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Monday, August 27, 2012

The New York Jets Need to Admit it, Tim Tebow is their Best Offensive Option

The New York Jets are the only team in the NFL not to score a touchdown this preseason.  There are several reasons why and the Jets are full of excuses.  It was the right tackles fault, new coordinator, injuries, you name it they have an excuse for it.

The bottom line is this, the Jets do not have any talent on offense.






Top three Jets issues on Offense.

#1 - The Jets cannot run the ball.  You can blame the offensive line, or just a lack of real talent at running back.  The bottom line here is that they cannot establish the run like Rex Ryan would like.

#2 - The Jets have no Wide Receivers.  Santonio Holmes is not an elite WR.  He would like to think he is but that's not reality.  The rookie Hill out of GT is a project, he played in an option attack in college and didn't have to catch many balls.

#3 - Mark Sanchez isn't an elite QB.  With a weak OLine, no RB and no WR, not many QB would look good.  When you put a below average QB in the mix, the team is not going to move the ball.


The Jets need to face facts and run a college spread offense.  Their best option is to play Tebow at QB and put McKnight and Greene in the backfield.  Hill knows how to block for a running QB.

Tebow can run that type of offense and Coach Ryan would like to have a power running team that does not turn the ball over.

At the end of the day, Rex Ryan is probably in his last season unless the Jets make a deep run in the playoffs.  The Jets are the second best team in New York and may be the third best team in their division.  They have a lot of issues on offense and Tebow is their best option.


by

Scott King
@fballxtrpoints





1 comment:

  1. Scott King.... THANK YOU. If Elway would of been reading articles like this last year, he may of kept Tebow as a backup... Tebow is an exciting football player, he makes the games fun - on both sides - you never know if he's gonna pull it off. ...last week, the last two thrown Tebow balls is exactly what this article is about. Those WR had plenty of time to adjust to get that ball, it was there, Tebow put it right where only the WR could catch it - and they didn't even try - they forgot to hit the "Jump" button - lol

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