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#26 HessStation

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 03:48 PM

Take Mike Glennon from NC State. This guy is going to be a star. If the Jets take Mike Glennon they will be set for many many years. Whatever they do, do not keep Sanchez or draft Barkely. Please no more USC qbs.

big and tall, strong arm, good character, can't hit the broad side of a barn. I'll take his potential over Sanchez though.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 03:50 PM

Oh look ^ more articles that it wasn't Sanchez's fault. More news on the media spinning webs like Satan at 11.
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Posted 03 January 2013 - 05:17 PM

Unless they find some stud in the draft, it's going to be one of those sign Matt Moore cheap, he loses out to Sanchez in practice and suddenly Sanchez is the starting QB next season because they can't afford to get rid of him.

Moore was the 3rd best QB on the Dolphins last preseason and he was favored to start. He was supposed to be the starter.
I don't see anything good coming out of signing Moore, unless you want him to be the backup and Sanchez getting another year to 'prove' himself.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:27 PM

Unless they find some stud in the draft, it's going to be one of those sign Matt Moore cheap, he loses out to Sanchez in practice and suddenly Sanchez is the starting QB next season because they can't afford to get rid of him.

Moore was the 3rd best QB on the Dolphins last preseason and he was favored to start. He was supposed to be the starter.
I don't see anything good coming out of signing Moore, unless you want him to be the backup and Sanchez getting another year to 'prove' himself.


Matt Moore >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sanchez

And no, I don't think Moore is all that good. The Jets are going to hit the draft for a QB. However, they also need to have a veteran QB on the roster they can trust to be a fold-the-fort type placeholder of a starter in the interim in case the rookie isn't ready to go, and that QB simply cannot be Sanchez.
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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:12 PM

big and tall, strong arm, good character, can't hit the broad side of a barn. I'll take his potential over Sanchez though.


Sorry the Jets only draft short weak armed QB's or models who can't hit the side of a barn from 5 feet away. Doesn't sound like it would be a good fit.

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Posted 04 January 2013 - 01:46 AM

Might as well take Barkley if he goes unpicked in the 2nd round. A hell of a gamble though, but nonetheless he'd be better than Sanchize.
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Posted 04 January 2013 - 05:05 AM

Matt Moore >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sanchez

And no, I don't think Moore is all that good. The Jets are going to hit the draft for a QB. However, they also need to have a veteran QB on the roster they can trust to be a fold-the-fort type placeholder of a starter in the interim in case the rookie isn't ready to go, and that QB simply cannot be Sanchez.


I beg to differ, we have multiple QB's ready to fold-the-fort at any time.

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Posted 04 January 2013 - 07:08 AM

I think this frog should be our QB. He is green and possesses the necessary reflexes and mobility. Also, he has a slightly more accurate arm than Mark Sanchez and won't be a salary cap buster.

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Technically he has no arm, 4 legs, which makes his arm more accurate than Sanchez, yes. Lol
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Posted 04 January 2013 - 08:08 AM

Technically he has no arm, 4 legs, which makes his arm more accurate than Sanchez, yes. Lol


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Posted 04 January 2013 - 09:34 AM

please ,..Please,...PLEASE ----> NO MORE USC QB's ! ! ! :wild:
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Posted 04 January 2013 - 02:29 PM

Matt Moore >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sanchez

And no, I don't think Moore is all that good. The Jets are going to hit the draft for a QB. However, they also need to have a veteran QB on the roster they can trust to be a fold-the-fort type placeholder of a starter in the interim in case the rookie isn't ready to go, and that QB simply cannot be Sanchez.


The theory sounds good, except Moore has proven he just isn't that good. He couldn't beat out David Garrard or Ryan Tannehill. The only reason he stuck around was because David coudn't stay healthy. And that was during an offseason and preseason where it was assumed Matt Moore was going to be the starter. That's how bad he was in practice and in preseason. He went from being the 'starter' to a guy who they were going to cut. How is bringing him in going to do anything for the Jets?

Moore isn't better than Sanchez. That's the problem. Taking all feelings out of the equation, if Rex comes back and is HC and the Jets can't find a QB of the future in the draft, do you really think Moore is going to beat out Sanchez in practice? Considering Rex, for whatever reason, loves the guy, and Sanchez is still being paid millions, I highly doubt it. People like to have these fantasies. Moore wasn't even good enough to be a back up in Miami. And this was after a season where he started and was assumed to be the starter.

