New York Jets Anemic Offense Needs To Turn It Around Before Home Opener

August 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New York's anemic 9-3 victory over the hapless Carolina Panthers displayed another week of passing inefficiency on the part of quarterback Mark Sanchez, who went just 5 for 10 for a mere 12 yards.
Sanchez was lucky not to have thrown two more interceptions as the Jets were horrible in the red zone for a second consecutive week.
Equally dismal was the play of Shonn Greene, who was anointed the starting job versus having to compete for it after the Jets decided Thomas Jones was too old and too expensive after rushing for a career high 1,400 yards in 2009!
Greene was awful again as he rushed for 10 yards on six carries.
With just one touchdown in two exhibition games, the Jet offense looks like a stumbling, bumbling display of stagnation and mediocrity after leading the league in rushing just last season.
When woeful backup Kellen Clemens outplays your starter in two consecutive weeks, just what is Brian Schottenheimer thinking as the Jets will be...

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