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  1. 5 hours ago, JohnnyD said:

    Not a great fan of Gase, but if Tannehill was better before Gase then why did Tannehill's yards per attempt, yards per completion, completion percentage, TD:INT ratio, and QB rating (93.1 vs. 85.2) all improve under "the Fraud"?

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    love it when poster start I'm not a fan of Gase but post fake news to defend him.  

    Two season prior to the Fraud taking over the Dolphins Tannehill 2014            4,045 yards 27TD 12 INT in 16 games

                                                                                                                                 2015    4208  Yards 24 TD 12 INT 16 games

    Two season of Tannehill playing for the Fraud                                                    2016    2995 Yards 19 TD 12 INT in 13 games

                                                                                                                                 2018   1979 Yards  17 TD   9 INT in 11 games 

     

    Under Arthur Smith a rookie OC                                                                           2019   2747 Yards   22 TD   6 INT  in 12 games

    Tannehill regressed under the Fraud lost his job was traded and had to prove himself again.  

    The same scenario that the Fraud took over in Miami, it is the same scenario that landed him with the Jets to improve on a talented young QB.  During those 5 years his offense ranked at the bottom of the league, if I'm not mistaken the highest has been 26 with last year coming DEAD LAST.  

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  2. 1 minute ago, SAR I said:

    It’s not trolling because there is no way you were taking about Coach Gase who just finished one of the best seasons a Jets coach ever had. 

    SAR I

    7-9 and record setting for losing to NOT ONE BUT TWO WINLESS TEAMS? Those cheap wins against crappy teams with third string QB and the last game against backups that became a defensive duel.  Isn't he a " QB worshiper"  LMAO. 

    Imagine if the Fraud would had taken the Jets to a few Championship game like sexy rexy. 

  3. 26 minutes ago, Augustiniak said:

    It’s amazing how everyone dismisses that tannehill was good with gase when he was healthy.  Put an efficient qb on a team with a good OL and rb and this is what can happen.

    If there’s a takeaway it’s that Mariotta is terrible.   

    Tannehill was much better before the Fraud.  He was brought in to elevate Tannehill and ended up with Tanny being traded, benched and just another first round bust until Vrabel had enought with Mariota.  Tannehill became the highest passer rating in the league.  Do you honestly with a straight face believe that the Fraud could had done that?

     

    Tannehill was better before the Fraud regressed under him and became better after him.  

    #FACTSMATTERS

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  4. 17 minutes ago, Jetster said:

    OMG, just go away. John Elway didn't win Super Bowl until he had a running game with Terrell Davis. Learn you right freaking history. NO ONE can judge a QBs performance based on 7 completions? Lol. It's ridiculous. Now if you want to say he was great not fumbling snaps while handing off to Henry who ripped the Ravens a new azzhole or patted the defensive players backs returning to the sideline after creating ANOTHER TURNOVER? Be my guest. 

     

    But why you didn't mentioned that he threw for 2 TD and Ran for one.  It did not fall into your narrative?  If the RB is killing the other team, why messing thing up like the FRAUD (better yet Payton's personal coffee boy) who has no use for RB.  

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  5. 1 hour ago, JetsFanatic said:

    Did you know the “winless” Dolphins beat the Patriots in NE to knock them out of a “bye” week in the playoffs?

     Don’t give me weak schedule garbage, it’s the same schedule every team in the division played. 
     

    Gase did reasonably well this year. I agree Williams is a great DC. Every successful team needs a good coaching staff.

    Yes we boosted their confidence and the Bengals too? 

  6. 13 minutes ago, JetsFanatic said:

    A new HC that takes a team that hasn’t had a good draft in 10 years from 4-12 to 7-9 despite tons of injuries, you claim is not a good job? You my friend are clueless.

    Did you know the Jets set a record for getting beat twice by a winless team.  Look at the team they beat during the season. The last game they hardly beat the Bills playing with backup, if not for the super job by Williams.  

