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  1. I suspect this was just an in-game, in the moment venting of frustration between a coach and his QB, but if it's actually more than that and Darnold is no longer drinking the Gase kool aid, you can bet your bottom dollar that Gase will be gone. Get your popcorn and stay tuned, folks.
  2. Darnold is the real deal and cannot be expected to win games all by himself. I thought he did a good job of standing tall in the pocket when he had to and scrambled well when it was necessary. His feet were not as "happy" as they have been previously. He's gotten better the second half of the season. He is a year younger than the likely Heisman trophy winner this year. A better roster in 2020 will prove Darnold is legit once and for all.
  3. My hot take - the Jets roster is terrible AND Gase is a terrible HC. They are not mutually exclusive. It doesn't have to be one or the other as some here seem to think. Assuming the GM does a decent job of upgrading the personnel, doesn't blow the draft, and the owners don't sack Gase, next year is the year that we see if Gase sinks or swims with this team. No excuses in 2020.
  4. Darnold gonna shred the Ravens D tonight. Granted, I've had a few cocktails at lunch this afternoon but this sounds quite reasonable to me at the moment. Go Jets!
  5. I'm really not sure what the issue with Bell is. Is it our poor OL, is he just not finding the holes quick enough, or has the HC failed to cater the run offense more conducive to his style? Is it a combination of all of these things? My gut tells me that with a bad OL, a running back who is more explosive is probably a better fit as they can hit the small and quickly disappearing run lanes. I think an improved OL next year Bell will return to his former glory and allow Gase to commit to the running game more. Then again, I could be wrong.
  6. I think the Jets will hang tough against the Ravens if Sam doesn't get his happy feet back and try to do too much. We also need to put a spy on Jackson and dare him to beat us with his arm. If Darnold stays poised and actually pulls down the ball and runs when the opportunity is there instead of throwing low percentage passes, I think we're in this game until the end.
  7. Dedicate the majority of the draft to OL and lWR and augment each position via free agency. Might not get done in one year but the offense in 2020 can look very different with smart moves and picks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. As much as I think the offense should be priority #1 this offseason, I agree with others here who state that cashing in Adams for a few lottery tickets in the draft might not be the best move. I think the offense can be addressed enough without having to trade Adams.
  9. I'll augment my comment - It's been a circus with an incompetent, OL ignoring, coffee swilling jagoff GM with clueless owners and a wooden, uninspiring HC and now a crazy eyed offensive "guru" who lost to TWO - 0-7+ plus teams in the same year. How's that?
  10. I'm not sure where to begin. Have you been watching this team for the last 5 years?
  11. Not enough room in our circus tent for this clown. Hard pass.
  12. The 2019 Jets stink but Gase has done nothing to inspire any kind of confidence in him going forward. We all know that a pile of injuries and a swiss cheese roster have built in enough excuses to get this clown another year to prove himself, and that is why the Jets will never be a top flight organization - they ALWAYS kick the can down the road instead of making the hard decisions when they actually need to be made.
  13. If the Jets lose the Dolphins game: 1- the team has finally quit on Gase 2 - Gase is not a good HC 3 - The Johnson's will have to rethink their confidence in Gase going into next year
  14. Prior to the season starting, if we were to have predicted that with a rookie HC, a team would be the first in NFL history to lose to TWO 0-7+ teams this season, I don't think ANYONE here would believe that the rookie HC would survive for a 2nd season. What do we think now? Bad personnel and bad execution every week are definitely contributing factors, but when it comes to coaching, I believe that if you're not 100% convinced that the HC is the answer after year 1, you need to immediately move on and not waste 4 Bowles type years before making a move.
  15. We didn't see the Cowboys or the Raiders coming either. The Jets have notoriously won late season games to spoil their draft position, and I feel that they'll do it again this year. Not rooting against this, mind you, just feel that this season has been so up and down and that it has one more "up" left. Truth be told, I hope they win out and Darnold becomes the talk of the NFL going into next year.

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