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#26 THE ILK

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:14 AM

If you are refering to Rex you are only 50% correct. The man himself says he has no clue about the O. I may be wrong person to point it out but shoundn´t a HC preferably know both sides of the ball? At least to some degree?


I agree, I was paraphrasing what he said.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:26 AM

wow Jif has seen the light-this whole disasterneeds a complete makeover. Rex can be a good defensive coach but not a head coach


I think if you put Rex on a team that has an offense with a strong system in place and a QB with a smart personnel guy but lacks a defense, he can be a solid Head Coach and really elevate a franchise. I think his charisma and scheme ability can give a team an identity and help them win. He is not made for what the Jets need which is a drastic overhaul of an offense.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:30 AM

I agree, I was paraphrasing what he said.


Ah... Well a typical JN answer to that would be sceptic and sarcastic but I am a smothsailing swede so ok, we are bff again.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:36 AM

yeah I wanted to punch Rex in the sternum while watching that last night..

He was baited when asked about his "fatal attraction to Mark" but he can't give them what they want and say stupid things like I believe because I believe. He also can't say he doesn't care what anyone thinks. That kind of false bravado will get him axed.

To me it's pretty simple.. Obviously Woody forced Tebow on them. If he cares about his job why not simply play him??? He won't be blamed for playing the guy the owner wanted.

I don't see how that pile of dogsh-t Sanchez threw out there is giving them the best chance to win. He's starting to sound ridiculous.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:51 AM

yeah I wanted to punch Rex in the sternum while watching that last night..

He was baited when asked about his "fatal attraction to Mark" but he can't give them what they want and say stupid things like I believe because I believe. He also can't say he doesn't care what anyone thinks. That kind of false bravado will get him axed.

To me it's pretty simple.. Obviously Woody forced Tebow on them. If he cares about his job why not simply play him??? He won't be blamed for playing the guy the owner wanted.

I don't see how that pile of dogsh-t Sanchez threw out there is giving them the best chance to win. He's starting to sound ridiculous.


think rex is old school.. stand behind your guy more loudly when he's down... heat of the moment type thing.. i'm thinking when he has time to reconsider, he'll have to pull the plug... or , he'll think they are playing only a slightly above defense and a terrible defense next 2 weeks, it's very possible Sanchez has 2 decent games.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:53 AM

yeah I wanted to punch Rex in the sternum while watching that last night..

He was baited when asked about his "fatal attraction to Mark" but he can't give them what they want and say stupid things like I believe because I believe. He also can't say he doesn't care what anyone thinks. That kind of false bravado will get him axed.

To me it's pretty simple.. Obviously Woody forced Tebow on them. If he cares about his job why not simply play him??? He won't be blamed for playing the guy the owner wanted.

I don't see how that pile of dogsh-t Sanchez threw out there is giving them the best chance to win. He's starting to sound ridiculous.


i wonder how other players feel about this. Like what does sanchez have to do to lose his job kill a puppy? There is absolutely no accountability same ole same ole gotta play better
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:00 AM

i wonder how other players feel about this. Like what does sanchez have to do to lose his job kill a puppy? There is absolutely no accountability same ole same ole gotta play better


I'm sure they hate Sanchez and are starting to sour on Rex. Jenkins and Woody have said as much and you have to think they still communicate with guys on the team.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:02 AM

wow. at least when chad wasn't getting benched he was running a passable offense. sanchez runs one of the worst offenses in the league. i dont think tebow is gonna do much, but you have to at least give him a ****ing shot so we can see what he has before the offseason
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:05 AM

think rex is old school.. stand behind your guy more loudly when he's down... heat of the moment type thing.. i'm thinking when he has time to reconsider, he'll have to pull the plug... or , he'll think they are playing only a slightly above defense and a terrible defense next 2 weeks, it's very possible Sanchez has 2 decent games.


Normally I'd give him a pass because of the insulting way he was asked the question but this has pretty much been his mantra for a month. I'm the HFMIC (head fat muthaf'ka in charge) and what I say goes. period.

