The future of Mark Sanchez and the Jets’ offense is now in Sparano’s hands.
Well as we all know, New Jersey at one time had Tony Soprano. Now, New Jersey has Tony Sparano.
With offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer gone, it’s Mark Sanchez’s turn to man the Jets’ hot seat.
Brian Schottenheimer is off the hot seat and out the door. Enter former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano.
When Jerry Recco began his first update, he did so by playing a cut of Mark Sanchez shortly after the Jets’ season ending, 19-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Despite the absence of his radio partner, Boomer Esiason, Craig began today’s show in an exceptionally chipper mood.
Apparently Brian Schottenheimer has had his fill of the Jets, their fans and the Tri-State Area. Tony Sparano, on the other hand, will now get to see what life is like on the other side of a rivalry.
The Jets say they want to retain offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. But what if they have a change of heart — or if he lands a head coaching job elsewhere?
That’s not to say the head coach and the GM of the Jets should be fired. But they’re officially on notice.
In light of Rex Ryan’s telling comments regarding the status of Santonio Holmes at the end Sunday’s Dolphins game, Boomer & Craig were in agreement that ‘Sexy Rexy’ needs to get control of his Jets, specifically the offensive side of the ball.
When the Jets announced Monday that offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer was expected to return in 2012, you could hear a collective gasp throughout the Tri-State Area.
Want to know the difference between the Giants and Jets? Well, for one, the Giants are in the playoffs.
It was a strange setting Monday as the Jets cleaned out their lockers. But despite all the theatrics, wide receiver Santonio Holmes still garnered the most attention.
Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum reiterated that they “expect” Schottenheimer to return next season — unless he’s hired as a head coach elsewhere.
It took 17 weeks for me to sour on Mark Sanchez, but it’s not for the reasons that seem obvious. Yes, the Jets quarterback has serious on-field issues, but it’s what he didn’t say Sunday that raised the biggest red flag heading into the future.