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  1. I voted taking a QB in rounds 2 or 3. With the draft being so far away, at this point, just from his college career, I would want that pick to be Brett Hundley. Hundley has size, athleticism and raw talent. The Bruins offense averaged 468 yards per game. He completed 259 of 368 passes for a completion rate of 70.4 percent, for 3,019 yards. He had 21 touchdown with five interceptions. He has skills running the football as well. I understand accuracy is an issue even though the numbers say otherwise. I am not comparing him to Russell Wilson but they seem similar to me. Hundley looks
  2. FYI I am a new poster. The OP was my first on this site. Just want to show I'm a happy Jet fan with this hire. Hopefully this works out
  3. http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/158555/a-players-perspective-on-falcons-coaching-candidate-todd-bowles Last season, Bowles' defense ranked sixth in the NFL in yards allowed per game, and first against the run, while allowing the fewest yards in team history for a 16-game season (1,351). This past season, the Cardinals were 24th in yards allowed per game and 13th in rushing yards allowed, but still made a quite an impact on a playoff team. Bowles’ crew boasted the league’s fifth-best scoring defense (18.7 ppg.) and third-best red-zone percentage (43.9 percent). Bowles is
  4. If it is true that Mike MacCagnan is now our new GM, wouldn't it make sense that the GM would like to meet the new head coach. I think the search could have lead to the head coach being hired first, but now that we have a GM in place, the GM will now have say into who the new head coach will be.
  5. It would be an interesting if Chris Grier came to the Jets, and Tanny signs on with the Dolphins.
  6. Wrote this in another post that got derailed. Putting it here because my personal preference is Bowles as next head coach. Bowles is a New Jersey Native, Elizabeth High School. Bowles was a member of the Green Bay player personnel staff from 1995–1996 under GM Ron Wolf. Apparently Charlie Casserley loves Todd Bowles as a coach. Charlie is quoted from 2012 saying "Todd can adapt to a lot of things. He's an experienced defensive coach who relates well with players, a smart guy who has worked in a lot of systems. This guy's a good coach." There are concerns about going with a d
  7. I believe Bowles went 2-1 that season as the interim HC. Also think one of the victories came against the Jets. May be mistaken
  8. Not Rich Eisen. I run a faster 40. RES New York is my company.
  9. Dan Quinn has had great accomplishments in Seattle. However, he's running a defense that has 5 to 6 pro bowl calibers players starting. Now that is not Quinn's fault, you coach the players you have. However on the flip side, Bowles has had to overcome a lot of adversity this season with all the injuries to his side of the ball. He's kept the unit top 5, and is a huge reason the Cardinals are in the playoffs. The going will be tough next season, and I want a coach who can keep it together, and competitive. The main reason for the original post was to show the history Bowles has had wi
  10. It's true, who cares where the next coach grew up. I only threw that in there because it may help with recruiting Bowles. I think Bowles is a hot commodity right now and it may make a difference in his decision making
  11. Bowles is a New Jersey Native, Elizabeth High School. Bowles was a member of the Green Bay Packers' player personnel staff from 1995–1996 under GM Ron Wolf. Apparently Charlie Casserley loves Todd Bowles as a coach. Charlie is quoted from 2012 saying "Todd can adapt to a lot of things. He's an experienced defensive coach who relates well with players, a smart guy who has worked in a lot of systems. This guy's a good coach." There are concerns about going with a defensive coordinator but found this quote which does not mean much but if hired, I find comfort with it. "He's a geniu
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