I didn’t go to any preseason games and apparently neither did Fireman Ed. According to his tweets this morning, he never goes and he never worries about the preseason results.
Mark Sanchez played a pretty good game in my eyes and Ed believes that his teammates need to help him out. That starts with the line protection and goes all the way to the receivers running the correct routes and most important, holding onto the ball.
It also appears that Holmes’ worries Ed still and whether he can be the leader the team needs. According to Ed’s tweet, he doesn’t believe that relying on Holmes’ solely on offense if the answer.
Do not go to preseason games n do not believe in results,but what concerns me is our O is relying on #10 to b the man n he’s unstable #jets8/27/12 9:31 AM
Can the players on O make it any more difficult for Sanchez Help the guy out #jets will b ok if #10 Does the right thing TEAM FIRST #truth8/27/12 9:35 AM
Had a good drive going in beginning of 2nd half bonehead penalty by Slauson Seen some good things WE WILL BEAT THE #BILLS Can’t Wait Go Jets
8/27/12 9:41 AM
Of course as soon as I tweeted this story, I saw this from Ed:
Offensive Coordinator, Marty Mornhinweg, was unavailable to explain himself to the media after the game Sunday, but Yahoo sports have reached out this morning and here are some quotes from the Jets' OC.
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