45-3. That experiment was an unmitigated disaster.