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  1. 18 hours ago, Integrity28 said:

    I’ve said all along, Sam’s built for that old Shanahan offense. Be a perfect fit for his skill set.

    I think Darnold would do really well in the type of offense that Joe Bugel ran with Washington when they won the Superbowl.  Joe Theisman worked to an ideal in that offense because he could move as well as Darnold can, and he can trow on the move.  That offense specialized in moving the pocket.  Play action was tremendous and the running game had opposing defenses throwing fits with all the line motion.  They ran counter-gap better than any other pro team I have seen since then.  It also sets the table for some long bombs to be completed.   It would be PERFECT for Sam.  All they need is bunch of hogs.  

  2. 17 hours ago, BornJetsFan1983 said:

    This doesn't make any sense to me. So he out it all together only after Gase was out of his life?

    Well let's get rid of Gase so all.of our players can utilize what they have totally learned from him.

    Sorry pal the world doesn't work that way. That's like crediting Obama for Trumps economy or crediting bush for Obamas...sorry not political, just can't think of better example...

    Gase is terrible coach


    Good grief.  Don't you get it ??? Gase is probably a good QB coach, but despite that, he cant run a team or even an offense.

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    Interesting thought.  Not many pro teams carry a fullback these days, but they can come in handy. Can the economy of using a single roster spot for a stater that can double as a full back spark new consideration for teams in the draft and players in college ???

    I can see positions like LB, DE, DT, OG, OT, C possibly developing that skill set AND FB skill set too.

    It would add a lot of value to that payers marketability and it would be a great help to an NFL team to have a monster FB for short yardage, goal line, decoy *without* having to use a roster spot for a dedicated FB 


  4. 1 hour ago, Patriot Killa said:

    I’m so jealous right now.

    Mike McCarthy was suppose to come here and mold Darnold into Rodgers 2.0

    He would of gotten Sam’s mechanics fine tuned and ready to go.

    Right.  But McCarthy is a HC that "runs the show".  The Johnson's would not be able to meddle.  That is why they would not hire him regardless of how much better of a choice he was vs. the con man they hired.

  5. 33 minutes ago, Larz said:

    Gase has a history of QBs getting injured from all of his empty sets and long developing routes. 

    He is a predictable play caller that doesn’t factor into his game balls plan what his players do well or poorly 

    Sam looked better in his rookie season , better pocket awareness, anticipation and mental toughness  

    Gase is still living off of that 1 year with Manning  


    the line was a joke but bell, Powell,  crowder and Anderson is enough to move the chains and manage the game with    

    bell was in the slot a ton with the Steelers not with gase

    we saw the gase doghouse effect with ty Montgomery.

    hes trash  


    He is trash as a HC and needs to go.  

    The problem is... He is not trash as a personal promoter. 


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  6. 6 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:


    Are you saying that now that Tannehill is in Tennessee with a different playbook, new coaches and new teammates he's ignoring most of that and recalling what he learned with Gase?  Why didn't he just use what Gase taught him while he was still in Miami and actually working with Gase?

    Because Gase cant run a team or even an offense.  He may be good as a position coach, and that seems to be what he uses to sell himself, but he does not have the tools to succeed as a HC and probably as an OC either 

    This is not a vote for Gase as HC.  Quite the opposite.  

    I'm explaining how he's been able to con Johnson with a pitch that professional salesman call "successive issues" 


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  7. My Ideal Scenario:

    Jets land Costanzo in FA.   LT is *SET* 

    Jets draft Wirfs or Wills with the # 11 for RT.  MUCH Prefer Wirfs for his mobility and flexibility. With Darnold, you'll want a mobile line that can move the pocket. 

    Harrison stays on as the starting center, or competes for the starting job with the other interior lineman including additional interior lineman that you pick-up in rounds 4-7 or in FA

    Jets pick up two other inside offensive lineman between the 4th and 7th round or FA   Consideration with those picks is given to players that can best fit into an aggressive man-blocking scheme that can move the pocket for Darnold. Then, and all their inside lineman fight it out in camp for starting C, RG and LG.

    Jets use second and third round picks on WR and DB

    Second Scenario:

    Jets fail to or don't even try to land Costanzo.

    They draft Wirfs at # 11 and make him the starting LT (I DON'T LIKE WILLS AS A LT)

    Beachum becomes the starting RT

    Harrison stays on as the starting center, or competes for the starting job with the other interior lineman including the additional interior lineman that you pick-up in rounds 4-7 or FA

    Jets pick up two other inside offensive lineman between the 4th and 7th round. or FA   Consideration with those picks is given to players that can best fit into an aggressive man-blocking scheme that can move the pocket for Darnold. Then, and all their inside lineman fight it out in camp for starting C, RG and LG.

    Jets use second and third round picks on WR and DB

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  8. 20 minutes ago, PepPep said:

    The Draft Network Mock Dec. 30th. Kyle Crabbs has us PASSING on Jeudy and taking the THIRD O-lineman off the board, which I think makes a ton of sense and its Wirfs- OT out of Iowa. I think we are going to be seeing a lot of Wirfs slotted to the Jets.  



    Tristan Wirfs

    OT, Iowa

    The New York Jets are reportedly investing in identifying offensive linemen to help build protection for quarterback Sam Darnold. Alabama’s Jedrick Wills may be the best pass protector eligible, but Tristan Wirfs may be the most well balanced up front of the offensive tackles. There's only one logical choice based on the board. This is the way.

