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    Play Clock

    Aside from Sanchez being beyond abysmal, is there any particular reason we can never snap the ball before there is 1 second left on the play clock? It leaves little mystery to the opponent's D line as to when its going to be snapped when the clock is under 1 second

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    Agreed. The first game of the season we were snapping the ball with 15 seconds left on the clock. Now, we don't even have the first play of the drive ready after a kickoff return. Absolutely ridiculous.

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    Not to mention the inevitable personnel confusion, which happens about once a quarter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie bell View Post
    Aside from Sanchez being beyond abysmal, is there any particular reason we can never snap the ball before there is 1 second left on the play clock? It leaves little mystery to the opponent's D line as to when its going to be snapped when the clock is under 1 second
    Its called confusion on offense.

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    That is a Rex Ryan thing... He wants to control the clock and rest his vaunted defense... Ball control and Time of Possession is how he thinks of offense... It has hurt the Jets because it actually allows teams to tee off on our OL... So much of our coaching puts our offense in an almost impossible position to succeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie bell View Post
    Aside from Sanchez being beyond abysmal, is there any particular reason we can never snap the ball before there is 1 second left on the play clock? It leaves little mystery to the opponent's D line as to when its going to be snapped when the clock is under 1 second
    It's called coordination which takes a coordinator to coordinate. Something we are missing dearly on offense. Is it just me or does Sporano remind you and look a little bit like Kotite????? God help us!!!

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