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    Support for Brian Schottenheimer from the Times

    The Fifth Down - The New York Times N.F.L. Blog

    April 14, 2011

    2010 Jets: What the Film Revealed

    By ANDY BENOIT

    Jets fans may not want to hear this, but they should enjoy Brian Schottenheimer while he’s around; the man won’t be an offensive coordinator for long. The Jets were one of the most schematically balanced, well-prepared offenses in football last season. Their slump around the holidays was largely a product of Mark Sanchez falling out of his comfort zone. The subtle decline of the rushing attack was also a factor.

    But those hiccups must not distract from the bigger picture. The Jets were able to sustain long drives despite the fact that Sanchez was still a work in progress. Sanchez read coverages better in 2010 but was still too disrupted by the pass rush.

    A decent one-two punch at running back (only decent because LaDainian Tomlinson slowed a little as the season progressed and bruiser Shonn Greene always left you wanting a little more) and a deep receiving corps certainly helped, but what really carried the Jets was the offensive line. Because center Nick Mangold could dominate weaker nose tackles and single-handedly fight the elite ones to a stalemate, the rest of the front five fully functioned as one unit. In that sense, this was the best offensive line in football.

    Defense

    This wasn’t the blitzing unit you’d expect. Rex Ryan often kept things simple and relied on outstanding press coverage from his corners and read-and-react proficiency from his safeties and linebackers. The statistics say this more docile approach worked, but the film showed that this D didn’t generate enough game-changing plays (turnovers, sacks and big hits). Big plays can be hard to come by when you don’t have a dominant pass rusher.

    The loss of Jim Leonhard late in the year disrupted the sub-packages. Leonhard had been a great roving run defender and versatile slot corner. Without him, offenses were more eager to spread the field and attack. As far as the run defense goes, inside linebackers Bart Scott and David Harris lived up to the lofty standards they’ve set over the years, but not by much. Nose tackle Sione Pouha was a clogger but not much more.

    Myth Buster

    Antonio Cromartie is not worth re-signing

    Cromartie critics (including yours truly) carp about his shoddy tackling and poor technique in zone coverage. But last season the Jets adjusted their scheme by playing more man coverage, where Cromartie, a lanky 6-foot-2 wonder-athlete, thrives. He proved capable of shadowing some of the best deep threats in the game.

    If the Jets want to find a more coachable, versatile corner to play opposite the near-perfect Darrelle Revis, fine. But if they can sign Cromartie to a reasonable contract, they’ll have by far the best man-defending cornerback tandem in football.

    Something Positive

    Left guard Matt Slauson was supposed to be the weak spot up front. He wasn’t. The Jets’ offensive line didn’t have a weak spot. Slauson struggled a bit early in the season (penalties, tunnel vision against moving targets, mediocre lateral agility in pass protection) but improved consistently over time. His mobility in the run game took a noticeable leap, muting the loss of Alan Faneca.

    Andy Benoit is the founder of NFLTouchdown.com and a writer for the CBSSports.com Eye on Football blog

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    What does he need support for? His job isn't in danger.

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    Dear Editor

    How many Jets Season Tickets does Andy Benoit hold?


    Sincerely,

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    ;)

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    yeah, i'm number 3!

    don't know what criteria the clown writer is using but it was plenty apparent that the offense was pretty poor when it counted and cost them a few games. schitty alone cost the ravens game. and what about the oline? think schitty was responsble for that? heck no that was all callahan.

    i hope schitty doesn't let the door hit him on the way out.


    [QUOTE=WestCoastOffensive;4001121]Dear Editor

    How many Jets Season Tickets does Andy Benoit hold?


    Sincerely,

    sourceworx
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    sameoldjets

    et al




    ;)[/QUOTE]

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    [QUOTE=sameoldjets;4001197]yeah, i'm number 3!

    don't know what criteria the clown writer is using but it was plenty apparent that the offense was pretty poor when it counted and cost them a few games. schitty alone cost the ravens game. and what about the oline? think schitty was responsble for that? heck no that was all callahan.

    i hope schitty doesn't let the door hit him on the way out.[/QUOTE]

    Hey, you (guys) have valid points; I was just having fun. That goal line flop in PIT was terrible. Anyway, the writer sets the table to exonerate BS, but fails:

    [QUOTE]In that sense, this was the best offensive line in football.[/QUOTE]

