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B&C Morning Show: Diagnosing Jets’ Offense With Tony Sparano

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The first-year offensive coordinator of the New York Jets, Tony Sparano joined Boomer and Craig from the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park.

Considering that the offense has had major struggles so far this preseason, Sparano had a lot of questions to address. First, the guys ask if the next preseason game against the Panthers will showcase an offense that will closely resemble the one that we will see Week 1 versus Buffalo. Sparano says that this will be the first preseason game for which they will put any emphasis on scouting the opponent.

Boomer and Craig pepper Sparano with questions regarding his offense’s perceived flaws, such as the lack of depth at wide receiver as well as the big-time struggles of right tackle Wayne Hunter. Also, listen to what Coach Sparano has to say about throwing the ball downfield more often, the dynamic between Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow, and how much input Rex Ryan has in the offensive playcalling.

LISTEN: Diagnosing Jets’ Offense With Tony Sparano

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