This is why I don't like the move. Spending money on a guy that might wind up the backup to Sanchez anyway isn't going to do anything for the Jets.
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Posted 04 January 2013 - 02:31 PM

The theory sounds good, except Moore has proven he just isn't that good. He couldn't beat out David Garrard or Ryan Tannehill. The only reason he stuck around was because David coudn't stay healthy. And that was during an offseason and preseason where it was assumed Matt Moore was going to be the starter. That's how bad he was in practice and in preseason. He went from being the 'starter' to a guy who they were going to cut. How is bringing him in going to do anything for the Jets?

Moore isn't better than Sanchez. That's the problem. Taking all feelings out of the equation, if Rex comes back and is HC and the Jets can't find a QB of the future in the draft, do you really think Moore is going to beat out Sanchez in practice? Considering Rex, for whatever reason, loves the guy, and Sanchez is still being paid millions, I highly doubt it. People like to have these fantasies. Moore wasn't even good enough to be a back up in Miami. And this was after a season where he started and was assumed to be the starter.

This is why I don't like the move. Spending money on a guy that might wind up the backup to Sanchez anyway isn't going to do anything for the Jets. Especially if Rex stays and his defense plays better with Revis. Remember, if they beat the Titans, they finish 8-8. If they find a way to win some other game, they are 9-7 and close to the playoffs. And they were never a good team this year.

How do you rebuild for the future if a new GM comes in and Rex leads the Jets to a 9-7 record. Even if they don't make the playoffs the assumption will be the Jets were supposed to be rebuilding and Rex made them a 9-7 team. And with this defense, they can do that.
Suddenly the Jets are stuck in the same madness of never improving. Moore is not the answer. Not even close.


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Posted 04 January 2013 - 02:36 PM

The theory sounds good, except Moore has proven he just isn't that good. He couldn't beat out David Garrard or Ryan Tannehill. The only reason he stuck around was because David coudn't stay healthy. And that was during an offseason and preseason where it was assumed Matt Moore was going to be the starter. That's how bad he was in practice and in preseason. He went from being the 'starter' to a guy who they were going to cut. How is bringing him in going to do anything for the Jets?

Moore isn't better than Sanchez. That's the problem. Taking all feelings out of the equation, if Rex comes back and is HC and the Jets can't find a QB of the future in the draft, do you really think Moore is going to beat out Sanchez in practice? Considering Rex, for whatever reason, loves the guy, and Sanchez is still being paid millions, I highly doubt it. People like to have these fantasies. Moore wasn't even good enough to be a back up in Miami. And this was after a season where he started and was assumed to be the starter.

This is why I don't like the move. Spending money on a guy that might wind up the backup to Sanchez anyway isn't going to do anything for the Jets.


The point is that Sanchez simply has no possible viable reason for being on this team anymore. His mere presence is a detraction to the Jets at this point. Even if the Jets find another player who was exactly the same as Sanchez (and Moore is at least a little better, even if he's not that good himself), just the fact of it being another person that isn't Sanchez would be an immediate upgrade to the Jets. It also would avoid any potential mess with Rex's stupid ass not wanting to throw Sanchez to the bench in favor of a rookie. All the Jets need is someone to keep the seat warm in the short term that this team will have absolutely no hesitation whatsoever in tossing straight to the bench the instant they've got someone else ready to go. Sanchez cannot be that, as he is literally the worst option at QB for this team next season and yet would still likely be way too much trouble for these idiots to bench in favor of some young kid, regardless of how completely deserved it may be.
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Posted 04 January 2013 - 03:39 PM

Matt Moore >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sanchez

And no, I don't think Moore is all that good. The Jets are going to hit the draft for a QB. However, they also need to have a veteran QB on the roster they can trust to be a fold-the-fort type placeholder of a starter in the interim in case the rookie isn't ready to go, and that QB simply cannot be Sanchez.


The Jets should cut Sanchez sign/trade for both Curtis Painter, and Dan Orlovsky, let them have an open QB competition, choose who ever is WORSE, and pull a 2011 Indy Colts, call it suck for ManzWaterClown!
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Posted 05 January 2013 - 09:29 AM

The Jets should cut Sanchez sign/trade for both Curtis Painter, and Dan Orlovsky, let them have an open QB competition, choose who ever is WORSE, and pull a 2011 Indy Colts, call it suck for ManzWaterClown!

ok ,..now, that's^^^ a plan ...a very, very bad one.... but a plan :thumbup:
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Posted 08 January 2013 - 04:34 PM

Jets' starting QB job open

The New York Jets' starting quarterback job is essentially open as of now.


