After an abysmal conclusion to the 2011 season, the New York Jets have picked up where they left off last year—offensively struggling to produce. The Jets have played three preseason games thus far, and they've failed to score a touchdown in all of them. With New York taking on Philly in the final preseason game, it's difficult to see the silver lining here.
The struggle could be blamed on several components of New York's new-found offense, but the main reasons are the unfamiliarity of players and the playbook.
New offensive coordinator Tony Sparano has about a week to get this mess worked out, otherwise the streak of zero touchdowns will continue into the regular season.
Let's take a look at what's attributing to Gang Green's troubles.