I cant count how many times during the jets regular season, since Schotty has been the OC, that the jets offense
looks like a 13 year old is calling in the plays off his xbox controller. There is no flow, there are run plays on 3rd and
8, five yard outs on 3rd and 15....Sanchez is fantastic when he isnt over thinking, when he is rolling out of the pocket
and on the move, when the freaking O line is holding a block (HUNTER)....but this over calculated and tedious
game plan that is called into action more often than not is infuriating! You have DUSTIN KELLER, SHONNE
GREENE, L.T. and SANTONIO HOLMES to move it all the way down the field, and a 8 foot giant in PLAXICO for the
red zone. When the jets do have a drive that takes them into the endzone, the next series is completely altered, they
don't attack the defense's weaknesses and do a terrible time assessing changes in the defensive assignments
and zones. For a professional football team, Shotty's inconsistency is almost as mind boggling as GM
Tannenbaum's pre-season roster moves and free agent bids. We went from one of the most feared O lines to the
weakest lines, didnt address the D line or obtaining effective pass rushers and run stuffers, and loaded our
receiving corps with Vets lacking younger players explosiveness and durability (excluding holmes and kerley).
Managing the game to managing the roster the jets organization has failed to say the least, and the smash mouth
in your face football the jets have been playing the last two years on both side of the ball has all but disappeared.
The defense is more in-tact than the offense is, and without the option of upgrading personnel, it would be in the
offenses and the teams best interest to install a new philosophy and a new COACH at OC...Sanchez isnt so much
the problem as the guy calling in his plays.
Should the Jets start looking for a new OC?
Ya, about time (29 votes)
No, give him another chance (again) (0 votes)
29 total votes