New York Jets owner Woody Johnson appeared on Fox Business Network earlier this week during Neil Cavuto's special report, Election 2012: The Republican National Convention. Woody Johnson spoke about the Jets, of course, but also spoke about the country's debt issue and his support of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in the upcoming election. Woody Johnson is a noted Republican supporter and the interview took place at the Republican National Convention.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson spent some time with Neil Cavuto of Fox Business Network at the Republican National Convention this week, speaking about some of the issues at the forefront of the upcoming election. The discussion focused mainly on those issues, such as national debt and the economy overall, but did eventually turn to the upcoming NFL season. Neil Cavuto noted the Jets' offensive struggles and asked Woody Johnson for his assessment. Here's what Johnson had to say:
"Well we've been remarkably consistent at not scoring touchdowns, that's for sure. What I see on offense is that we have a lot of guys, just the timing is a little off, but I think we will do very well when we open in a couple of weeks."
Woody Johnson made it clear that he's not concerned about a winless preseason, as preseason results have no impact on regular season success. It's a notion that would serve most well, as there have been individual performances and glimpses of potential on offense and defense that suggest there should still be optimism about the Jets this year. Whether that pans out into on-field results is not guaranteed, but the potential is certainly there.
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