Approximately a week ago, we brought you the State of the Defense Address. On this Friday morning, we bring you our up to the minute state of the offense address.
The offense is on the right track, despite the off day at OTAs yesterday. There is a new attitude, brought about by new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano. His playbook, according to all accounts, is much simpler than the previous offense administration.
He is no-nonsense, even this early in workouts. When guys make mistakes, including Tim Tebow, he is on their case right away. Even Hayden Smith, who has never played football before, has not escaped the ire of coach Sparano. He is focusing on not turning the ball over, which the Jets have done far too much lately.
He is also returning to the physical style of offense that head coach Rex Ryan loves. The “Ground and Pound” has brought the Jets their greatest success in the Ryan regime, and bringing it back to the forefront is exciting.
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