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yolli71
10-29-2012, 11:20 AM
1. The run-run-pass predictable offense they were running that we were so used to seeing here prior to this season. Thank God we don't have to watch that on a weekly basis anymore.
2. The complete lack of urgency Sparano displayed in the 2nd half. The Fins were up big and the Jets were still running the ball and using most of the clock before snapping the ball...unbelievable. Reminds me of the Chad Henne/Dan Henning days.
3. Sanchez may even be more inaccurate than Henne....lots of throws where he misses his man....especially under duress. He also seems to make big mistakes (turnovers) when he's under serious pressure.

coalesce
10-29-2012, 11:22 AM
It also doesn't help that Sanchez's line is not blocking well, and when they are, he holds on to the ball too long, as evidenced by the Jerry Wilson sack from his blind side in the first half.

Michael

oasis
10-29-2012, 11:27 AM
The Jets hiring Tony Sparano as their OC was probably their biggest mistake this offseason, followed CLOSELY by bringing in Tebow to run a few tricky plays. Although I had a few completely delusional moments where I feared Sparano taking revenge on us by being successful in Jersey, all reason and logic dictated that the Jets offense would be abysmal beyond belief.

Milk Man
10-29-2012, 11:30 AM
I hate to admit to this as I liked Sparano and our players may have also, but he was not a good head coach by any stretch and is proving to be not a good OC either. This guy might be a good OL coach and that's it. Some people have it and some people don't, he got his big shot from Parcells but you are what your record says you are and for him that's not very good. The league has changed into an up tempo passing league and he is stuck somewhere in the '70 and a cloud of dust. I wish I could think better of him (as a coach) but I can't.

J. David Wannyheimer
10-29-2012, 11:30 AM
I'm still stunned that Tony was brought in in the first place.

And it is amazing to me that Bill Parcells continues to get a pass on what happened in Miami when it is clear that his hand picked coaching protege is a buffoon of the highest order.

Daytona Fin
10-29-2012, 11:41 AM
We were finally on the right side of a sparano ran, clock consuming second half.

jared81
10-29-2012, 01:55 PM
the main thing that i notice about the jets is why that have stuck with shonne greene at running back? he is not starter material. he has had a decent line the past 2 years and has been very unproductive. yet they stick with him. ive never understand why they dont try and pick someone up or draft at that position.

Exuro
10-29-2012, 08:20 PM
The Jets suck on offense because since Rex took over, they've only spent 4 high picks (rounds 1-3) on offensive players in 4 drafts. 1 on QB Sanchez (bust), a 2 on OT Ducasse (bust), a 2 WR Hill (too early to call), and a 3 on Greene (meh). That's pathetic. They've traded away so many draft picks to move up in the draft or for proven players. Trading up only works when the players pan out. Even though they got Braylon Edwards for a 3rd and a 5th, they only got 2 years out of him when those draft picks could have been players on the team for a combined 8 years. They got Santonio Holmes for a 5th but he's a distraction when healthy and produces nothing when hurt. They've drafted a running back every year (3 Greene ,4 McKnight, 4 Powell, 6 Ganaway) as well as a fullback (Conner) in the 4th, but their ground game still sucks. This year they traded a 4th and a 6th for a 7th and Tim Tebow, a QB so bad he couldn't sniff the field in garbage time.

You can say it's Sparanoball that is making them suck, but I believe it is gross mismanagement of resources that is catching up to them now.

1972fins
10-29-2012, 09:42 PM
I'm still stunned that Tony was brought in in the first place.

And it is amazing to me that Bill Parcells continues to get a pass on what happened in Miami when it is clear that his hand picked coaching protege is a buffoon of the highest order.

Don't forget Parcells recommended Rex for the Jets job.
Parcells is a fraud, and we paid him, he now is in espn telling how it should be done, ****ing pig cost us 4 years.

MadDog 88
10-30-2012, 05:40 AM
Everything about the Jets is broken. The mismanagement, lack of talent, lack of depth and poor coaching is catching up to them. They need a complete rebuild but personally, I hope they keep that jackass as head coach and Snatcho as their QB.

J. David Wannyheimer
10-30-2012, 11:00 AM
The best part is that they're stuck with Sanchez for another year. I love it. I love it, I love it, I love it.

Vaark
10-30-2012, 12:45 PM
I for one would sign a petition for Woody to retain The BeanCounter, Captain Oblivious and his dead-eyed accurate franchise QB.

I've been saying all along that the difference between Henne and Sanchenne was the supporting cast of characters and maintained from free agency that Henne would have been a jet if guaranteed a fair chance to compete. I think the bullheaded reluctance to start Tebow, in retrospect, bears that out.

jetsknicks1
10-31-2012, 12:18 PM
The Jets hiring Tony Sparano as their OC was probably their biggest mistake this offseason, followed CLOSELY by bringing in Tebow to run a few tricky plays. Although I had a few completely delusional moments where I feared Sparano taking revenge on us by being successful in Jersey, all reason and logic dictated that the Jets offense would be abysmal beyond belief.I can't agrgue with any of this. I never liked the Sparano hiring, it didn't make sense on any level. I was also against the Tebow signing because it just made no football sense, this team had much more important needs that should've been addressed. My hope is that we don't compound the Sparano mistake by bringing him back next season to see if he gets better.

1972fins
10-31-2012, 05:47 PM
I hate to admit to this as I liked Sparano and our players may have also, but he was not a good head coach by any stretch and is proving to be not a good OC either. This guy might be a good OL coach and that's it. Some people have it and some people don't, he got his big shot from Parcells but you are what your record says you are and for him that's not very good. The league has changed into an up tempo passing league and he is stuck somewhere in the '70 and a cloud of dust. I wish I could think better of him (as a coach) but I can't.

I don't understand why you liked Sporano, all the time he was coaching the Fins I thought he was intellectually inferior to other coaches and couldn't understand why he got the job other than being one of Parcells buddy, really he was embarrassing to watch at press conferences and frustrating during game time, like Sunday only this time he was ****ing the Jets.
I couldn't believe he was pumping his chest when he came down last time when he beat us by a field goal

trojanma
10-31-2012, 07:15 PM
I find the after the fact Sparano bashing kind of funny.

Not every head coach is some tactical genius/coordinator.
In fact the Coordinator wizards usually fail as head coaches. See Ryan, Martz, Nolan, Spagnulo, Haley, etc.
Where the more anonymous Coordinators have been successes: Tomlin, John Harbough

I always felt that Sparano was more the motivational/executive type of coach
He was about creating a common vision and motivating the players and letting the coordinators do the dirty work.

Look back at the stuff they were saying about us in 2008: disciplined, good locker room, few penalties. It is the same stuff they say about us now.

Sparano for some reason got rebranded as the tactical genius that invented the wildcat when he was being introduced to the Jets, when nothing could be farther from the truth.
David Lee introduced the wildcat in Arkansas with McFadden and Jones and translated it to the NFL(as OC coach of Miami).
I think Sparano is failing as an O coordinator because a) he isn't an offensive genius b) the Jets have not been built for ground and pound as their O-line is garabage save for Mangold, Ferguson.

I feel bad for Sparano as he seems like a geniune good guy. He will certainly be the fall guy for the Jets and get canned. At that point he should migrate to the Small College level where he could thrive.

metlifedolphin
11-03-2012, 05:34 PM
Looks like the Jets will officially replace the Bills as the division door mat.