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Marty Mornhinweg previews the New York Jets' 2014 offense



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At the 5:15 mark the question that has been discussed on JN Radio comes up. Doesn't Vick give them the best chance to win right now?

 

I agree with Marty's answer.

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Big praise for Stephen Hill.  Saying that injuries played a big part in holding him back last year.

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Marty Mornhinweg

Marty Morhinweg was on the Michael Kay show and spoke with Michael Kay and Don LeGreca.  He discussed a lot of topics including the Jets quarterback situation, Chris Johnson and where this offense stands.

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i am with marty on one thing for sure. chris ivory, chris johnson, and bilal powell looks like a very talented, dynamic backfield. i am excited to see those guys go

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I like Marty's energy. You can see that he loves his job.

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I like Marty's energy. You can see that he loves his job.

 

None of this helps win football games, but when I listened to him I thought he sounded like a really nice person. That is neither here nor there because nice doesn't win.  But he did just seem happy to be here and I do think he believes the Jets are going to surprise people this year.

 

We will have to get Marty on JetNation Radio.

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Do you guys think he is excited?  I wonder if that is the Idzik buzzword for the offense because Marty did not have a chance to work competition in more than a dozen or so times.

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