You missed the point, as usual. You whine like a baby about "giving credit", well, if you want to give Rex credit for winning 9 games in 2009, then you have to give Mangini credit for winning 9 games in 2008. If you REALLY want to give credit out, then give it to the veterans on both of those rosters, and Tanny for assembling that talent, because that was a GREAT group of guys that did a lot to overcompensate for the coaching. The simple truth is that both coaches won 9 games, one just lucked into the playoffs. The other didn't. So comparing playoff wins is mostly a moot point, unless you have a bias. Nobody said anything to challenge whether you are happy with Bowles/Mac. Bringing that up is irrelevant. What Cassel did and what Penny did with Miami is completely irrelevant. Finally, you post about Rex every single day, so to insinuate that you've moved on but others haven't is not only irrelevant, but a fallacy. Don't make me do this to you.
Same team Mangini won the exact amount of games with in 2008, even though Favre was Peyton'ing us. If things broke across the league similar to how they did for Rex in 2009, maybe the Jets back in, and maybe they win a game or two. Then we don't fire Mangini, never hire Rex, and probably would have never gotten rid of Bradway!
Ghey. I remember once you telling me something along the lines of why I was off-putting, then I think you saw how little I cared and how much fun I was having, and became this version of your you. I like you.
I think he's got the potential to improve in-game, so while it's frustrating now, I don't see it being a persistent problem over the next couple years. I definitely think he's dealing with a ****ed up culture with this team. Everyone here has complained about "coming out flat". It has been a signature of the Jets for 4-6 years. He's trying to fix that. It doesn't happen overnight... but at least he seems aware of the it as a problem.