New York Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano has promised to use a simpler offense than the one employed by former OC Brian Schottenheimer.Sparano, who was hired earlier this week after the Jets parted ways with Schottenheimer, told the New York Daily News believes simplicity will help keep his players on the same page.“Certainly I come in with a little different system and a little
different style than maybe Brian had,” he said “I am a
guy that believes that you have to form an identity."I want our players
to be able to walk into the meeting room and not be surprised about some
of the things that are going to be in the game plan each week.”Sparano said the team will employ a more physical style of offense next season, but suggested that won't necessarily translate to "(running) the football 55 times per game."The former Miami Dolphins head coach said he believes in executing big plays through the air, which he says will ultimately make the running game more effective.Th...