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Jets WR Quincy Enunwa breaks down aggressive, attacking offense

DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 10: Quincy Enunwa #81 of the New York Jets runs the ball in the third quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on September 10, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 10: Quincy Enunwa #81 of the New York Jets runs the ball in the third quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on September 10, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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The New York Jets have a brand new offense under new head coach Adam Gase, and wide receiver Quincy Enunwa is looking forward to playing his part.

This Jets roster has plenty of talent on offense, and with new head coach Adam Gase running the show now, they might just have the perfect scheme to take full advantage of their many playmakers.

One such player is veteran wide receiver Quincy Enunwa, who is already excited about playing in Gase’s aggressive, attacking offense.

As the team prepares for their first training camp under Gase, Enunwa says this offense is built to give opposing defenses plenty of problems (via team reporter Olivia Landis):

I would say that it’s been really aggressive. We’re going out there, we’re attacking the defense, we’re making plays. We’re reading what’s going on, and we’re making sure we react. It’s always good for the offense to go out there and do what we want to do.

When we see what they’re doing, we’re really going out there and attacking them. If there’s anything that we see a weakness in, we’re not letting them sit on that. We’re going there and changing what we’re doing and making sure we’re making the right plays.

Enunwa will have a strong pair of running mates at receiver this year, with the return of speedster Robby Anderson and the offseason additional Jamison Crowder, one of the NFL’s most explosive slot receivers.

The Jets also added playmakers in the backfield in Le’Veon Bell and Ty Montgomery, as well as reinforcements for the offensive line by trading for guard Kelechi Osemele and spending a third-round pick in the 2019 NFL draft on USC offensive tackle Chuma Edoga.

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There are plenty of reasons for Jets fans to be excited about the 2019 season, and a dynamic offense loaded with playmakers and an aggressive system should be near the top of the list.

What are your expectations for Enunwa and the Jets offense in 2019? Give us your take in the comment section!

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