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On the flip side, however, New York is ranked 32nd — dead last — in the league in passing offence.Thats the result of Geno Smith so far not taking the next step in his progression as a passer in his second NFL season. He has just nine touchdown passes and 12 interceptions to go along with a 69.8 quarterback rating. Michael Vick briefly provided a spark in his three games as a starter when Smith was benched earlier in the season, but the Jets were hardly a threat in the air with him under centre.Well, certainly there is a developmental process with every young player at every position, Mornhinweg said. The quarterback is such an important position that you certainly have to do certain things there. And I know it sounds crazy, and Geno has been up and down just a little bit throughout this first year and a half going on two years, but hes a young, talented guy. Every quarterback develops at a little bit (of a) different rate.The problem for Mornhinweg and the Jets has been that theyve entered the last two seasons expecting to have more of an attacking offence.Well, earlier in both seasons we have, Mornhinweg said.The Jets appeared on their way this season, rolling for 402 yards in the opening win against Oakland. New York also led the Packers 21-3 early in Week 2 at Green Bay before falling 31-24.The Oakland game, we were running and gunning pretty well, Mornhinweg said. I remember Green Bay, we came out running and gunning pretty well, both running and passing. Then, consciously, we morphed into quite a little bit more running.That choice came because attacking through the air simply wasnt working.Coach Rex Ryan gets labeled as a staunch proponent for a Ground-and-Pound offence, but thats mostly because it was so successful in the Jets runs to the AFC title game in his first two seasons with Mark Sanchez at quarterback. That was based a lot on personnel, which allowed New York to run it down opponents throats and let his defence clean up.So, early in the season, the Jets turned back to what their strength was: running the ball.When were protecting the football, I think we do a pretty darn good job offensively, Ryan said. I think our Achilles heel has been two areas: protecting the football and then the red zone. But I think were getting better in both, though.There have been other factors that have shaped the offensive approach. The Jets, outscored 360-230, have dealt with inconsistent play on the offensive line. A hamstring injury hampered top receiver Eric Decker for several weeks early on. The trade for Percy Harvin has helped, but he was a midseason addition, when the Jets were already in a 1-6 hole.Mornhinweg sidestepped questions whether he has been frustrated that his offences with the Jets havent put up good numbers.Well, I believe we are second in rushing right now, he said.But overall, New York is 25th in offence, and that has a lot to do with the Jets 3-11 record.In this league, you need to pass the ball very efficiently to score points, typically, Mornhinweg said. Now, every game is just a little bit different, but certainly, the passing game, you have to get that going at some point to win on a consistent basis.Mornhinweg acknowledged he and Ryan talk about the offence every day. But a published report a few weeks ago said the two have had friction all season, and the Jets run-heavy approach — they rushed 49 times — in a 16-13 loss to Miami three weeks ago was Mornhinwegs way of sticking it to Ryan.Both denied the report, and Mornhinweg reiterated that running the football more often as the season progressed was a conscious choice.Well, the way were built, Mornhinweg said, thats a reasonable thing to do.That said, Mornhinweg was asked if he would prefer — all things considered — to have more of an attacking offence.Well, you need to score points to win pretty consistently, he said. With a few exceptions.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL [url=http://www.siteairforce1pascher.fr/air-force-1-low-soldes.html]Nike Air Force 1 low France[/url] . 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