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Sanchez, No It's Schottenheimer.

HOUSTON - SEPTEMBER 13:  Quarterback Mark Sanchez #6 of the New York Jets talks with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer at Reliant Stadium on September 13, 2009 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
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Luis OrtizContributor INovember 3, 2009

The New York Jets have dropped another game to division rival Miami Dolphins which wanted this game bad, lots of blame is going towards Sanchez and Ryan but what about the Offensive calling.

Brian Schottenheimer has been calling the plays now for four years with the Jets and its been nothing pleasent his offensive scheme's does not give Sanchez anytime to make a play and that's what make's Sanchez look unimpressive his (Schottenheimer) conservative play calling with a third and seven run up the gut with Jones isnt what the Jets need.

 We need to have a High powered run and gun show but all we get is 15 passes to Dustin keller and our receivers 13 attempts total, running game is all that Brian Schottenheimer feels comfortable with a run then a pass and now I know why Brett Farve decided to retire once again without wanting to retire.

At one time during the beginning of the season everyone was saying that the Jets need a wide-out so they go out and trade for one and still run the ball and throw short passes on third and long.

The Schottenheimer curse is in effect,Brian Schottenheimer should be to blame for all the problems that The Jets are having on the offensive side of the ball yes Rex Ryan can run his mouth and Sanchez can eat Hot Dogs during a game but what is the offensive coordinator doing for the Jets?

I really starting to think that Schottenheimer the name is nothing good for football "You need to start being more aggressive and less conservative Brian cause its getting real old real fast and its a shame that Coach ryan does not see it sincerely A Jets fan"

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