Of course this must be obvious, and of course the term second guessing should happen in any organization (or at least, analysis of what one has done - guessing is a bad business to be in). But Mike Lombardi says there is some internal, um, conflict over how to run the offense. The National Football Post | National Football Post Tavern Talk The Jets aren't scoring much and perhaps they are learning that Favre is a bit of a square peg to their round hole. Schottenheimer seems to be in a bad spot though: Lombardi encourages him to do what he thinks is right, but how will that fit into the team concept? A little bit of schaudenfreude is always fun.