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  1. 63 points
    Get it over with. No more of these inexperienced coaches. McCarthy and Darnold = 10 wins is now a bad season. Brady and Belly will soon be riding off into the sunset. Take this division.
  2. 17 points
    I would LOVE Williams as DC no matter who the next HC is. He'll right that (mostly) lazy and underperforming ship.
  3. 16 points
    You mother****ers better make this happen! Do it!! Do it NOW!! If you **** this up and hire Matt ******* Rhule or Todd Monkey so you can low ball at HC and pay a guy $3M a year to continue this goddamn sh*tshow we've been subjected to for 50 years while pissing away the ******* GIFT this clown shoes franchise got in Darnold, I will come for you! You heard me Chris...yeah, you too Mike. Get your heads out of your ass and get this sh*t done. Pay the man. Help him find his kids a snotty private school and a tutor....and buy them some friends or something to make them happy. Lets go! Dont **** this up! He WANTS TO COME HERE!! Do you hear me?? He wants the job! How unbelievable is THAT! No more obscure coordinators with a FCS level coaching staff! Real, ACTUAL NFL coaching!! My God, man! What are you waiting for!? https://youtu.be/FQRW0RM4V0k
  4. 16 points
    Seriously. He withdraws about as well as Philip Rivers.
  5. 15 points
  6. 14 points
    Every good Baker needs a Kitchen, I guess.
  7. 13 points
    Easy solution. Fire Maccagnan. Problem solved...
  8. 12 points
    Jamal Adams would clean up in bounty cash with this guy.
  9. 11 points
    If true, this means Chris Johnson is NOT willing to take away power away from Maccagnan. What a f***ing coward. Enjoy your year off from coaching, McCarthy. Wish our owner had balls.
  10. 11 points
    Nope, I’ve been following pretty much all day. So the skinny basically is, the Jets HC search has been cut down to McCarthy, Rhule, Gase and Monken...and I should consider that a “disaster” why, exactly? A bunch of highly respected, offensive minded coaches? That certainly beats the piss out of where we were 4 years ago, breaking down the positives and negatives of the likes of Todd Bowles, Dan Quinn and Doug Marrone.
  11. 10 points
    you mean u dont want a guy who went 7-6 and Baylor, beat no ranked teams, and lost to Liberty? thats not the same as above?
  12. 10 points
    two years removed from NFC Championship… yeah he stinks. the year after went 15-1… yeah he stinks. 18 playoff games in 12 full seasons… who wants that 10 playoff wins in same time frame… barf
  13. 10 points
    Peter Principle in action. It goes to show how vastly different the responsibilities are for a Coordinator vs a Head Coach, and why its smart to exercise caution before hiring any Coordinator to take on a HC job. I made this analogy in another thread: It's like taking your most brilliant car mechanic and asking him to manage the shop. He goes from exclusively working on cars to now having to handle payroll, customer service complaints, task management, and bottom line business decisions. Two very different jobs. Much the same way, when you hire a Coordinator to a HC job, he no longer is worrying about teaching technique. He's leaving that to others, and becomes the CEO of the day to day operations of the entire roster. He needs to be able to have input on every aspect of the team, without micro-managing the Coordinators. He has to worry about optics and team discipline. He no longer can interact with his players the same way he did as a Coordinator, since he'll have to make some tough decisions on which players to cut during camp. It's a totally different job, so it should be no surprise that so many guys who were terrific coordinators prove to be uncomfortable and unsuccessful as HC's.
  14. 10 points
    I can see why. All the guys he developed into monsters on the line during his tenure here. All the discipline, the accountability, sheer effort and work ethic. TB is in good hands. 😶
  15. 10 points
    This place is going to be hilarious if the Jets pass on McCarthy for Adam Gase.
  16. 10 points
    Dont you guys get it? The Johnsons have a genius plan where Matt Rhule is head coach, Mike McCarthy is OC, Kris Richard is DC, Adam Gase is QB coach, Todd Monken is WR coach, and Eric Bienemey is RB coach.
  17. 10 points
    I reall wish you would cheer for another team.
  18. 9 points
    actually...he is the only answer.
  19. 9 points
    This is why it was more important to fire Mac than Bowles folks. The GM spot is capable of doing much longer term damage
  20. 9 points
    This cannot be stressed enough. If the latest info that's been coming out is indeed true, it means our owner is putting the feelings he has for Mike Maccagnan as GM above what's best for the Jets organization. Holy f*** I hate this team.
  21. 9 points
    Cimini has an interesting breakdown on Rhule as a candidate: 1. Not an offensive coach. 2. No history of developing QBs 3. Question if he could put a staff together. 4. Losing record at Baylor. 5. Only NFL experience is as Giants OLine assistant coach So let's hire him to help Darnold!
