The New York Jets are continuing to clean house. Today, the rebuilding management fired their offensive coordinator, Tony Sparano.
The move was not surprising considering the Jets terrible season. Since Sparano was hired, many wondered if he was right for the job. With a background as an offensive line coach and no experience with quarterbacks, this was yet another move by the Jets that made little to no sense. And, well, the critics were right. All season long we watched Mark Sanchez regress, again while Soprano failed to incorporate Tim Tebow into the offense.
Sparano was hired with the promise of introducing a power running game to the Jets offense, which we only saw in games that the ball was limited to Sanchez’s hands.… Read more