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Old 12-10-2011   #1
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Default Jets now working with two offensive minds; are there too many cooks?

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. It isn't often that words of wisdom can be gleaned from "The Office," but the long-running sitcom perhaps provides some good cautionary words for the New York Jets right about now.

On Wednesday afternoon, head coach Rex Ryan confirmed that consultant Tom Moore will join the Jets for the rest of the season and will not telecommute as the team's consultant on offense.

The presence of Moore, the former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator, working alongside current Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, is a slippery slope of possibilities and potential stepping-on toes. Much like when perennial slacker Jim Halpert was named co-manager of Dunder Mifflin in the NBC sitcom, sharing responsibilities with the inept Michael Scott, it was Oscar Nunez who provided the sage advice:

"Look, it doesn't take a genius to know that any organization thrives when it has two leaders. Go ahead, name a country that doesn't have two presidents. A boat that doesn't set sail with two captains? Where would Catholicism be without the popes?"
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Default Re: Jets now working with two offensive minds; are there too many cooks?

they're just trying to get their current offensive players use to moore's system so that when they trade for peyton in the off-season, they'd already had a head start.
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Default Re: Jets now working with two offensive minds; are there too many cooks?

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they're just trying to get their current offensive players use to moore's system so that when they trade for peyton in the off-season, they'd already had a head start.

God that'd be the only scenario where i could possibly hate Peyton more than now.
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Default Re: Jets now working with two offensive minds; are there too many cooks?

A broken necked Peyton would be a huge upgrade over Sanchise.
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