Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Tony Sparano Is The Jets' New Offensive Coordinator

Brian Schottenheimer was fired or resigned, as the offensive coordinator of the New York Jets. I guess it depends on who you ask. Reports say the Jets moved quickly to hire Schottenheimer's replacement. Former Miami Dolphins head coach, Tony Sparano will be named the offensive coordinator for next season.

I don't like this hire at all. I'm not a Jets fan for the fact their offense is boring. I know you have to win with defense and some ball control, but their offense wasn't that good and quarterback Mark Sanchez regressed. Sparano called plays for the Dallas Cowboys in 2006, but made his name as an offensive line coach. It looks like the Jets will be ground and pound. Not saying Sparano can't do the job, it just seems a little suspect to me.

The Jets scored a mere 50 points over the last three games. I don't see things getting any better than that.

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