TONY SPARANO IS IN CHARGEThere is a new voice leading this offense from the coordinator position. You can hear it from the moment the offense takes the field. No matter what was happening, you could hear Sparano’s voice above all others, teaching on every play. His most prominent message was to break the huddle quickly, keeping the up-tempo speed he was looking for. If you break the huddle quickly, obviously that gives the defense less time to substitute, which will always be an advantage. He was talking to the QBs about their ball placement, location, trajectory, every little point was scrutinized. He talked to receivers about looking the wrong way, Tebow about getting the ball out faster…etc. Tony he was heard saying the ball was not a “G$% D#@$ dagger”….Clearly Rex’s type of guy. Sparano had no hesitation to tell people they didn’t know what they were doing.
The desired result? A more honed, and disciplined offense, which will make us all happy.
MARK SANCHEZ IS THE QBSorry Tebow fans, but this is the truth, whether you guys like it or not. If you watch this offense on the field, there is one guy that has command of it, Mark Sanchez. One guy is clearly leading this team, Mark Sanchez.
One guy can make all of the throws as well, Mark Sanchez. Watching team drills, the one receiving the praise for his throws was Mark Sanchez. When Tony Sparano commented that the correct amount of air was under a particular throw up the right sidelines, Mark Sanchez was the one making that throw.
Yes, Tim Tebow did have two reps with the first team offense, but don’t find anything significant to this. One of his early throws in team drills, was picked. He also runs around a lot, rather than reading the defense. He takes too long to get the ball out, as Sparano was drilling into his head. I even saw him put a throw at the feet of a guy that was five yards in front of him, and facing him.
He isn’t consistent, and Mark doesn’t have a lot to worry about with this guy.