Browns vs. Jets: What’s the Game Plan for New York?

September 12, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Sunday afternoon, the New York Jets will open their 2015 season at home against the Cleveland Browns. Looking to put last year’s dreadful 4-12 campaign as far behind them as possible, the Jets and new coach Todd Bowles are looking for a fast start in front of their fans.
But with Cleveland being far from a pushover, what does New York have to do to get the victory? Here are the game plan and the keys to success:
On Offense
When IK Enemkpali’s fist removed Geno Smith from the starting lineup, the Jets were forced to change up their offensive philosophy and, specifically, what exactly they ask their quarterback to do.
While replacement Ryan Fitzpatrick is far from a slouch, he is limited athletically in what he brings to an offense. Sure, the nine-year veteran is smart, knows how to read a defense and is careful with the football—that was evident just last year when he threw just eight interceptions in 12 games. But when Fitzpatrick br...

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