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    First of all one bad PRESEASON game does not tell the story of Wayne Hunter..

    Wayne Hunter will be fine.

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    Also on 3rd and Long Tebow will help on pass protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loser24yearoldJetFan View Post
    First of all one bad PRESEASON game does not tell the story of Wayne Hunter..

    Wayne Hunter will be fine.
    Quote Originally Posted by Loser24yearoldJetFan View Post
    Also on 3rd and Long Tebow will help on pass protection.
    Stop it Tanny! You're killing me!

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    I like the optimism, but there are some facts that get in the way.

    Fact 1: Out of 11 starting offensive players, one, maybe two are elite at their positions. Nick Mangold, no one, even a died in the wool Pats fan, debates this one. The second MAYBE Santonio Holmes but based on last seasons performance one can eliminate him. There just is not another player on the Jets Offense that falls in the elite category.

    Fact 2: An NFL offense, probably more than any other team unit in a sport, relies on coordination and team work to execute an offensive play. Even the simplest of plays require timing and integration amongst its players. With only 1 elite player, it is impossible to expect the unit to be elite. Just not enough talent. Just not gonna happen. And the most important person, QB is not elite on our team.

    Even Tom Brady has 1 or 2 elite targets, Gronk and Welker.

    With average talent we will have average performance. It's that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loser24yearoldJetFan View Post
    Sick of hearing how bad our offense is. Does anyone not comprehend that Tony Sparano and Rex Ryan are installing a revolutionary offense that will take some time to master?

    The two QB system works! Period. My college--Northwestern University used it last year, and had the 3rd most yards in the Big 10. With this system oline isn't even that important.

    Just watch! Go Jets
    I really hope you are being sarcastic! Because if you are not please turn in your green and white jersey and become another fan!!! First off what ever worked in college WILL NOT WORK in the NFL! The players are too fast, too big, and too experience for any kind of hokus pokus plays! The wildcat is dead! Once the the defense coord. figured it out less and less people used it. It might get them a few yards here or there but to base a whole offensive game plan on it you are done! And a two QB system doesn't work and why? Very simple you cannot get a rythem with the offense especially when you have two very different QBs!!! And to have a swinging gate at Right tackle with someone in the backfield every play you will not be able to run, throw or run the wildcat even! Fix the biggest problem first RIGHT TACKLE then see what else you can do once that hole is plugged!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big L View Post
    You know what's better than a 2 QB system?

    A 3 QB system.

    Just wait.

    Trust me.
    Wait a minute; I thought we were going with the 3 different "1-QB" offenses?


    And what about the half-back...can we squeeze him in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM3 View Post
    Wasnt jacktheripper a punter on northwestern?
    Are you taking a bow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarjet View Post
    I like the optimism, but there are some facts that get in the way.

    Fact 1: Out of 11 starting offensive players, one, maybe two are elite at their positions. Nick Mangold, no one, even a died in the wool Pats fan, debates this one. The second MAYBE Santonio Holmes but based on last seasons performance one can eliminate him. There just is not another player on the Jets Offense that falls in the elite category.

    Fact 2: An NFL offense, probably more than any other team unit in a sport, relies on coordination and team work to execute an offensive play. Even the simplest of plays require timing and integration amongst its players. With only 1 elite player, it is impossible to expect the unit to be elite. Just not enough talent. Just not gonna happen. And the most important person, QB is not elite on our team.

    Even Tom Brady has 1 or 2 elite targets, Gronk and Welker.

    With average talent we will have average performance. It's that simple.
    You validated his post with a real response?

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    You validated his post with a real response?
    Sorry... was being polite....Don't know what got into me..

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    If the offense can't execute the plays try will fail. Vanilla or regular season, the offense needs to execute as a unit. So far they haven't done that.

    If they can't execute a simple "vanilla" play, how can we expect them to execute on the more difficult plays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetman67 View Post
    If the offense can't execute the plays try will fail. Vanilla or regular season, the offense needs to execute as a unit. So far they haven't done that.

    If they can't execute a simple "vanilla" play, how can we expect them to execute on the more difficult plays?
    What r you talking about? How did the not "execute plays"? Sanchez would have completed 80% of his passes this preseason if it wasn't for a few drops.

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    Executing is something the entire unit does including the receivers.

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