The system mechanics of the new iolo quarterback system are being developed by the Jets, according to a source with knowledge of the process.
This source spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Jets’ process is private.
The Jets and Jets owners are scheduled to meet Monday to finalize the system’s design and details, according a source familiar with the matter.
The source described the Jets as “going back to basics.”
This source described Jets QB coach Mike Nolan as “absolutely adamant” in the new system.
“He’s not going to change anything,” the source said.
“It’s not like he’s changing the play call.
It’s going back to fundamentals.”
The Jets have yet to name a starter for the 2016 season.
“I have no idea what they’re going to do, but the quarterback has to be the guy,” the Jets general manager, Mike Maccagnan, told ESPN.com on Thursday.
“They’re going back as much as possible to the basics.
They’re going with a system that’s going to be consistent from week to week.”
The system is expected to be completed in late March.
It will be installed at training camp and preseason games and will be introduced to the NFL at the beginning of the regular season.
The new system will allow for “sport-like” plays, which the Jets believe will lead to increased football IQ, and improved mental toughness.
“You want to be on the field as much on Sundays as possible,” Jets quarterback Brandon Marshall told the New York Times.
He has no clue if he needs to make a play. “
The quarterback has no idea if he’s going in or out.
He has no clue if he needs to make a play.
And it’s a totally different ball game.
You can get out of a bad situation.”
The new Jets quarterback system will be unveiled to the league next week.
“Our system is a little different than what we had last year,” Jets coach Todd Bowles said.