Price per head services found out that in a bid to reduce turnovers by Geno Smith, coach Rex Ryan said on Wednesday that he may bring back the old trick that he was using with Mark Sanchez in 2009.
Ryan had the idea that year to have the quarterback wear a green-red-yellow wristband with specific plays in each color category, a system which was made to know how conservative (red) or aggressive (green) he should be with a call.
“Hey, whatever it takes,” Ryan said, adding: “I’ve been thinking about it. There’s a fine line between being aggressive and being smart with it as well.”
The coach said that before making a decision, he’ll see how the week progresses. Pay per head sportsbooks know that the Jets (2-2) have an extra preparation day, as on Monday night they take on the Atlanta Falcons (1-3).
Pay per head sportsbooks can see that Smith is coming off what seems to be the worst game he ever had – a four-turnover nightmare in a 38-13 defeat to the Tennessee Titans. The turnover total by the rookie went to 11, which include eight interceptions.
Ryan said that won’t consider changing quarterbacks, but pay per head sportsbooks believe that Smith is testing his patience.
“It’s a young season — we’re at the quarter stage — but we clearly have some things we have to fix,” Ryan said. “Protecting the football is the No. 1 thing, along with penalties.”
This week there will be a handful of lineup changes on offense, which may stand in the way of the QB’s chances of a rebound.
According to sources, wide receiver Santonio Holmes will most likely miss multiple games after a serious hamstring injury. Fellow receiver Stephen Hill is out due to a concussion. The Jets could start Clyde Gates and Jeremy Kerley.
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Pay per head sportsbooks found out that the offensive line will also see a change, as veteran Vladimir Ducasse will be replaced by rookie Brian Winters. Ryan confirmed that this week Winters will practice with the starters.