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If Rex Stays As HC for 2013, Then The following Needs To Happen

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If Norv Turner is available, we should bring him in as OC. And we need to trade for a TE, WR and also a big RB (MJD)......

This is regardless of what we do in the next three games.......

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If Norv Turner is available, we should bring him in as OC. And we need to trade for a TE, WR and also a big RB (MJD)......

trading for MJD at this stage in his career seems like a bad choice.

as for norv that's actually not a horrific idea. but keep in mind they extended Sanchez partly to give him 2 years to learn the new offense (it's industry standard, most teams take 2 years to learn a new offense) if replace the OC now, it throws off the schedule of evaluating (and possibly dumping) sanchez.

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trading for MJD at this stage in his career seems like a bad choice.

as for norv that's actually not a horrific idea. but keep in mind they extended Sanchez partly to give him 2 years to learn the new offense (it's industry standard, most teams take 2 years to learn a new offense) if replace the OC now, it throws off the schedule of evaluating (and possibly dumping) sanchez.

You have no idea what schedule the morons in the FO are going to be on though.

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trading for MJD at this stage in his career seems like a bad choice.

as for norv that's actually not a horrific idea. but keep in mind they extended Sanchez partly to give him 2 years to learn the new offense (it's industry standard, most teams take 2 years to learn a new offense) if replace the OC now, it throws off the schedule of evaluating (and possibly dumping) sanchez.

+1

If they don't think Powell will be the full-time back and want a quick fix at RB for a year or two (minus injury games) to split carries, Fred Jackson will probably get cut. Damn good RB when healthy, costs no draft picks, and at 32 or whatever he should be cheap if no one else makes him any compelling offers. Better him with little guaranteed money than a first or second plus $20M guaranteed and $8-10M/year that we don't have for 28 year old MJD. He's awesome, but a team rebuilding its offense doesn't begin the process with a mega-expensive 28 year-old RB coming off injury (or "injury" depending on how you look at it) at the NFL's most injury-prone, young-man's position. Without a QB there's no point in doing anything except waiting out the guaranteed portion of his idiotic contract extension.

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trading for MJD at this stage in his career seems like a bad choice.

as for norv that's actually not a horrific idea. but keep in mind they extended Sanchez partly to give him 2 years to learn the new offense (it's industry standard, most teams take 2 years to learn a new offense) if replace the OC now, it throws off the schedule of evaluating (and possibly dumping) sanchez.

sanchez has been evaluated. he sucks

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trading for MJD at this stage in his career seems like a bad choice.

as for norv that's actually not a horrific idea. but keep in mind they extended Sanchez partly to give him 2 years to learn the new offense (it's industry standard, most teams take 2 years to learn a new offense) if replace the OC now, it throws off the schedule of evaluating (and possibly dumping) sanchez.

Yup, ask Jason Cambell about that, kid got a raw deal, he was never in the same offense for more than 1 year, and I'm not saying Cambell could have been a star, but he might have been a mid level starter, he did a very decent job getting Oak to 6-4 last year before his injury, and watched Palmer finish 2-4 with the same team.

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Where are we getting the assets to make these trades?

Nevermind who we hire as coaches, this isn't Madden. Trades require even exchange of value. We've got nothing in the cupboard.

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Where are we getting the assets to make these trades?

Nevermind who we hire as coaches, this isn't Madden. Trades require even exchange of value. We've got nothing in the cupboard.

Jason Campbell on the cheap for a one year deal. Sit Sanchez and draft another QB after Sanchez and his pet albatross contract become extinct.

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Jason Campbell on the cheap for a one year deal. Sit Sanchez and draft another QB after Sanchez and his pet albatross contract become extinct.

He looked impressive the game he played for Chicago replacing Cutler (concussion)!

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He looked impressive the game he played for Chicago replacing Cutler (concussion)!

The kid had a different system and coach every year in Washington. He had Oakland doing good before he got hurt. Bring him into camp for a competition if he is used up cut him. No real risk.

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Jason Campbell on the cheap for a one year deal. Sit Sanchez and draft another QB after Sanchez and his pet albatross contract become extinct.

Hahaha... I wanted Campbell a couple years ago instead of a rookie, I got killed for that suggestion.

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trading for MJD at this stage in his career seems like a bad choice.

as for norv that's actually not a horrific idea. but keep in mind they extended Sanchez partly to give him 2 years to learn the new offense (it's industry standard, most teams take 2 years to learn a new offense) if replace the OC now, it throws off the schedule of evaluating (and possibly dumping) sanchez.

So it would be status quo then for another year right?

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Yep. Never expect a contender with this staff or FO or owner. We're the Cubs of football.

Sad sad state of affairs then..........

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Hahaha... I wanted Campbell a couple years ago instead of a rookie, I got killed for that suggestion.

Should have gotten both. Of course then we would be discussing how Sanchez never got a fair chance in the open competition, like Kellen Clemens.

There's alot of space in between don't trade for MJD/sign norv and do nothing.

You're either for us or against us!

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There's alot of space in between don't trade for MJD/sign norv and do nothing.

It can turn around quick-if the right people are making the decisions.

One thing you should recall from the Herman Edwards Error-not a lot of quality coaches are going to jump at the chance to join Rex Ryan's lame duck year.Ryan has shown somewhere between indifference to dislike of his offense. Your are asking the new OC to work around the dumb HC; not a recipe for succes. May be someone like Turner takes a big payday or demands a 2-year deal to fund his IRA. Either way no one is jumping up to work with this QB nor this HC nor a GM who has done as lousy a job as this. if Rex wants to keep spouting off about the wonders of Pick 6 he is digging this hole very deep.

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It can turn around quick-if the right people are making the decisions.

One thing you should recall from the Herman Edwards Error-not a lot of quality coaches are going to jump at the chance to join Rex Ryan's lame duck year.Ryan has shown somewhere between indifference to dislike of his offense. Your are asking the new OC to work around the dumb HC; not a recipe for succes. May be someone like Turner takes a big payday or demands a 2-year deal to fund his IRA. Either way no one is jumping up to work with this QB nor this HC nor a GM who has done as lousy a job as this. if Rex wants to keep spouting off about the wonders of Pick 6 he is digging this hole very deep.

I believe that Ryan has too much ego than to allow a "name" coach to work his offense, in fear that that person may outshine him.

It is the only way I can explain some of his personnel development on that side of the ball

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The kid had a different system and coach every year in Washington. He had Oakland doing good before he got hurt. Bring him into camp for a competition if he is used up cut him. No real risk.

I said these exact words during the offseason. What did the jets do? Traded for Tebow. lol

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