  7. 8 hours ago, GREENBEAN said:

    This is the most mind boggling piece of that whole story.  Sam is on his second in as many years. Baker Mayfield will be on his 4th in the same 2 yr period. Is there any wonder why some succeed and some just suck? 

    over 20 years in the same offense. Crazy.

    Perennial loser franchise makes stupid moves almost all the time like the Jets and Browns, take last year, they both swing and missed big time  in hiring their HC.  
     

    The best and most accomplished in all aspect from grooming young talented QB to winning SB was passed over a QB coach who had not done anything other than QB coach for Baker for one season.  The Jets hired a Fraud whose somehow all his talented players as coach of the Dolphins regressed and then became better after him.  
     

    By the time the Fraud was done in Miami his talented QB was traded then benched and had to start over in his career after just throwing for 4,000 yards and averaging 26 TD for two seasons prior to Payton’s coffee boy taking over in Miami.

  8. 1 hour ago, Scoop24 said:

    Tannehill played 24 out of 48 games under Gase. You guys love to post hot takes without context. 
     

    im not even Gase supporter and didn’t want him hired and wish he was fired. but y’all literally blame him for everything it’s actually kinda funny . 

    Love it when posters start their post I’m not a Gase supporter but post fake news to support him.

    Tannehill  regressed under the FRAUD in all aspect of his game look at his number pre Payton’s personal coffee boy during the FRAUD tenure and after he was fired where Tanny was considered a first round bust after the hype in his early years in Miami where he put up 4,000 years 26 TD for two consecutive years before the Fraud took over.

  9. 1 hour ago, Maxman said:

     

    But by the time FRAUD is fired and we start assessing his damages, Sam could very well be on another team.  Payton’s personal coffee boy has a thing for remarkable improving his former players after he is no longer coaching them.

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  10. On 1/9/2020 at 12:30 PM, FlagmanL11 said:

    Don't leave out Aaron Rodgers, who would have been available if the Jets did not trade their 1st rd pick for Doug Jolley.  Sad to think of the losers they took at times when they need a QB.   JD better not continue the pathetic draft record the Jets have had..... 

    At the time, I opened a thread on the now defunct ESPN forum for the Jets to move back into the first round to acquire Rodgers.   Then, again these are the Jets and you are a perennial loser franchise by making idiotic decisions almost all the time.  Last dumb decision passing over a proven great offensive genius SB winner over a fraud.  That decision probably set the Jets back at least two years.  

  11. 8 hours ago, Mogglez said:

    Full podcast: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/barstool-sports/laces-out

    Highlights from Mangold via Reddit:

    • The O Line made him and Brick do the annual rookie dinner in Bermuda because they knew they had to take advantage of having two first round picks that got big signing bonuses.

    • Favre liked it here, but he was never all in because he wanted to be on an NFC North team so he could get back at Green Bay

    • He liked the team moving from Hofstra to Florham Park because it was more convenient logistics wise, but he thinks the team should do more LI outreach like one week of training camp there or a full fledged fan fest in the spring.

    • He and Colon hate James Dolan for ruining the Manhattan stadium, feeling it was perfect for all the fans and everyone could’ve just switched from tailgating to hanging out at bars before the game.

    • Rex Ryan’s system was great for a veteran team where the players could police themselves, but when they started rebuilding with younger guys who didn’t have that discipline it went to hell

    • He didn’t mind the Revis holdout because it allowed him and some others to get better contracts

    • Tebow wasn’t liked in the locker room. Everyone thought that the team should’ve focused on getting Mark actual weapons and better QB coaching

    • He feels the team should’ve resigned Edwards and let Holmes walk because Edwards had a better rapport with Mark.

    • Bowles was a bit of a letdown because he was hyped as a Parcells disciple, but did nothing to mimic his discipline

    • He’s bitter towards Maccagnan not because he cut him, but because he did it while he was on vacation in Disney World

    Everything right on point.  
     

