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  1. If you think about it, it is really amazing how completely different the Jets will be next year. It will sort of be hard to recognize them. All preconceived notions and historical trends and tendencies are completely out the window. This could actually lead to a few extra victories for us next year. From a fan perspective it is even greater. Think about it: 1. New Uniforms and logo so the team wont even look the same (sticking with Kelly Green, grey and blue as primary colors as my specualtion) 2. Offensive minded head coach for the first time since Al Groh. EDIT: KOTITE!!! 3. Head coach that is the polar opposite of Bowles 4. Very aggressive coaches and approach to football which is completely different than Bowles 5. An emphasis on "modern" even forward looking schematic concepts. We have been trying to be a run oriented team in the face of a changing NFL. "Ground and pound" is finally dead!! 6. A good in game coach. Gase may fail, but one thing he was good at in Miami was in game situational football which led to a VERY strong record in close games 7. Big one for me: NO QB COMPETITION. This is absolutely huge I think. Darnold could legitimately get more than twice the reps he got through OTAs and training camp then he did under "hedge your bets, I want a veteran" Bowles. The impact of this cannot be overstated. Darnold will make a huge leap from year one to two just from this 8. We have SAM DARNOLD. Seriously we have not had a QB centric team since Namath. Before many current Jets fans were even born. 9. Expect more prime time games. Yes, we sucked, but the Jets will be a new look team with one of the future QB stars in the NFL. Browns (Mayfoeld) Bills (Allen) Cowboys and Giants are all intriguing prime time games that can get good ratings. 10. Better coached. So far it looks like Gase is creating a coaching staff without fear, and one that will provide feedback to him even to a confrontation level. This is impressive. Bowles staff was so bad, there wasnt even an interim candidate 11. Players: We could see 50% turnover in the roster next year. New HC, new schemes, not many players under contract and a LOT of cap space means a very very different roster than the one we had this year. My hope is we avoid the really big ticket guys (including Bell) and use that money to create a young foundation team that is solid throughout the roster with great versatility and depth and look to find stars in the draft. I personally think trading down from #3 is a must. We are in maybe the best spot for a trade down, and we set the value last year so we can get a Top 8 pick and 3 seconds minimum for it for someone that wants the QB. If Bosa falls because of the name association we could get more 12. Post game interest: Not a huge one but pressers, the SNY post game show will all be more interesting next year 12. Last but not least: WINNING. I did not love the Gase hire, but I am starting to think Gase and Darnold will be a good marriage, the coaching staff is shaping up to be very strong. Williams Pollak and Boyer are a fantastc set of coaches for the most important non-HC staff positions, we will be younger and hungrier, and between the draft and FA we should have a much stronger roster top to bottom next year. I think we make the playoffs. Regardless it will be one of the most interesting years as a Jets fan since the first two Rex years.
    17 points
  2. Dusted off the ol’ Telescope and took some pics with iPhone, crazy...
    13 points
  3. Nope. Don't want Brady to retire. I want us to win the division with Brady still playing and BB still coaching.
    12 points
  4. It brings me no joy. Why do I watch this sh*t.
    11 points
  5. Al Groh was a defensive assistant. Gase is the Jets’ first offensive-minded head coach since Kotite!
    10 points
  6. That’s good math work Rhg1084 perhaps you can stick your big math brain in an oven the next time you contemplate starting a Patriots super bowl slurp thread here.
    10 points
  7. If Dee Ford doesn’t line up offsides the narrative would be how Tom Brady threw three interceptions in a Championship Game. Instead he is the only QB in NFL history to win 3 OT games in the postseason. Unreal. SAR I
    10 points
  8. Patriots offensive linemen get away with a lot of holding which we do not. Sent from my LGUS991 using JetNation.com mobile app
    9 points
  9. Pats had only 5 DPI all season? WTF! Skrine probably had 5 in 1 game! That stat is IMPOSSIBLE amirite?
    8 points
  10. Another year another AFC East team representing the AFC. Tough being this good. We did it again guys
    8 points
  11. Yes I imagine being a fat, ugly pasty slob living in a triple decker struggling to pay rent because the fast food joint I work at pays nothing but hey I got the Pats and the Sawx
    8 points
  12. There is no circumstance that would make me root for this garbage.
    8 points
  13. Trent Brown -very good, if Mac has a brain he breaks the bank for him Dee Ford - Overrated
    7 points
  14. I agree with what Bill Belichick has said all along about replay. For 2 decades in fact. Every single play should be eligible for booth review. No exceptions.