    Not sure how this makes BS look any better, right? :)

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    He will b here for long for 2 reasons:
    1- no one wants this clown as a head coach
    2- no one seems to want to fire the guy

    were f#cked

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    [QUOTE=Gangrene;4001092]The Fifth Down - The New York Times N.F.L. Blog

    April 14, 2011

    2010 Jets: What the Film Revealed

    By ANDY BENOIT

    Jets fans may not want to hear this, but they should enjoy Brian Schottenheimer while he’s around; the man won’t be an offensive coordinator for long. The Jets were one of the most schematically balanced, well-prepared offenses in football last season. Their slump around the holidays was largely a product of Mark Sanchez falling out of his comfort zone. The subtle decline of the rushing attack was also a factor.

    But those hiccups must not distract from the bigger picture. The Jets were able to sustain long drives despite the fact that Sanchez was still a work in progress. Sanchez read coverages better in 2010 but was still too disrupted by the pass rush.

    A decent one-two punch at running back (only decent because LaDainian Tomlinson slowed a little as the season progressed and bruiser Shonn Greene always left you wanting a little more) and a deep receiving corps certainly helped, but what really carried the Jets was the offensive line. Because center Nick Mangold could dominate weaker nose tackles and single-handedly fight the elite ones to a stalemate, the rest of the front five fully functioned as one unit. In that sense, this was the best offensive line in football.

    Defense

    This wasn’t the blitzing unit you’d expect. Rex Ryan often kept things simple and relied on outstanding press coverage from his corners and read-and-react proficiency from his safeties and linebackers. The statistics say this more docile approach worked, but the film showed that this D didn’t generate enough game-changing plays (turnovers, sacks and big hits). Big plays can be hard to come by when you don’t have a dominant pass rusher.

    The loss of Jim Leonhard late in the year disrupted the sub-packages. Leonhard had been a great roving run defender and versatile slot corner. Without him, offenses were more eager to spread the field and attack. As far as the run defense goes, inside linebackers Bart Scott and David Harris lived up to the lofty standards they’ve set over the years, but not by much. Nose tackle Sione Pouha was a clogger but not much more.

    Myth Buster

    Antonio Cromartie is not worth re-signing

    Cromartie critics (including yours truly) carp about his shoddy tackling and poor technique in zone coverage. But last season the Jets adjusted their scheme by playing more man coverage, where Cromartie, a lanky 6-foot-2 wonder-athlete, thrives. He proved capable of shadowing some of the best deep threats in the game.

    If the Jets want to find a more coachable, versatile corner to play opposite the near-perfect Darrelle Revis, fine. But if they can sign Cromartie to a reasonable contract, they’ll have by far the best man-defending cornerback tandem in football.

    Something Positive

    Left guard Matt Slauson was supposed to be the weak spot up front. He wasn’t. The Jets’ offensive line didn’t have a weak spot. Slauson struggled a bit early in the season (penalties, tunnel vision against moving targets, mediocre lateral agility in pass protection) but improved consistently over time. His mobility in the run game took a noticeable leap, muting the loss of Alan Faneca.

    Andy Benoit is the founder of NFLTouchdown.com and a writer for the CBSSports.com Eye on Football blog[/QUOTE]

    Andy Benoit can expect a podium thrown through his living room window around 2 a.m. tonight.

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    [QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;4001220]He will b here for long for 2 reasons:
    1- no one wants this clown as a head coach
    2- no one seems to want to fire the guy

    were f#cked[/QUOTE]

    +1

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    I love Schotty. I think he's the best OC the league has ever seen. All you guys are just jealous haters.

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    A young 1st, then 2nd year QB with only one year of college under his belt and accuracy problems and the Jets make the conf final two years in a row. Schottenheimer occasionally outsmarts himself with play calls but other than that he's done a decent job. When the QB is missing open receivers and receivers are flat out dropping passes or fumbling the oc in these parts gets the blame.

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    [QUOTE=Timmy®;4001224]Andy Benoit can expect a podium thrown through his living room window around 2 a.m. tonight.[/QUOTE]

    :D

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    Mark Sanchez circa 2010

    "This is easy. Schotty you suck"

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    Too many variables prior, no excuses this year. Not to win it all but to display that the Jet O is on the path to do just that, so long as personnel remains in tact.

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    [SIZE="3"]12 posts about Schotty and nothing from sourceworx?????

