2013 New York Jets Offense: Readers Speak Out!

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May 10, 2013; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith (7) talks with offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg (right) during New York Jets rookie minicamp at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Let’s hear next from Steven Windeler:

The biggest off season acquisition was Marty Mornhinweg. Shotty was bad, but Sporano had no sense of a plan at all. We still won 6 games which I think is a testament to Rex’ ability. Marty is not going to let the QB sit back there and double clutch. He’s not going to keep backs, and TEs in to block when they are not capable. He’ll have them run hot routes instead, and get the ball out quickly. He won’t tip off the defense, but set them up with similar looking plays. Santonio, Hill, and Geno are the biggest questions. If they all play well we could have a pretty good offense, but even without them MM will make us an average offense, which is the best we’ve ever had under Rex. With Rex’ taking back control of the defense, I think that’ll be enough to keep us in every game. It all comes down to how many we pull out, but we’ll be far from the laughing stock the media is hoping for.

Finally a post from user “Piazza31nyj”:

I know for a fact that the offense will be nothing like we’ve saw from last year’s unit. Marty will make us a competent offense that is probably going to rank 20th-23rd. The passing game won’t be great but I think Hill and Cumberland will grow tremendously from last year. The Jets offense will run the ball just as much as they pass and that is a good thing. I think as long as he stays healthy Ivory will have a 1000 yard season.

So for the most part, either by default or improvement, we think that the offense will improve this season. I am sure I am not the only that hopes you are right.

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