Jets' Offense Still A Problem

The Jets struggling on offense isn't a new problem. The Jets haven't produced a top-10 offense since 1998 when they finished fourth in the league under Bill Parcells.

Most consecutive seasons since
last top-10 offense Team Seasons -- Elias Sports Bureau Dolphins 17 Ravens 15 Jets 14 Bears 13 Bills 12

Team owner Woody Johnson and coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday that Mark Sanchez's contract will not be a determining factor in who starts next season. Sanchez is guaranteed $8.25 million next season whether he starts or not."The financial part of it will not have any of the considerations for it,"Ryan said."We'll play the player that fits what we do best."Johnson then tried to downplay the significance of displacing Sanchez, who was handpicked by Ryan to be the franchise quarterback in 2009, the coach's first season with the team."I think pretty much every year there's competition among players," Johnson said.The Jets also have quarterbacks Tim Tebow and Greg McElroy on the roster.Johnson and Ryan said the quarterback decision -- and many others -- will be made in conjunction with hiring a new general manager and offensive and defensive coordinators. The Jets are launching a search for replacements after former GM Mike

Tannenbaum was fired the day after the season, offensive coordinator Tony Sparano was fired Monday and defensive coordinator Mike Pettine's contract expired. The Jets will move quickly to replace Pettine, with secondary coach Dennis Thurman likely to be promoted.Falcons director of player personnel Dave Caldwell is scheduled to interview Tuesday for the second time for the Jets' open GM position, a league source told ESPN. Caldwell, who is a finalist for the Jaguars' GM vacancy, interviewed for a third time with Jacksonville on Monday. Sanchez took the team to the AFC Championship Game in both of his first two seasons with the team, but struggled mightily this season after the team brought in Tebow as a backup and option specialist. Despite two seasons left on his rookie deal, Johnson and Ryan did not commit to having Tebow back, either."Tim is under contract right now with our football team, and that's what I know," Ryan said.

Sanchez threw 18 interceptions, and his 36 over the past two seasons lead the NFL in that time period. This season he threw only 13 touchdowns and was ultimately removed from the starting spot for McElroy in Week 16, although Sanchez started the finale after McElroy was ruled out with a concussion.

The Jets are interested in trading Sanchez, but his contract is a bit of an albatross. With a cap number of $12.8 million if they keep him, the Jets would take a $17.1 million cap hit if they cut him. The team could try to rework his contract in order to invite a trade, but there is no way to discard the quarterback without a financial ripple effect on the entire roster.The straitjacket of Sanchez's contract could be one of the reasons Tannenbaum, rather than Ryan, took the fall after the Jets' poor showing.

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 04:44 PM

again I question how Rex hand picked Sanchez. He's a defensive specialist head coach. He's not the director of scouting. He's not the general manager. Tanny just got fired for this.

and even if he did, in what universe is Rex looking at Mark a soft Mission Vijeo d-bag from d-bag university and saying gee this guy who's never seen a snowflake, and has no damn experience, that's the guy for my all weather offense.

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 04:47 PM

again I question how Rex hand picked Sanchez. He's a defensive specialist head coach. He's not the director of scouting. He's not the general manager. Tanny just got fired for this.

and even if he did, in what universe is Rex looking at Mark a soft Mission Vijeo d-bag from d-bag university and saying gee this guy who's never seen a snowflake, and has no damn experience, that's the guy for my all weather offense.


They went to his stupid workout and admitted they based their decision on McKnight and his buddies showing up while Freeman didnt have as many friends.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 04:32 PM

again I question how Rex hand picked Sanchez. He's a defensive specialist head coach. He's not the director of scouting. He's not the general manager. Tanny just got fired for this.

and even if he did, in what universe is Rex looking at Mark a soft Mission Vijeo d-bag from d-bag university and saying gee this guy who's never seen a snowflake, and has no damn experience, that's the guy for my all weather offense.

he did help us to the playoffs his first two seasons :winking0001:
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:19 PM

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GM dismisses Tim Tebow interest

Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has dismissed the possibility of Tim Tebow joining the team.
"I can't imagine a scenario where he would be a Jacksonville Jaguar," Caldwell said Thursday at his introductory news conference.

Tebow likely will be available this offseason after a disappointing campaign with the New York Jets, who were unable to find a consistent role for the former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback.Sources told ESPN last month the Jets likely will release Tebow, a Jacksonville native who has been linked to the Jaguars on numerous occasions.

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:46 PM

New Jax GM on Tebow: No way

So much for the possibility of Tim Tebow experiencing a soft landing in his hometown of Jacksonville.

