Thread: The Read-Option
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Old 10-02-2012   #9
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Default Re: The Read-Option

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Originally Posted by dream_team View Post
If I was a Jets coach, I would seriously consider giving the Texans a heavy dose of the read-option with Tebow. There are just too many reasons why they should.

1. Sanchez & the offense has looked horrible!
2. Both starting receivers are injured and most likely won't play (Holmes & Hill)
3. If the Texans defense has a weakness, it's against the run
4. Keep the Texans offense on the sidelines

If the Jets go with this approach, how do you think we'll do? How do you suggest defending the read-option? I keep thinking back to the Panthers game last season. I know Tebow isn't anywhere close to the QB & athlete Cam is, but the Panthers were successful when they did run those read-option plays.


WOW!!!

That thing works maybe a play or two a game......... AT BEST!!!!!

If the Jets go with "that approach?"

Answer: WAY TOO MUCH to NOT NEARLY ENOUGH!!!


No offense to the OP, but this was the dumbest thing I've ever read.



*EDIT* No offense to OP!!!


Throw it out there bro' but that was kinda bad!
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