    1. Cincy- Burrows

    2. Wash- Young

    3. Lions- Okudah

    4. Giants- Thomas

    5. Dolphins- Tua

    6. Chargers- Herbert

    7. Panthers- Brown

    8. Cards- Lamb

    9. Jags- Simmons

    10. Browns- Wills

    11. Jets- Wirfs

    12. Raiders- Jeudy

    Wirfs would be a good pick, especially if they cant lure Costanzo in FA.  IMHO, Wirfs will make the better pro LT vs. Wills.  And that is what they will need if Joe D. does not go hard to land Costanzo

  9. 4 minutes ago, K_O_Brien said:

    I like Castonzo, but it sounds like he is considering doing a Luck and retiring from the NFL. 


    If he does, the Colts become another team in the market for a tackle. 


    Translation... I'll make my decision after everyone waves their max offer at me... And it better be a real big offer or I'll retire...

    He is at the top of his game and has at lest 4 more seasons of elite play left in him. 

    LT is one of the positions you can and should pay $$$ for.

    If Joe D. does not make him the most generous offer, I will consider it a failure on his part.

    The Jets need a new line.  There it is for the taking.  

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  10. 37 minutes ago, Copernicus said:

    Watching Adam Gase  he is quickly beginning to remind me of Bruce Coslet. Over the top arrogant with nothing to back it up, at war with the media, not like able, alienating star players (Coslet alienated Blair Thomas and Ken O’Brien amongst others), head scratching plays (Wildcat for the first time this year on 3d and 2 with Bell?) decisions. How they handled Le’Veon Bell was absurd.

    I would have felt so much better about going 6-2 down the stretch if it was Darnald and the offense that carried the team and not necessarily the defense.

    I think I know less about this team now than before the season started. 

    Agree fully.  Coslet was my least liked Jets HC of all time.  As bad as Kotite and the Preacher were, I liked both of them as people.  Coslet was a horrible coach and a total sh*t heel to boot

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  11. On 12/29/2019 at 8:26 PM, Jetsfan80 said:

    The latter.  That's why Rhule balked.  We wanted him to hire Williams as his DC and he wanted to bring in his own guys.  

    I am about to make the stupid ass-hole comment of the year.  Perhaps the decade.

    I think Gase was a horrible choice for HC, BUT...

    I am not on board with the Rhule lovers... And here is why... And here is my comment.

    I dont like Rhule as HC material because...

    He has the face of a loser

    That's it.  That's why I don't like him for the Jets HC job


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  12. 1 hour ago, JetsLife said:

    Jets offense - essentially the worst in the NFL this season. In what is an offensive friendly league, with all kinds of gaudy numbers being put up this year and recent years.

    Yes with a tattered o-line it was near impossible to put up big numbers. But man, the Jets offense was simply awful:



    The biggest problem with the offense is Gase himself.

    I said it before and so have many others...

    A successful coach observes his manpower and takes note of the specific strengths and weaknesses.  From this, comes his vision and design.  He puts his players in good places for them to take advantage of their respective skill sets while safeguarding them from their deficiencies.

    Gase is NOT such a coach.

    Gase is going to be stubbornly and arrogantly jamming square pegs into round holes while accumulating losses and putting up embarrassing statistics until even his apologists start calling for his scalp.


  13. Trade bell for an interior defensive lineman.  Draft interior defensive lineman. Bring back Sheldon Richardson, Mario Williams, Snacks and Tim Wilkerson... And then... Get more interior defensive lineman... Maybe Mike DeVito and Pouha want to make a come back.  They have 53 spots on that roster.  One spot for QB, one for kicker, punter and 50 spots for much needed interior defensive lineman...

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  14. 17 hours ago, southtown24th said:

    Most wins since 2015?  The guy is weird. Strange. Awkward.  Odd.  A dickhead.

     And the coach with the most wins for the Jets since 2015.

    Let's see what he does with a full roster.

    Belichick can also be called strange, awkward and a dickhead.  He is respected because he is a bona fied genius.  I don't care that Gese is any of those things.  The compelling issue is that he is *not* a genius.  He has a "shoe box" offense.   He does not or can not create based on what is in front of him.  He's stuck to a particular system because it is all he knows.  He can hum along with the tune, but he does not know the music. 

    The results speak for themselves.  Jets have the worst total offensive yardage in the league. 

    He impressed Chris Johnson with polished script.  Now we are stuck with him. 

  15. 2 hours ago, DRJETS said:

    carrying the Titans into the playoff. A total different QB. I can't stand that clown Chris Johnson and the media gushing around him about the season turning point when he gave the assurance that Gase was staying as HC.   The fraud last game against the Bills backup players was 13-6 for crying out loud.  I can see the FRAUD wasting 3 years of Darnolds.  Then, people will start writing him off like Ryan Tannehill and in the end saving another franchise.  Our freaking luck.

    Gase is a charlatan. Chris Johnson is a DUPE

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  16. 2 hours ago, Jetster said:

    Everyone has been looking for a turning point that leads to their demise, obviously losing in the Super Bowl isn’t a good enough signal & we were all a bit premature after they lost to the Eagles & then won the Super Bowl last year, but losing to the 4-11 Dolphins AT HOME in a must win for the bye in the playoffs pretty much signals the end of their dynasty. 
    The Pats have been feasting on this sh*tty AFC east for 20 years + never losing at home guaranteeing them 1st round byes & Super Bowl opportunities. 
    Without the bye the Pats have NEVER won a Super Bowl. 
    Even if they win Sunday vs the Titans, they have to get through KC & the Ravens. 
    Bye, Bye, with no Bye.

    Just major guesswork on my part, but I *think* Belichick made up his mind to eventually move on when Kraft forced his hand on the Brady / Garappolo thing.  I figure Belichick decided that he'd move on the year that Brady retires or leaves

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