Five Reasons to Have Hope for the Jets Offense

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Aug 10, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; New York Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano stands on the side line during the second half against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

Week one is finally within reach, ladies and gentlemen. Sunday at 1 PM will be here before we all know it, and it will be time watch the Jets open the season against the Buffalo Bills. Just a few more days without football is all we have left to get through, and it is exciting.

What hasn’t been exciting to date is the New York Jets offense. Actually, it has been anything but exciting, scoring a grand total of one touchdown during the preseason. To put it bluntly, the offense has been putrid. Around the league, the doubters have been showing their faces, some going so far to say that the Jets will have a tough time scoring 10 points per game. That has not been the prevalent opinion, but there are concerns from many about the Jets offense.

To keep the positive feelings alive as best as we can, here are five reasons to have hope for the Jets offense, in no particular order:

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