Geno Smith hasn’t taken long to prove that he fits in perfectly with the New York Jets’ team concept.
The Jets were down 24-6 in the fourth quarter to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday and had the ball at their 16 when Smith gave his opponent a touchdown. Smith was being pressured by Karl Klug and tried to move the ball away from his opponent by switching the ball from his right hand to his left by going behind his back. The move didn’t work out as he hoped, and Klug recovered the fumble in the end zone for a touchdown to make it 31-6.
Goodness, the Jets couldn’t have drafted a quarterback more perfect for their system than Smith. You think he learned that move from Mark Sanchez?
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