    7 points
  15. Nice, this guy coached Dallas's OL from 2013-2017, when it was one of the best units in the league.
    7 points
  16. Nobody ever hits him. Chiefs SUPPOSEDLY had the 2nd most sacks after the Steelers & he ate a ham sandwich back there again. Was there 1 holding call on the Pats last night? Pats are the only team that every year has the greatest Oline in the NFL filled with NO NAMES who do nothing after they leave.
    7 points
  17. That Phantom roughing 15 yards 1st down helped a bit too. But my god, the KC defense was abysmal. No way in hell they run up the middle vs the Rams like they did against the Chiefs. Did Chris Jones get back in after being injured.
    7 points
  18. It pains me to say this but as long as Tom Brady puts on a uniform, there is no bright side for the Jets or anyone in the AFC is concerned. I hate the Patriots as much as anyone but you have to acknowledge greatness when you see it.
    7 points
  19. No. I want him to wither , fester and rot. Not go out a winner.
    7 points
  20. He's a great Qb but they are cheaters. They did THAT to themselves and it will hang around their necks forever.
    7 points
  21. When Burkhead scored I opened my phone and finally deleted the text thread—compiled over three years—between me and my ex-girlfriend because I figured I’d eat all this misery at the same time.
    7 points
  22. I've actually thought for a few years now most NFL officials should actually be on the field at all anymore. They are in a room in the stadium where they cannot be influenced by coaches or crowd. Have cameras at every angle and then following the play. Still have 2 or 3 on the field to call plays dead and announce penalties etc. Everything else comes through the officials watching.
    7 points
  23. It’s simple to fix. The coach should be able to challenge any play no matter what’s the outcome is to see if there is something blatantly wrong with a call or non call and the referee upstairs should be able to stop the game and have the head guy review any play to make sure the same thing. It’s not rocket science.
    7 points
  24. Got this one myself using my brother's girlfriend's camera.
    6 points
  25. That place is Scranton....with clams
    6 points
  26. Yeah, but you have to live in Boston.
    6 points
  27. The Rams will win. This is all fixed.
    6 points
  28. No....patriots are winning another superbowl
    6 points
  29. Surprised they pointed that out. A statistical impossibility without manipulation.
    6 points
  30. 5 DPI's the entire season for the pats. get the **** out of here
    6 points
  31. Jets CREATED Brady in 2001 Jets and Greg Williams WILL DESTROY BRADY in 2019
    6 points
  32. It’s late and it’s cold, but you should go look at this sh*t. It’s creepy
    5 points
  33. Seriously, he might not have been able to perform when it matter most in the playoffs (see his well documented losses as a player) but the dude knew what was happening and what he was supposed to do in every situation, or he certainly does in his new role as color. I'm not sure he is really making calls that aren't to someone that played the QB position but I seriously doubt any of our QB coaches or Off Coordinators (bates Morty whatever all of them) ever could do what Tony is doing. It wouldn't be much of a jump to get him coaching. He is not just calling plays, but diagnoses it in real time better than the teams coaches calling the plays in real time. Tell me one coach that we have had in the last decade that could consistently know what was happening and call plays that even sort of seemed like they had a chance during a season. Tony is sitting here calling plays, telling them if it would work and what they should be doing. Maybe I just am pisst but damn love to have Tony on our sideline with Darnold. That is the type of voice I like in his ear as a coach.
    5 points
  34. Lol the jets are doormats to the patriots what else is there to say? Ahh I know what you’d like to hear... the pats are cheaters! Right? Feel better now
    5 points
  35. Any Jets fan who roots for anything but horrible things for any member of the AFC East has to have their Jets fandom called into question.
    5 points
  36. 5 points
  37. Matt, while this is a salient point, please note that we’re up in this thread contemplating mass suicide so maybe the sophistry can wait until after the apocalypse moon thing, you insensitive son of a bitch.
    5 points
  38. Perhaps the biggest unforced stupid penalty in NFL history, and zero sacks. Wouldn't give this guy $10 to walk my dog for fear he'd eff that up.
    5 points
  39. Refs took over the playoffs tonight. Awful.
    5 points
  40. Everything in my life is okay again!!!
    5 points
  41. PI and roughing the QB. It makes the game un watchable. Every week there are huge mistakes that swing a game.
    4 points
  42. Read the Game thread today, Saints robbery was covered in detail. NFL wanted LA v Boston. No doubt.
    4 points
  43. We should have offered Romo the HC job. He routinely knew exactly what the Pats were going to do.
    4 points
  44. Hell hath no fury like a muffin top scorned
    4 points
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