The blocked punt was Josh Bush's blown assignment in protection.
Why is everyone so sure that just because Tebow ran the read option in Denver that he's going to do the same here? Regardless of what he did in Denver, he is still a very nice fit for Sparano's Wildcat and what we ran here with Leon and Brad Smith.@MikeTanier
Jets media are not allowed to Tweet about the Wildcat at the Jets closed practice today, but I can, because I am not there at all.
@MikeTanier Make sure to misidentify the read option plays as Wildcats over and over.
I'm sure there will be elements of both, but everyone seems to come up with some pre-conceived idea of how this offense will run and stick with it, despite the fact that we haven't seen anything to substantiate what will happen.
And even when we get our first look at what is installed, that hardly means that its the final word on how this offense will run. Tebow wasn't the starting QB at the beginning of the season in Denver last year. Somehow, that offense evolved over time. Likewise, when Sparano installed the Wildcat against the Pats for the first time several years ago, it really wasn't seen beforehand. I'm sure the teams had practiced those sets since the preseason, but they weren't the crux of the offense. Whilst I'm sure the team will be practicing certain base plays that they will rely on, the playbook, as it relates to Tebow, isn't written in stone just yet.
And with respect to the Wildcat vs. Read/Option....Sparano and Ryan both have referred to the Wildcat in several interviews. So, either they don't appreciate/care about the difference, or there will be at least some Wildcat (Single Wing) formations.
1. If Tebow is the qb is is not a wildcat but the option.
2. If tebow is on the field as a rb in either a 1 back or a two back set, he will
3. If he comes in the game, when he subs the defense will sub.
--- what might work if sanchez play actions to tebow and the does a qb keeper.
Folk is going to win the kicking job again at this rate.
Having offensive packages specifically designed for Tebow can only be a good thing since Mike McCoy admitted he had no experience in single wing, read-options, shuffle options, etc... and how they're supposed to be used. He started watching college football for ideas midseason.
The thing that stands out at every practice and really should worry us all. The fact that regardless of who is in at QB, the are sacked way too much.
This has a negative affect on the d too. They are practicing against and having success against our crappy o line and receivers. When they go against another teams they get zero pressure and can't cover.