    The Jets hired a clown in Bowles with no discipline that lasted an incredible 4 years.  

    Dolan and Sheldon ruined what could had been a great experience for Jets fan building the WS stadium. 

    Macc was an a....hole from the very beginning.

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  12. 14 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

    Richard is the guy who should have been hired by the Jets.  Caldwell is mediocre in my opinion.  Good coach, but he's a safe choice like Mike McCarthy (another guy I didn't want).  Bieniemy has some challenges from my understanding.....there may be some background or off-the-field stuff preventing him from being given the keys to a team.  I don't know for sure but it was mentioned yesterday on NFL Radio that "there are some things that are scaring teams off from making him the face of the team at the podium."

    Regarding Vance Joseph and Gase, I agree about their similar track records yet receiving different second chances, but I'll go back to something I just posted here earlier....do we think the offense/defense trend has anything to do with it?  The McVay aura that was red hot last year seemed to influence the hiring of "offensive-minded" HCs, especially for teams with young QBs (Arizona and Kingsbury, Cleveland and Kitchens, Jets and Gase, etc.).  I'm curious about the up-and-coming minority coaches from the offensive side of the ball....as I said, Richard certainly seems like one of the guys who will soon break through.

    Better choice than MM, child please. Richard will need to reinvent himself after the Cowboys secondary implosion last year.  I saw two Dallas games this year the one against the Jets and the Bills.  Even mediocre passer Josh Allen completed 85% of his passes against his secondary.  

  13. 15 hours ago, T0mShane said:

    The guy who inherited Aaron Rodgers 

    Before he was inherited, no team wanted to touch this guy who was viewed at the time as a clear certified bust coming out of college  before GB took a chance at the bottom of the first round.  MM took over and resurrected Bret Favre’s career, then GB let go Favre and MM worked wonders for ingrate Aaron including winning a SB.  
     

    But here you are diminishing this man great accomplishment because you can’t stand the guy.  But because you love the trash Todd Bowles you regard him as a great coach.   

    Im still waiting at your prediction of Bowles getting the Redskin HC job Or it been taken lol and many teams lining up to hire him after his remarkable job at last ranked TB defense.

  14. 32 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

    Strange that Richard wasn't even interviewed this time around, at least not from what I saw.  I get that Jason Garrett was on his way out, but that shouldn't have impacted Richard's reputation.  He was the DB Coach AND Passing Game Coordinator this year, a year where Dak Prescott had his best season in the league.  And of course he was in charge of the Legion of Boom in Seattle.

    Then again based on what I mentioned in the OP, perhaps it isn't all that surprising that Richard wasn't a consideration. Hell, Richard was even passed up for a promotion for his own team.  He wasn't elevated to DC.  Mike Nolan got that job.  I get that McCarthy and Nolan have a long relationship, but that's kind of the point:  This is still a "good old boys" league.  Nepotism and Despotism rule the hiring process, and minority coaches tend to get factored out of those relationships.

    I understand your point but the Cowboys is the last example you should give.  They underachieve this year.  The secondary was a joke.  MM was the premier HC this year.  They hire the most qualified HC, a smart move by a smart organization and Mike Nolan have been one of the best defensive mind in the NFL.  

  15. And where are those here, you know who you are, who kept swearing that MM will never get another job and always kept bringing where is MM coaching? Well, he got the most prestige HC in the league, the Cowboys.  I guess the NY media couldn't fly out to Dallas and prevent JJ from hiring this guy. 

    MM was interested in two teams last year the Brown and the Jets.  Both teams needed a MM to develop their young talented QB and both failed ultra predictable miserable in choosing their HC.  One owner is so desperate to win that he cut his losses and fired the guy, our clown will evaluate after two more losing season. The odd for both moribund franchise to made the right decision last year was about 2%. It is why we, the Browns are perenial loser franchise. 

    I remember the time when Bob Kraft bought the Patriots in the mid 90's and he started making decision that was not in par with that franchise history.  

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