Jets Receivers Like the New Passing Offense

June 14, 2012; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano speaks while quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) looks on during minicamp at the Atlantic Health Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

Coming out of the complicated offense of Brian Schottenheimer, the Jets receivers see a lot of potential in Tony Sparano’s new offense. Yes, it’s ground and pound, but the passing offense can be great too. Take a look at this detailed breakdown by Jenny Vrentas of the Star-Ledger:

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This seems like it does have great potential. It gives Mark Sanchez a lot of answers, and encourages the receivers to change what they are doing based on what the defense is doing. Communication will obviously be key in this type of offense, because the receivers and the QB have to make the same reads at the same time.

Sounds like it could be deadly if it works.

Topics: Alan Schechter, Dustin Keller, Jenny Vrentas, Jets Wide Receivers, Mark Sanchez, Santonio Holmes, Sparano New Offense, Tony Sparano

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