Red light. Green light. Forget it.
A few hours after saying the New York Jets are considering using a wristband with plays designated by color -- red, yellow and green -- to help struggling Geno Smith, Rex Ryan decided against it.
''To be honest with you, I don't plan on doing that now,'' Ryan told ESPN NY 98.7 on Wednesday.
The Jets, trying to help cut down on turnovers in games, used a similar method during Mark Sanchez's rookie season in 2009 to help him determine how aggressive he can be on a given play.
Red plays mean the quarterback needs to be conservative, yellow means he must be cautious and green indicates he can be aggressive.
With 11 turnovers, including eight interceptions and three fumbles lost, Smith is tied with the Giants' Eli Manning for the league lead in that dubious category.
''I really haven't planned anything specifically yet with him, but we'll see what happens during the week,'' Ryan said before pract...