That starts to get old.. especially on the heels of such a putrid performance.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:07 AM

I'm sure they hate Sanchez and are starting to sour on Rex. Jenkins and Woody have said as much and you have to think they still communicate with guys on the team.


like i cant imagine being in such a cut throat buisness but a pretty boy who hasnt really achieved anything on his own can play as the worst nfl qb and still not even have the option of being benched. We shoulda installed a new offense for tebow in the bye what a wasted opportunity
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:11 AM

Normally I'd give him a pass because of the insulting way he was asked the question but this has pretty much been his mantra for a month. I'm the HFMIC (head fat muthaf'ka in charge) and what I say goes. period.

That starts to get old.. especially on the heels of such a putrid performance.


I think tebow ends up starting... someone will talk to rex
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:13 AM

I think tebow ends up starting... someone will talk to rex


please let it be sooner rather then later. I like rex i think hes done a good job into making us a perennial feared defense but this thing with sanchez is awful.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:26 AM

Is this different from the "Sanchez Sucks" thread?
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:26 AM

He pays the bills. He doesn't coach the team, he doesn't throw the rock, and he doesn't do player selections. He isn't blameless, but he isn't the big issue.Plus, nothing can be done about the owner of the team.


Here is a frightening thought: who is going to help woody find us a new GM?
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:28 AM

think rex is old school.. stand behind your guy more loudly when he's down... heat of the moment type thing.. i'm thinking when he has time to reconsider, he'll have to pull the plug... or , he'll think they are playing only a slightly above defense and a terrible defense next 2 weeks, it's very possible Sanchez has 2 decent games.


You could be right. But it is so exasperating to see Rex constantly shoot his mouth off when he just does not have to.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 12:07 PM

I've done a 180. I <3 Rex and was defending him but you cant defend this anymore. They're running a 2 QB system in the NFL. I mean really? WTF??? Who the **** thinks thats going to work. Couple that with his allegiance to Sanchez, its bye bye time for Rex.

Blow it up. Start over. You can make quick turnarounds in the NFL these days and while we're not seeing, there's talent on this roster to build from.


Pretty much with you here. I've looked at Rex as a good coach overall with some flaws. More importantly, I've looked at the talent on this team, starting with the leagues worst (or 2nd worst) QB, and the rest of the mess from there. I've thought that he's built a strong defense (which was allowed to get old and slow) and hasn't had much to work with because of the GM and the QB bust. But, the "I don't know anything about the offense" thing is getting tired, as is the lack of accountability for the players. I've heard enough, "we're gonna fix it". Talk is cheap, and this team is only getting worse.

I forget what week I put the reset button in my sig, but that's what this team needs. The two most important people that need to go are Tanny and Sanchez. After that, the only guys I think I'd mind seeing gone are Kerley, Wilk, Coples, Mangold, Cro, and Brick. Maybe I'd keep Steven Hill only because he can improve. Revis, I'd trade him if a great deal comes our way. It'd be foolish to pay him what he's going to want when we can get draft picks and the team is in the shape it's currently it. Blow it up.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 01:01 PM

Pretty much with you here. I've looked at Rex as a good coach overall with some flaws. More importantly, I've looked at the talent on this team, starting with the leagues worst (or 2nd worst) QB, and the rest of the mess from there. I've thought that he's built a strong defense (which was allowed to get old and slow) and hasn't had much to work with because of the GM and the QB bust. But, the "I don't know anything about the offense" thing is getting tired, as is the lack of accountability for the players. I've heard enough, "we're gonna fix it". Talk is cheap, and this team is only getting worse.

I forget what week I put the reset button in my sig, but that's what this team needs. The two most important people that need to go are Tanny and Sanchez. After that, the only guys I think I'd mind seeing gone are Kerley, Wilk, Coples, Mangold, Cro, and Brick. Maybe I'd keep Steven Hill only because he can improve. Revis, I'd trade him if a great deal comes our way. It'd be foolish to pay him what he's going to want when we can get draft picks and the team is in the shape it's currently it. Blow it up.


Yep. Agreed. Time to start over. I like Rex but enough is enough.

I'd accumulate as many picks as possible via trade. Whoever has value outside of the names you mentioned, see if there is a market for them, all of them. Stock pile picks and start to build a team with youth and speed. Take a shot in the draft at a QB in the late rounds, find a veteran who can man the ship till they find a franchise QB and just go through the rebuild motions.
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