• Sparano praises Tebow, defends Wildcat usage

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 21, 2012
    Though Sparano may feel that way, a few hours earlier Ryan had said the Wildcat “hasn’t worked out.” "We had a plan going into this thing," Sparano said. In the apparent opinion of Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, there’s no reason for blame because the Tebow experiment wasn’t a disaster. The Jets rank 30th in the league in offense, but Rex Ryan made excuses for his coordinator Thursday, saying the numbers do not tell the whole story given the adversity Sparano has faced. “I see the work ethic he has. He never flinches,” Ryan said. “But obviously the plan always, at that particular time, was that Mark was the quarterback and Tim would have a role and to what degree the role was, if I remember correctly, it was one-to-20 plays in a game. 
    Source: ESPN.com
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