|11-12-2012, 06:46 PM||#1|
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Jets Will Stick By Wildcat, Rex Ryan Says
A tired-looking Rex Ryan returned from Seattle after what he described as a “long night” following the Jets 28-7 loss to the Seahawks Sunday. But even in his fatigue, Ryan stressed essentially what he had last night: the quarterback situation, and the wildcat situation, will not change as a result of the demoralizing loss in Seattle.
Asked if it is time to give up on the wildcat, Ryan said no. “Each week there is a time and a place (for it),” the coach said. He noted that the Jets themselves have been burned by zone-read plays this season – evidence that a dose of wildcat can succeed in the NFL, despite the lack of a track record by Gang Green.
It sounds like it won’t be less Tim Tebow, but it won’t be more of him either. “We do run wildcat. That's part of what we do,” said Ryan. “Does that mean Mark Sanchez isn't going to be on the field? No. Mark doesn't run the wildcat.”
Source: New York Daily News
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