Jets: Time to Stop Scapegoating Brian Schottenheimer for 2011 Failures

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The answer to all of that is no. The Schottenheimer system did not all of a sudden become more complex in 2011. That’s easy to say, it’s easy to kick a guy when he is gone. It wasn’t the system that caused Wayne Hunter to be thrown around like a rag doll on many occasions, such as the one below:

Or make throws like this into triple coverage:

What was it then?

EXECUTION

They would have had a better fate if they had executed. Not if they had a different system. Was it complex? Maybe. But it’s not the reason they went 8-8.

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Topics: Afc Championship, Alan Schechter, Brett Favre, Brian Schottenheimer, Joe Mcknight, Mark Sanchez, NY Jets, Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Coordinator Jets, Peyton Manning, Rex Ryan

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