Marty Mornhinweg makes a lot of sense Dan Leberfeld

The Jets needed an experienced offensive coordinator.

The could not roll the dice, and take a chance on a position coach.

And they didn’t roll the dice with the hiring of Mornhinweg.

He’s got a world of experience calling plays.

A former quarterback at the University of Montana and in the Arena League, he’s been coaching in the NFL since 1996, including four years as the San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator (1997-2000), head coach of the Detroit Lions in 2001-2002. Since 2003, he’s been with the Philadelphia Eagles in a variety of roles, including offensive coordinator and assistant head coach the last seven years.

The hiring of Mornhinweg makes a lot of sense.