Found October 16, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
Watch Out For The Knicks Offense When people talk about the 12/13 New York Knicks, you think defense. The Knicks have a “so called” defensive minded coach and the perception around the league is the players that have been brought in are all defensive minded guys. Woodson is completely underrated as an offensive coach and has the stigma of just an ISO style coach. So far, the Knicks have proven to me that they could be dangerous offensive team as well. The Knicks have 3 PG’s that can pass the ball and find open players in the right spots often; it’s very encouraging if you are a Knicks enthusiast. I know these are only preseason games, but the Knicks have put up 108 and 98 points in 2 games, although the 98 point game versus the Celtics came in an overtime win.   Read More Here!
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