2010 New York Jets Offense Still Offends Fans in 16-11 Loss to Redskins

August 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the New York Jets won an ugly 9-3 preseason contest to the Carolina Panthers last weekend, Jets' quarterback Mark Sanchez had this to say,
"It just wasn't a smooth night.  It wasn't our best night but nothing alarming. We'll come back and do well Friday night."
Well, Friday night has come and gone and after losing to the Washington Redskins by the score of 16-11, the story remains the same. 
The Jets' offensive woes continued to be offensive to their fans, who sat in the $1.5 billion New Meadowlands Stadium bored out of their minds.
Running backs LaDainian Tomlinson and Shonn Greene performed admirably, as they rushed for a combined 161 yards and 5.0 yards per carry.  Tight end Dustin Keller also had a stellar performance, However, Sanchez's penchant for the turnover and inability to finish out scoring drives with touchdowns continues to be the Jets' downfall. 
Sanchez was picked off by Washington's DeAngelo Hall in the r...

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