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Thread: Sexy rexy giddy about sparsnos offensive mind workin with tebow! Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzua View Post
    If you say so.

    The problem with that scenario is that your team couldn't run when they wanted to even late in the season. Your OL is better suited to pass blocking rather than run blocking, especially since you have a strong LT and a very weak RT (most teams run to the right side). Maybe Sparano can walk on water as an OC.
    The problem is our D couldn't stop philly and our couldn't stop turning it over vs. philly and we fell behind early big. Vs. NYg we had a million penalties and were constantly in 2nd and 3rd and longs. Vs. Miami they had a a drive that last almost a qtr. We still need another back w/o question but Shonn Greene has proven he can play in this league and be a quality back.

    The pass blocking was atrocious a year ago, the run blocking improved as the year went alog but the pass blocking did not. That is big reason why Sparano is here. We'll see if it works.
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    Rex wants to run the ball early and often which is Sparano strong suit in teaching OL. He's pass blocking leaves much to be desired. This is why Sparano wanted all his QBs to release the ball 3 seconds or under since his OL can't buy time.
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    Little bit concered how we match up with the big WR the Jets took. Kid's raw but has size, speed and knows how to block.
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    the dolphins are fine, it takes 10 other men to execute to be successful i'm not worried about hill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsharkfanredux View Post
    Rex wants to run the ball early and often which is Sparano strong suit in teaching OL. He's pass blocking leaves much to be desired. This is why Sparano wanted all his QBs to release the ball 3 seconds or under since his OL can't buy time.
    This simply confirms my opinion that the Jests are going to abandon the forward pass except as a novelty or gimmick play. They're gonna install Savior Tebow as their option/wildcat QB and run the ball out of that formation 50+ times a game.
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