Posted ImagePosted ImageNew Jaguars general manager David Caldwell, in his introductory news conference Thursday, slammed the door shut on that possibility.

"I can't imagine a scenario where he'd be a Jacksonville Jaguar -- even if he's released," Caldwell said emphatically.

It's not hard to figure out what happened here: Jaguars owner Shahid Kahn is a huge Tebow fan and was telling people he wanted him, but he's obviously deferring to his new GM on this one. Caldwell probably made that clear to Kahn in his three interviews before getting the job.

Tebow won't be back with the Jets, as we reported last month. They gave up a fourth-round pick, paid him $1.5 million and only used him for 73 plays on offense. At some point before free agency in March, they will release him.The only teams that expressed interest in Tebow when the Broncos put him on the trading blocks were the Jets, Jaguars and Rams. Needless to say, he might have a hard time catching on somewhere next season.

On a side note, you have to like Caldwell's direct, no-nonsense approach to the Tebow matter. It was refreshing to hear an honest answer; the Jets haven't given an honest answer on Tebow in, oh, about nine months.

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 09:56 AM

Note to Jets : Seahawks likely open to trading backup QB Flynn

The only thing that might take the Jets longer to find than a new general manager is a new quarterback.With all the focus on the team finding a general manager and an offensive coordinator, it’s easy to forget the team’s biggest hole is at quarterback and whoever winds up in those jobs will have the challenge of fixing the Jets’ situation under center.

The Seahawks sound as if they are open to dealing Matt Flynn, and he could be an interesting target for the Jets. The Seahawks signed Flynn to a three-year, $26 million deal last year and everyone assumed he would be their starting quarterback after years as Aaron Rodgers’ backup in Green Bay. Then, Russell Wilson won the job over the summer and cemented his place as the future of the franchise with his performance this season.

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COMPETITION FOR SANCHEZ ?
Because of Russell Wilson’s emergence, the Seahawks are expected to trade backup quarterback Matt Flynn, but Seattle likely is looking for mid-round draft picks & not looking to trade for Sanchez,who played for Pete Carroll at USC.During his season-ending press conference Monday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll praised Flynn and said they will address his situation this offseason.“As we move forward, we’re going to figure it out,” Carroll said. “We’re fortunate that we have two really good football players in our program and we’ll figure out what’s best.”The Jets could get some insight into Flynn’s situation today when they reportedly will interview Seahawks vice president of football administration John Idzik for a second time. Idzik is one of a handful of candidates expected to interview for a second time this week as the Jets try to find the replacement for Mike Tannenbaum.

Flynn is scheduled to make $5.3 million in base salary in 2013 and count $7.25 million against the salary cap. That is going to be too much for the Jets to handle unless they can find someone to take Mark Sanchez off their hands, something highly unlikely. Even if the Jets somehow found a trade partner for Sanchez, his cap number is still going to be high. It would be $8.9 million plus the amount of money the Jets had to pay of his 2013 salary. No team is going to trade for Sanchez unless the Jets eat a significant portion of his $8.25 million salary.If the Jets cut Sanchez, the cap charge would be at least $12.4 million in 2013 with a post-June 1 designation.All of that means the Jets already have a large amount of money tied up in the quarterback position. There is also the cost of the trade. The Seahawks are most likely going to get a mid-round draft pick for Flynn. With so many holes to fill, can the Jets realistically trade away draft picks ?

There is an idea Carroll might trade Flynn for Sanchez because he coached Sanchez at USC. Forget it. Carroll said Monday that Seattle realizes it needs to find a backup with a similar skill set to Wilson so that if he gets injured it does not need to revamp its offense. Sanchez is not running any zone-read-option plays.“It’s a good point and we’ve talked a lot about that,” Carroll said. “It would be nice to have another guy who might be able to be a factor in that way. There’s some really good kids out there. We’ll see.”

* The Jets interviewed Stanford offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton yesterday for their coordinator opening, according to a source. The team has interviewed Hamilton, Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and former Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, according to sources.

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 08:16 AM

No more USC QB's please time to go in another direction at QB. Campbell,Vick or Smith I want Michael Vick as Jet QB. We get Vick and we are instant SB contenders again.
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Posted 18 January 2013 - 12:21 PM

Nick Foles could be available. If so, this is worth exploring.
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Posted 18 January 2013 - 12:29 PM

Nick Foles could be available. If so, this is worth exploring.


Not really. He'd cost a draft pick to acquire (we shouldn't be doing that) and there is nothig about him that screams improvement or franchise QB.

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