Fair enough, just so were clear I am not pro Geno, as much as I am anti Fitz, I get the other option is probably just as bad, but for me it is just hard to watch Fitz play. I'm done counter posting, and all that jazz, you are right it is old, and tired. Until Bowles deems otherwise Fitz takes the snaps, and while I don't enjoy watching Fitz play QB at all, I do enjoy the Jets winnind despite him, and hopefully this roster is so talented it doesn't matter.
Listen I want this to be an epic season as much as the next guy, but to actually think it will be is a joke. Yes the Jets might have every single piece needed around the QB for it to be an epic season, BUT with Fitzpatrick at QB there is 100% chance of not having an epic season, with Geno at QB I'd move it to like 97% chance for not an epic season, and don't even mention the kid. We can all enjoy it while we beat up on the crap teams in the NFL, and boy are there a lot of them, this team will probably win 10 games despite the QB, and get their doors blown in VS the first team they face in the playoffs that can compete in the trenches, and has a good QB, so basically every possible playoff team except Indy.
Any team that can stop Ivory, and play bend, but don't break D, and put up points on the scoreboard like the Pats will exploit Fitz so bad it's not even funny. I've said it before, and I hope I'm wrong, but I have a feeling Beli, and Brady will knock a lot of you Fitz fans way back down to earth, and luckily we don't play that beast D over in Denver no way Fitz even puts up points VS that D. Again hope I'm wrong, but there will be a lot of guys coming down to earth in the next few weeks.
Rex was just as aggressive in 2009, and parts of 2010, I think it was Petine who was a little less aggressive, and more conservative, and I think some of that leaked over into Rex and coupled with Rex letting Idzik chop his balls off for the greater good of his career really tamed him, and caused his 11-14 teams to be much less aggressive. That said the difference in accountability, and discipline between Bowles, and Rex is night, and day. Rex needs a roster full of responsible veterans who know how to act professional on, and off the field like the 09, 10 Jets roster had, where as Bowles is the guy demanding accountability, hardwork, and discipline, and won't except anything less.
This The NFL got a nice handful of QB's that actually got a chance to develop properly over there, it might do wonders for the most important position in the sport. I'd love for Petty to be able to play 2 to 3 years over in NFL Europe instead of holding a clip board.