  22. 9 points
  23. 9 points
    Hey, fun fact about Williams, he's going on his 8th job in 12 years. Think maybe there's a reason for that I dunno.
  24. 9 points
    "A" leaders hire "A" employees. "B" leaders hire "C" employees.
  25. 9 points
    This is supposed to make us feel better? I wouldn't hire a Jets fan to sweep my driveway.
  26. 9 points
    so do I. so do I. I didn't choose them, they chose me...
  27. 8 points
  28. 8 points
  29. 8 points
    IMO, it means that they're down to McCarthy and Rhule, and Rhule will cost 40% of McCarthy and doesn't threaten Macc's position.
  30. 8 points
  31. 8 points
    I sure as hell do Guy is both the best RB and best WR on the market. Not only is he going to give you 1200-1300 yards on the ground, but he’s just about as awesome of a safety valve that you could possibly provide Darnold with. You frontload the piss out of his contract, run him into the ground and then release him before he hits 30.
  32. 8 points
    If we were going to go for Hunt, the correct time would have been when he was free on waivers under a rookie contract. Bell very well may break down, but with the amount of cap room the Jets have, it's worth the risk. IMO, more so for his pass catching ability than his running ability. Giving Darnold a check down that's always open would be great.
  33. 8 points
    It's McCarthy's O. He runs it. I don't think who the offensive assistants are will make a whole lot of difference. McCarthy is really jst like Andy Reid and Sean Peyton in that regard. I'm excited by his history of hiring an experienced DC and letting him do his job. I don't think Gregg Williams will stay in Cleveland after not getting the HC job. It would be a real coup if we get him.
  34. 8 points
    Please hire the guy already so im not compelled to check my phone every 15 seconds.
  35. 8 points
    This. We can shoot for titles after this. You don't win titles if you're not this. Progress can be incremental. It doesn't all have to come in one go or nothing. We're the 1996 Jets again today. We need (IMO) a 1997 Parcells. The closest option is McCarthy.
  36. 8 points
    I honestly cant believe the anti McCarthy Jets fans....they want to pass on a guy with a better career record then Sean Payton for a guy who was 6-7 in Baylor last year and has 1 year of NFL OL coach experience. Honestly not even interested in a debate...its just stupid.
  37. 8 points
    If hes a Jets fan he probably told Johnson to hire McCarthy.
  38. 8 points
    lol Boy does this board need a real announcement so we can all in unison hate our new coach
  39. 7 points
  40. 7 points
    Tomorrow's forecast is sunny, but don't discount clouds or even rain. Still in it.
  41. 7 points
    Need something stronger than a butt-fumble here.
  42. 7 points
    This sounds like him just summarizing the vibe on Twitter rather than quoting anyone with real knowledge of the situation.
  43. 7 points
    The attempt to connect people with McVay has gone completely overboard. There were people pointing out that the Cardinals went out of their way to connect McVay and Kliff: I believe I heard on the radio this morning that the Cardinals have since revised the announcement...but the internetz never forgets. Look look!!!! He's qualified! He's friends with McVay!!!! Lolz all around
  44. 7 points
    Meh. Bruce Arians is the HC. The same guy that went 49-30-1 in Arizona (and the team fell apart as soon as he left). And he did that with the likes of Drew Stanton (13 games), Blaine Gabbert (5 games) and Ryan Lindley (2 games) at QB, sandwiching Palmer (60 games). Meaning he went 49-30-1 while being forced to roll with a substandard QB 25 % of the time. And he most certainly got the best out of an aging Carson Palmer, who'd worn out his welcome at his previous 2 stops (he only lasted 2 years in Oakland) but seemed to be well-behaved and certainly productive in his 5 years under Arians. He had the best statistical season of his career in 2015 at the age of 36 under Arians (63.7 % completions, 104.6 QB Rating). My guess is we see a rejuvenated, improved Jameis Winston in Tampa. I don't think much else matters. Bowles has a strong track record as a DC too. Maybe that was all Arians too, but he was known as one of the league's elite DC's while he was there, leading to him getting the HC job here.
  45. 7 points
    I'm sure the new theme song for the 2019 Bucs will be the Talking Heads classic "Once in a Lifetime" You may ask yourself, my God, what have I done?
  46. 7 points
  47. 7 points
    I didn't withdraw once. School clothes are much more expensive than I ever could have imagined!
  48. 7 points
    Fangio munchak sounds like a foot disease you get from walking in the rain forest for too long 😂
  49. 7 points
    Lol so he’s insane?
  50. 7 points

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