Rex Ryan acknowledged the plan Wednesday, saying last year's strategy under former offensive coordinator Tony Sparano was ill-conceived. The Jets' coach also said he'd like to use*Geno Smith*on read-option plays, claiming he can be a weapon. The news came amid signs that Smith has pulled even or perhaps ahead of*Mark Sanchez*in their quarterback competition.
"He can do more" than Sanchez, said one veteran, speaking on the condition of anonymity.
Does this signal the return of the dreaded Anonymous Player?
The unnamed source is a figment of Ciminis imagination!
These press guys even with the backing of ESPN are dinosaurs.
They have to come up with something that screams from the tops of mountains to even get a looksie from us Internet searching fans.
KRL had a better report from camp!
I mean seriously, we have had Pat Kirwin, Brian Baldinger, every tweeter, numerous fans, tell us that Geno looks to have a better arm,more accurate, & the fact that he's picking up things really quickly, ( from Marty himself), so is it really a stretch for Cimini to just make this up?
It's the new journalism, a bunch of CRAP!