Found January 02, 2012 on
The Penalty Flag:
The Jets offense under Mark Sanchez struggled to find any sort of consistency once again and instead of moving on to next week and trying to figure things out, the Jets now have an entire off-season to attempt it. According to the NY Post, Cornerback Antonio Cromartie was asked after the game if the Jets gave enough effort? Cromartie said “Maybe on one side of the ball.” The Dolphins managed only 210 yards during Sunday’s loss. 94 of those yards came on a 21-play drive that lasted almost an entire quarter. The Jets had four three-and-outs, but did accumulate 374 yards. It was three Sanchez interceptions that did in the Jets offense. Sanchez finished the season with 26 touchdowns, tied for the second-highest, single-season total in team history.
BEST OF MAXIM
Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions, and the Jets completed one of the most disappointing seasons in team history with a loss to the Dolphins.
The Daily News has learned that Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will be interviewing for the head coaching job with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He will interivew for the position as early as this week, according to a source. Schottenheimer, 38, began his NFL coaching career as ...
The New York Jets have put the wheels in motion to revamp its offensive staff, according to a source close to the team.New York struggled with the football this season, averaging 307.7 yards per game – 27th in the NFL. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, who signed a two-year deal heading into the season, is at the center of the reports. Schottenheimer has been mentioned...
Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions and the New York Jets were eliminated from the AFC wild-card playoff race Sunday when they lost 19-17 to the Miami Dolphins.
In a press conference to jump start offseason speculation, Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum said that offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will not be fired, although he is scheduled interview for the Jacksonville head coaching job.
Despite leading the Jets to finish the season 25th in yards gained, offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is set to interview to become the next head coach of the Jaguars.
The Jags, who finished 5-11, fired Jack Del Rio in late November and went 2-3 under interim coach Mel Tucker to finish the season.
Now Jacksonville turns its focus to finding their third coach in...
The Jets managed 374 yards, but I can’t tell you how. They had four three-and-outs and never got into any kind of rhythm. Mark Sanchez (21-of-32, 207 yards, 2 TDs, 3 INTs) did nothing to quiet his critics. His interceptions were all brutal. WR Santonio Holmes (zero catches...
Expects Brian Schottenheimer to explore all chances to be a head coach
Jets coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum delivered some curious answers regarding Brian Schottenheimer yesterday, and while it appears as if Schottenheimer will not be fired, it doesn’t sound as if he is assured of being the offensive coordinator next season.Tannenbaum said the Jets “expect” Schottenheimer...
After everything that Santonio has done in the recent weeks, it sounds like even if Jets management is willing to bring their mercurial wide receiver back in 2012, teammates would be less enthused unless he makes some changes.
… the wide receiver will have to show his teammates that he’s decided to put the team ahead of himself.
That was the message resonating from several Jets...