    A server must have imploded somewhere and he's busy.[/SIZE]

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    [QUOTE=southparkcpa;4001500][SIZE="3"]12 posts about Schotty and nothing from sourceworx?????

    A server must have imploded somewhere and he's busy.[/SIZE][/QUOTE]
    I'll sub in for him:

    Fire Schitty !

    NY Slimes is biased


    :D

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    [QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;4001220]He will b here for long for 2 reasons:
    1- no one wants this clown as a head coach
    [B]2- no one seems to want to fire the guy[/B]
    were f#cked[/QUOTE]

    I think he has secret photos of Woody Johnson being intimate with farm animals.

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    I say burn him at the stake. This team doesn't have a Super Bowl ring over the past 5 years because of this stupid, despicable man. He has NO CLUE how to call plays effectively enough to be a high end offense.

    The Jets gave him EVERYTHING he needed. His first year here they rebuilt the OL, GAVE him a veteran QB, and traded a pick for a stud RB. He did nothing with it. In 2007 he proved he knew nothing about QB play when his handpicked 2nd round stud went bust, winning only 3 of his 7 starts. In 2008 he had his worst season yet as a coach and proved he should have been fired. They gave him a future HOF QB AND traded for a stud, all around TE in the draft. What does he do? Call 23 INT. His playbook is FULL of plays designed for the defense to grab INTs!

    In 2009 the Jets decided that it's time to get serious. They traded up for the most pro ready junior entrant with only 13 college starts in the history of the draft. They added a former top 3 pick superstar stud WR. What does Schotty do? Call 20 INTs for the rookie QB (probably to sabotage him) and embarrassingly call a deep ball to Edwards that was designed as a joke play that hits him in the face. Disgusting.

    Then in 2010 he goes and pulls his biggest act of BS. The Jets trade for yet another stud on offense, former SB MVP and totally not a pothead, Santonio Holmes. What does Pieceoschittenheimer do? He sits Holmes for the first 4 games (sabotage again!) and then sits him for the first few snaps of the most important game of the season! Not only that, but Sanchez didn't even throw for 20 TDs! A true offensive coordinator would have found a way to call 3 more TD plays.

    This guy has been an absolute parasite on this franchise. His offense isn't designed to score and in fact is designed to NOT score. He's a POS. I hate him and he's ruined everything. He's a stupid dooty head. Someone had to say it. I hope he never coaches after this job ever again...it's hard enough for players to make it in the NFL without some jackanape coach sabotaging offensive career after offensive career.
    Last edited by Much ado about Nothing; 04-15-2011 at 10:11 AM.

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    Schoddy has bragged about his scripting of the first 15 offensive plays per game. What is an ongoing characteristic of this team? An inibility to produce points early in games.

    Schoddy went into the AFCCG with the same gameplan that "worked" (and by 'worked', I mean scored a measly 1 TD against a Troy Polumalu-less Pitt D) as their last meeting. This, right after he saw what that type of strategy gets you when the patsies tried it on us. Again, we are unable to even manage a first down early in the game.

    Schoddy's most successful season comes when a HOF QB tells him to shove his overly-complicated bs where the sun don't shine. The Jets go on to rank highest in offensive production as they have during Schoddy's entire tenure.

    Schoddy out-thinks himself time and time again, his own players call him out on it, and yet there are a few dedicated posters around here who just love to give this guy a bj whenever the subject of his gross incompetence raises it's ugly head.

    Get used to it fellas, because as long as Dumfukinheimer is around here, the criticism will stick around with him, because you can't change one undeniable fact: he sucks.

    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOzGcqUSfPY[/url]

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    [QUOTE=Gangrene;4001092]The Fifth Down - The New York Times N.F.L. Blog

    April 14, 2011

    2010 Jets: What the Film Revealed

    By ANDY BENOIT

    Jets fans may not want to hear this, but they should enjoy Brian Schottenheimer while he’s around; the man won’t be an offensive coordinator for long. [B]The Jets were one of the most schematically balanced, well-prepared offenses in football last season.[/B] [/QUOTE]

    I stopped reading at that point. That is the biggest load of horsesh*t I've ever read.

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    [QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;4001220]He will b here for long for 2 reasons:
    1- no one wants this clown as a head coach
    2- no one seems to want to fire the guy

    were f#cked[/QUOTE]

    Precisely.

    Funny how we've been agreeing more as of late, no?

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