Why don't you explain why it was such a bad decision to bring him to the Jets.
The previous season he threw over 4,000 yards, about 30 TD's, MVP Runner Up for sure
and had 10 games with over 100.0 passer rating. You say very few things that actually make sense. It was a smart move to bring him over but it turned out bad. You're one of the least intelligent speakers on this forum and seem to be proud of that. Yay!
I wouldn't mind seeing Favre back either. Three things need to happen though:
1) Keep Favre healthy
2) COACH him and keep on the guy like he's any other player.
3) Make David Clowney a f#&^'in STARTER!!!!
In his early career Favre did what ever he wanted and usually led the league in INTs
then Mike Holmgren stepped in and turn him in to the elite Brett Favre with way
fewer INTs and 30-40 TD's a season. Then MH goes away and Favre starts to struggle
again and does what he wants. Mike McCarthy steps in after Favre having an awful
05 season throwing tons of INTs and each year less INTs and more TDs and last year
was an elite offense and statistically #2 in the NFL and a very well deserved runner up
spot for MVP last season. Clowney also needs to be a starter. No one else on the friggin team can get open. This guy is almost ALWAYS open. That's what Favre needs. If guys are never open it's only a matter of time before Favre will try to force something. You can't expect the guy to throw it away every other play because guys can't get open.
I say Mangini had to go. Some players didn't believe in how he ran things and I'm sure
there are many players that just didn't say anything. Now that we've seen how things
can spiral out of control it would have surely made sense for Mangini to pull Favre & Jenkins out of a few games. Being so close in the division at the time must of made that hard but a plan for success shouldn't involve a hurt 39 year old Quarterback to keep
playing and getting hit and continue to get worse as weeks go on and be ineffective at
the time anyway along with Jenkins who was hurt and pretty much ineffective in several late season games too but they were both out there gettin beat up. Had these two had
better time to rest .. we'd would've seen a playoff spot. I don't think we could've gotten very far but 1 playoff game I think we could've gotten to. Mangini isn't the proper coach
to coach a guy like Favre.. especially when Favre is in a lets-get-50-yards-every-play mode. It would have really helped for Mangini to have some balls and step up to Favre
instead of letting him do what ever he wants and keep the guy in there to continue down
a train-wreck-waiting-to-happen situation. Late in the season when Favre stepped on the field, it literally looked like he never left the field from the last game. He looked wiped out
and surely not capable of carrying the team for 4 quarters. This is where a head coach has to step in and take control. I'm a Favre fan and everything but it really would've helped
the team for him to be benched for awhile. In preseason & early season he had plenty
of arm strength(50 yarder to Cotchery in preseason AND miami game) but in late season it just wasn't there and Mangini failed to fix any of it for the rest of the season.
He just couldn't fix problems. Every time there was an issue with the team or a player, it never got resolved. The "statistics" say we should P-R-E-V-E-N-T Mangini from coaching for the Jets again.
Yeah, TO has his problems but let's be honest, he is better than all the current Jets receivers put together. Actually, if he is cut before Favre makes his retirement
decision, then there will REALLY be a Favre watch out. What if the Jets had a chance
to get TO? That'd make Favre happy for sure. He always wanted Randy Moss
and back in Favres prime that would have been something to see for sure...but
TO is probably the closest thing to RM he realistically would have a chance at
playing with. I wouldn't mind seeing him on the team. Let's be real though, I'm
sure there are tons of players that are absolute POS's off camera we don't know
about that we root for all the time. We don't have to personally like TO, but he's
a damn good receiver and can always get open downfield even when people KNOW
the ball is going his way.
Long paid the dues...that's funny!!
The rest of the phrase is .. while bashing & ripping players, coaches & managers
every sunday while proclaiming ones self as a fan that deserves their team to
win a championship
I think of the Jets player listened to half the stuff on this forum, they'd specifically
ask you not to be fans anymore.
I am so glad these guys are gone!! Only Mangini can have half ways talented
team at 8-3 beating the best team in the league and turn it in to a total flop.
The only thing working for the Jets was their short passing game. But after beating
so many teams with it they will know to cover the box better...and along with
our receivers not able to get open we couldn't even get the short game working
in the last half of the season. But what did we really expect guys? Did we really
think Brett Favre was gonna throw 8 yard slants all the way to the Superbowl?
Mangini - the "percentages" say you're an idiot.
Really, and what receivers were good this year? What oline was that good this year? How good was our defense this year? With the worst teams in the NFL running all over our defense constantly and Favre getting hit and sacked a lot and receivers that dont get open and drop balls...so no I don't see your point at all.
It was a perfect pass. The failed attempt of a catch was the problem. Coles cries all
the time about not getting touches on the ball but yet he likes to drop a lot of them
and this time it costed us big.
I thought the division round playoff game was Mike's last game. Favre & the pack slaughtered them last January...hopefully he does it again. That'll show Holmgren
for leaving Green Bay after back-to-back Superbowls.