Why did offense struggle

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    Why did offense struggle

    Offense really struggled today setting any pace. I felt TB had good time in the pocket but couldn't find a recevier. The balance on play calling was OK, running game never really got going.

     

    Any thoughts?

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    The Jets defense played good. Make fun of Rex all you want but he can coach a defense or has everyone forgotten the 2010 playoffs.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    For some reason,  the WR and TE on the Pats do not get open. Rarely is there a play where someone is running wide open.  For a team with arguably the most talented personnel on offense, that is surprising.  The Offense doesn't look very smooth and even the passes that are completed, Brady has to spread the needle. The passes to Lloyd look very forced.  Lloyd always has managed to get open with the Broncos and Rams in the past 3 years, but now he can''t seem to get any separation. 

     

     

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    I think it was a combination of things: bad playcalling, receivers not getting separation, Brady making a few poor throws, and the Jets playing good D. 

    We won, which is what ultimately matters, but they definitely need to find their groove on offense (it seems to have disappeared since the Denver game).

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    In response to ccnsd's comment:
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    The Jets defense played good. Make fun of Rex all you want but he can coach a defense or has everyone forgotten the 2010 playoffs.

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    Rex Ryan is a brilliant defense mind. For a team without any standout players on the defense except for Cromarte, the Jets play superb defense.


    Bill Belichick could learn a thing or two from Rex when it comes to defense.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    In response to ccnsd's comment:
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    The Jets defense played good. Make fun of Rex all you want but he can coach a defense or has everyone forgotten the 2010 playoffs.

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    Yeah, I agree. If he gets fired at the end of the season I wonder if he would consider being our defensive coordinator? He seems obsessed with us, so why not? I can't imagine him doing any worse than what's going on right now and for the last three seasons.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    Lloyd is wretched - so they are playing 10 versus 11.

     

    And Brady has not played well all season.

     

    Play calling stinks too

     
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    Lloyd is wretched - so they are playing 10 versus 11.

     

    And Brady has not played well all season.

     

    Play calling stinks too

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    Brady has 12 TD and 3 INT with more than 2000 yds passing and he has not played well all season. What are your standards for playing well?

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    I think we need more of a down filed threat to help open up all the under neath stuff TB throws.

     
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    Lloyd is wretched - so they are playing 10 versus 11.

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    Lloyd is great.  He is the best outside WR  Brady has had since Moss. 

    Would you rather have Ochocinco, Reche Caldwell or Branch out there?

     
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    I'de say it's 40 % play calling ,20% Brady not playing his best football, 15% running is not consistent ,  15% on the WR's.

    10% the o-line when push comes to shove doesn't protect Brady enough

    The good news the play calling and Brady could get better.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    A lot is just a matter of execution.

    Ridley needed to toss that flea-flicker back quicker. If he does, it's a TD to Hernandez. Lloyd and co. had a number of drops, and there were some protection issues.

    There isn't some systematic, deep-rooted flaw -- it's just a matter of executing better are a more regular basis.

     
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    Lloyd is wretched - so they are playing 10 versus 11.

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    Lloyd is great.  He is the best outside WR  Brady has had since Moss. 

    Would you rather have Ochocinco, Reche Caldwell or Branch out there?

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    I agree Lloyd is a great player and has made some interesting catches, but he and TB are not connecting with consistence. We rely mostly on run after the catch for big gains.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    Lloyd had a really bad game, no doubt about it...but he has been fine so far this season. Hopefully, he will bounce back next week.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    Gafney is better than Lloyd.

     

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    this isnt something new....statistically they are the best offense in the afc, but they certainly left alot of points out there on the field....at least they were able to come out with the win tonight....they should have beat the jets handily, but a loss to the jets would have been sickening, so im glad/relieved that they pulled it out.

     
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    Gafney is better than Lloyd.

     

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    Maybe Gaffney is better as a between the numbers, intermediate route-runner. But as an outside the hashes type of guy who can get open and make tough catches, Lloyd is much better, and one of the better receivers in the league. 

    He just needs to hang onto the ball.

     
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    Lloyd is much better, and one of the better receivers in the league. 

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    That is certainly what he was billed as, but He looks like Hart Lee Dykes out there.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

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    The offense didn't struggle.  Even missing the best CB in the NFL, the Jets pass D is still among the best in the NFL.   Even without their top 2 NTs the Jets stuffed the run often.

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    that's why this loss stings..... they were that close.

     
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    In response to redsoxfan94's comment:
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    this isnt something new....statistically they are the best offense in the afc, but they certainly left alot of points out there on the field....at least they were able to come out with the win tonight....they should have beat the jets handily, but a loss to the jets would have been sickening, so im glad/relieved that they pulled it out.

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    Sickening, you got that right....I get to watch ESPN this week. When the lose I'm on Sports Center Lock down. 

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    Great defense still beats great offense in the NFL. That is what happened to the Pats last week in Seattle. 

    Fortunately for the Patriots, mediocre defense beats bad offense, so their D was able to stop the Jets when they really needed it.

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    In response to PhatRex's comment:
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    The offense didn't struggle.  Even missing the best CB in the NFL, the Jets pass D is still among the best in the NFL.   Even without their top 2 NTs the Jets stuffed the run often.

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    Who kidnapped PhatRex and wrote this nontrolling contribution to the discussion? 

     
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    Re: Why did offense struggle

    Receivers are getting very little separation this year, and dropping too many balls. The running game has not been effective in any of our losses and this recent near loss.

     
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