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Here's how the Jets offense is getting better

Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano looks on as

Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano looks on as the players warm up prior to a game against the Miami Dolphins. (Sept. 23, 2012) Photo Credit: Getty Images

Rex Ryan said the Jets offense is getting better, even though it scored zero points last week in Seattle. Offensive coordinator Tony Sparano agrees.

"I think we're improving in the run game," he said. "We're improving in the protection area. We're improving within the structure of identification of fronts, coverages, all those areas. Our short-yardage, goal-line -- although not reflected in the last game -- is improving tremendously. We've gotten better and better each week there. We lead the National Football League in that area right now. I think that over the last five games, our third-down production has been good."

So there you go.

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