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I am not usually one to rip apart offensive coordinators for losses, but it's tough to defend Tony Sparano here.
With Sanchez having another turnover-filled game, he refused to stick with the run despite the success they were having with Greene. Even late in the game, the Jets had plenty of time to remain balanced, but they put the game in the hands of Mark Sanchez.
And it cost them their season.
There was also the inexplicable use of Tim Tebow right in the middle of Sanchez's best drive of the game. When Sanchez returned, he threw an interception. Hardly a coincidence.
Jon Gruden said it best during the telecast: The Jets looked like they were trying way too hard on every passing attempt. Sparano could not get any easy throws for Sanchez, and it hurt his confidence.