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He bounced back vs. the Giants.  He was all over the field.  Ellis didnt look great vs. the Lions either.  So, if anything, its nice to see Harrison turn it around and really elevate his level of play.

 

If Harrison is actually a player, the flexibility that Rex will have with this DL is going to be fun to watch.

 

Speaking of which, has anyone had an Antonio Garay sighting?   This guy was all kinds of hyped when the Jets first signed him.  I think he has one tackle in 3 games. 

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The only scenarios that I could see where Idzik's having input into who starts for the Jets at QB this year being a problem are as follows:

 

1) Idzik is a control freak on the order of Mangini and we just don't know it yet.  He thus continually tells his HC who to start. (I don't see that happening.)

2) Head coaching candidates next season fear that Idzik will interfere with their decisions and decline to be interviewed for the Jets' HC opening.

3) He forces them to start Geno because he knows that Sanchez sucks, that the fanbase will rebel if Sanchez starts, and because he's impatient.  He could allow his desires to replace Sanchez and see Geno succeed to overwhelm what his eyes and common sense tell him...i.e., that Geno isn't ready and it would be detrimental to him and his future to throw him to the wolves now.

 

If any of those things happen, then I'll agree with you, but unless or until they do, he's "innocent until proven guilty" and gets the benefit of the doubt.

 

ill bookmark this thread then. 2 already is in progress.

 

you all are giving this guy too much benefit of doubt. He signed about 10 free agents, half of which are absolute trash. Oh don't worry there's gonna be more cap space next year and he will do a better job. He forced Rex to play Geno, oh don't worry the next guy will be smarter than Rex and he won't have to interfere as much. We don't have to wait until next year to evaluate idzik. We can just look at highlights of Dewan Landry choking on David Wilson's dust. Oh don't worry there will be more cap space next year so Idzik will sign a safety who can run faster than 4.8. the only sure good thing Idzik so far has done is draft Sheldon Richardson. Almost all his other moves have washed out. 

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Speaking of which, has anyone had an Antonio Garay sighting?   This guy was all kinds of hyped when the Jets first signed him.  I think he has one tackle in 3 games. 

 

 

sorry we can't evaluate Idzik until Rex is fired and Geno learns the dimensions of an endzone. It wouldn't be fair. 

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sorry we can't evaluate Idzik until Rex is fired and Geno learns the dimensions of an endzone. It wouldn't be fair. 

 

 

And this has to do with Antonio Garay, How?

 

 

Edit:  Oh never mind I see what you were doing.  ...................................................I think

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Speaking of which, has anyone had an Antonio Garay sighting?   This guy was all kinds of hyped when the Jets first signed him.  I think he has one tackle in 3 games. 

 

Yeah, he got tackled by the left OG late in the game.  Drew the penalty.  Looks fast against 3rd stringers. 

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Ftr I do not think that Ryan was committed to Sanchez.  He may be a bit of a nut, but he's not crazy.  If he wants to come back next year he will play the best Qb he has. 

 

Conspiracy theorists might have a point if Smith has so far shown much.  But he hasn't. 

 

This is frankly a sh*te storm, since we know Sanchez is awful and other than maybe Marty helping him a bit here and there is not lkely to be materially better than last year.  Does that mean putting Smith in there right now is the right move?  No.

 

Going to be a rough season, i fear...

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Ftr  I meant Rex has not been committed to Sanchez this off season.  Yea he was way too much at times in the past.  I don't think he's that much of an idiot to be so now.  To the contrary I think he put Sanchez in there in hopes Sanchez could show he definintely clearly beyond question should start against TB, to give Rex cover for the decision that was otherwise going to be made anyway until Sanchez got hurt.

 

It backfired on him, but Smith is not ready anyway. 

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