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Jets still defining their offensive identity

Hired this offseason to revitalize a left-for-dead offensive attack, coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is infusing his philosophy into the huddle and bringing a West Coast flavor to New York.

With the first game of the 2013 NFL preseason already in the books, we can start looking at who is calling the plays on the sidelines for the Jets as the Tony Sparano experiment was a one-and-done in New York. Of course if you ask the fans of the Philadelphia Eagles, they are happy their Offensive Coordinator is no longer there as well. Marty Mornhinweg joined Rex Ryan's gang during the offseason... Recommended Stories

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