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Jets Played "vanilla" Against Bills? Hey, Schotty!!! ROT!!

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 01:15 PM

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Jets gave 'vanilla' look in 48-28 win: Bills


By ANTHONY SULLA-HEFFINGER

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If this was a 'vanilla' look from the Jets, the league should be afraid of when they really mix things up.

Despite New York winning 48-28, the Bills felt that as if the Jets did not come out with any overwhelming or complex packages and did not catch them off guard.
"They were probably more vanilla than they have been in the past," Buffalo QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said. "They weren't running crazy schemes, they were out there just playing us."
The Jets defense picked Fitzpatrick off three times, including a Darrelle Revis interception on the Bills' first drive and a Antonio Cromartie pick that was returned 40 yards for a touchdown.
"Versus great players, especially someone of Revis' caliber, you can't make late throws," Fitzpatrick said. "It's a tough team."
The Bills were not caught off guard by the Jets' unveiling of the Wildcat package with Tim Tebow. Buffalo held Tebow to 11 yards on five carries. Tebow was on the field for 12 plays, taking eight snaps from the quarterback position, one as a slot receiver and three on special teams.
"I can't say that we were surprised because I think that we worked on everything we could possibly have worked on in the last two weeks to get ready for their stuff," Bills head coach Chan Gailey said. "When [Tebow] came out as an H-back, as a quarterback, when Sanchez was out and he was in there, we had seen it all and I thought that we contained that package pretty well."
Even rookie cornerback Stephon Gilmore, who was burned for two TDs by fellow rookie Stephen Hill, wasn't at all shocked by the looks the Jets came out with.
"We weren't surprised, most of what we watched on film, they did," Gilmore said. "We just have to capitalize on the plays and the calls."
The most confusing formation the Jets came out of against the Bills was when they brought in recently acquired tackle Jason Smith in as an extra tight end to help protect Mark Sanchez.
"They put in a tackle as a tight end, they even blocked with him on play-action passes, which we didn't think they would do, but it's something you have to adjust to," Bills defensive end Mario Williams said.
The Jets' offensive line gave Sanchez plenty of time in the pocket, allowing for him to throw for 266 yards and three touchdowns in what was probably the biggest surprise of the day for Buffalo.
"It's probably the best I've seen him look personally," linebacker Nick Barnett said. "On the field the threw the ball on time, threw some back shoulders and threw some good passes. I'm not saying he's John Elway or nothing, but he had a good game."
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Directed right at Schotty.

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"They were probably more vanilla than they have been in the past," Buffalo QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said. "They weren't running crazy schemes, they were out there just playing us."


Glad the fool is gone.

Oh, you ask? How did Schotty's Rams do?

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Schotty off to destroy another Q.B

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 01:32 PM

Fitzpatrick is probably talking about the defence, who were pretty vanilla once we were well ahead. Hopefully when Coples becomes better adjusted, and Landry and Bell even more comfortable, then the defence will be even more smothering than they were for the first half of the game (the long TD run they gave up to Spiller aside).

On offense too, even after that impressive performance, there's still room for them to grow.

It was certainly a promising start.
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 02:00 PM

View PostSmedsthejet, on 10 September 2012 - 11:32 AM, said:

Fitzpatrick is probably talking about the defence, who were pretty vanilla once we were well ahead. Hopefully when Coples becomes better adjusted, and Landry and Bell even more comfortable, then the defence will be even more smothering than they were for the first half of the game (the long TD run they gave up to Spiller aside).

On offense too, even after that impressive performance, there's still room for them to grow.

It was certainly a promising start.


Exactly. it was about teh defense.

we dind't blitz alot either. we kinda just manned up most of the game and won the matchups.
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 03:13 PM

A stat I keep bringing up. When Schotty was here as OC, all of our QBs had around a 6 YPA. Yesterday was Sanchez's 2nd highest YPA of his career, the only time it was higher was vs the Bengals in the playoffs but he only threw 15 passes.

The offense had more flow to it and WRs were getting open. Sanchez seemed confident and decisive, they say that he has a great grasp of this offense and it showed yesterday.
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 04:03 PM

View PostJetsfan0099, on 10 September 2012 - 01:13 PM, said:

A stat I keep bringing up. When Schotty was here as OC, all of our QBs had around a 6 YPA. Yesterday was Sanchez's 2nd highest YPA of his career, the only time it was higher was vs the Bengals in the playoffs but he only threw 15 passes.

The offense had more flow to it and WRs were getting open. Sanchez seemed confident and decisive, they say that he has a great grasp of this offense and it showed yesterday.


and bradford and jackson had horrible days under schotty
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 04:13 PM

View PostS-Dubb, on 10 September 2012 - 02:15 PM, said:

Directed right at Schotty.



Glad the fool is gone.

Oh, you ask? How did Schotty's Rams do?



Schotty off to destroy another Q.B

Fitzpatrick is simply not a good quarterback and I have been saying that for years. He doesn't scare me and he certainly doesn't scare Rex Ryan. He can't handle good defenses.
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 05:37 PM

With all the personnel changes over the past 3 yrs on offense, Sanchez 's change was the most important . He for the 1st time look crisp as a QB . He simply was not ready when he came out . His time in the gym to improve his legs and arm strength puts him physically much like Eli as a QB now we wait for his Brain to mature . Tebow looks like he would be a deadly player at TE and H back and maybe not so much trading playing time with Mark . the back end of the defense looked scary for WR 's . early in the season we always see some fantastic plays being made but we will have to rely on the usual smart play every game day. I also think Soprano will be asset for Rex all season long .
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Posted 10 September 2012 - 05:58 PM

View PostCamenzind, on 10 September 2012 - 02:13 PM, said:

Fitzpatrick is simply not a good quarterback and I have been saying that for years. He doesn't scare me and he certainly doesn't scare Rex Ryan. He can't handle good defenses.


I disagree on that. his o-line is suspect. he has no talent at WR or TE other then stevie Johnson. he relies on a running game and smarts. he has a weak arm but he's got a good football IQ. he's alot like chad pennington, but he eneds playmakers on offense to help him out. He isn't gonna carry a team but he'll manage a game and not make mistakes 9 out of 10 times
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