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Sparano wants touchdowns, not field goals

When he was hired to become the New York Jets new offensive coordinator, Tony Sparano promised big plays and improved production from the offensive unit. Despite three preseason games and zero touchdowns to show for it, Sparano is convinced his team will right the ship in time for the regular season.

New York Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano addressed the media on Tuesday regarding the offense's struggles during preseason. While many analysts are raising the red panic flag and writing Gang Green off before the first snap of the year, Sparano reassured the press that there is no cause for concern despite the anemic offensive production. "There was just one little thing [wrong] on each... Recommended Stories

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