The New York Jets’ offense has had trouble finding consistent production this preseason.
But the offense is coming together for the first time since coach Todd Bowles hired former Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase to be the team’s offensive coordinator in January.
Bears coach John Fox, on the other hand, has seen the success of his offense over the years.
Fox’s offense is running a lot more than just the typical quarterback-driven style.
The Bears are running it through their running game and have some of the league’s best pass-catchers in Calvin Johnson and Jordy Nelson.
Fox says the team has been using the ball in the air more this year than any other.
Bills coach Sean McDermott, who was in charge of the team during the 2016 season, said his team has had success with the offense running up the middle and finding the open space to run through the defense.
The Bills have a strong ground game that makes them a very mobile offense.
And the team is using the ground game to their advantage.
The Bills have had the second-most rushing yards in the league this preseason, trailing only the New Orleans Saints.
McDermott said the Bills’ running game is very similar to the way they ran it under former coach Sean Payton.
But he said this year’s unit has been a lot faster.