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As I mentioned earlier, wide receiver Brad Smith was one of the many weapons offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer had in his arsenal. The limited use of Brad Smith throughout the season is something that got under the skin of many people.
Smith is the definition of the "triple threat" player. He can run, throw and catch.
Instead of taking advantage of those skills, Schottenheimer only had Smith pass the ball three times in 2010, and when the Jets would be in the wildcat formation, it was obvious that they were running the ball.
Sure, the Jets believe in the "ground 'n pound" system, but they should build a package around Smith's abilities like the Dolphins did when they brought the wildcat back to the NFL in 2008.
By utilizing Smith, it will mix up play calling (the first tweak) and improve the offense as a whole, which could give the Jets a real chance of going all the way in 2011.