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  1. I know it’s only January but this thread has to be in the running for dumbest thread of 2019!
  2. Joejet

    Why no OC announcement yet?

    My guess is that as soon as Loggains is let go by the Dolphins he will be hired by Gase. He knows the offense and would be able to hit the ground running. I would prefer someone with new ideas to mesh with what Gase runs but I can certainly understand why he would want the continuity.
  3. Joejet

    Why no OC announcement yet?

    Plus they started the season with the immortal Mike Glennon at qb!
  4. Joejet

    Cowboys fire OC Scott Linehan

    Payton is under contract through 2020 so it would cost him huge in draft picks to make that happen.
  5. Joejet

    Okay... it has to be Josh Allen

    Good thing we didn’t use that logic last year; I remember the last qb we took from USC....
  6. If you have to preface it with “it’s not a complaint”, it probably is.
  7. Thanks Helen, what a great kid.
  8. This was on Bleacher Report It looks like a couple of Adam Gase’s former colleagues will be joining him in New York. According to a report by SiriusXM radio host Alex Marvez, Kris Kocurek and Frank Bush are expected to follow Gase from the Dolphins to the Jets. In Miami, Kocurek coached the defensive line, while Bush worked with the linebackers. A former defensive tackle with the Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans, Kocurek spent one year working with Gase in Miami. Prior to that, he spent nine years in Detroit as the Lions’ defensive line coach. There, he helped turn players such as Ndomakung Suh and Nick Fairley into All-Pro selections. Bush is a veteran of the profession who has worked as an assistant coach since 1993. A fifth-round selection of the Houston Oilers in 1985, Bush was forced to retire only a year into his career due to a narrow spinal canal, which made it too risky for him to continue playing. Following his retirement, Bush became a college scout for the Oilers, a role in which he remained from 1987-1992. A year later, he became Houston’s linebackers coach and stayed with the team until 1995. Since then, Bush has worked with the Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, Los Angeles Rams and most recently, the Miami Dolphins. With the Texans, Bush worked as Houston’s defensive coordinator from 2009-2010. Since 2017, he has served as Miami’s assistant head coach and linebackers coach. Kocurek and Bush are the first member of Gase’s staff with the Dolphins to follow him to New York. There could be more on the way, as Gase’s offensive coordinator in 2018, Dowell Loggains, has been linked to the Jets. With the news that the Jets are on the verge of hiring Gregg Williams as their defensive coordinator and the expected additions of Kocurek and Bush, New York’s defensive staff is beginning to come together. Vacancies remain in the secondary and at outside linebacker, but those will likely be filled once Williams officially takes over.
  9. They probably won’t make any announcement over the weekend so as not to interfere with the playoffs. It seems to be an unwritten NFL rule so you probably won’t get an announcement until Monday, assuming that there is an announcement to make.
  10. You gotta admit, the first few years were fun!
  11. Joejet

    Adam Gase Presser - Monday

    Rex, now lets go get a gd snack!
  12. Maybe I’ve been a Jets fan too long, 54 years, but I always think the worst and hope I’m wrong.
  13. Wrong Gruden, I’m talking about Jay Gruden in Washington. The Redskins are also interested in Gregg Williams.
  14. Money talks and Gruden is on thin ice, a bad start and Williams could get bumped to interim HC again.
  15. I hope you’re right.

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