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  1. 1 hour ago, jgb said:

    They already are paying two HCs. Fire Gase and they’ll be paying 3 lol.

    Pro tip: Hire good ones and you’ll only have to pay one at a time and for less than the combined salary of 3 schmucks.

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    The coaches salaries are inconsequential (or at least should be) for the Johnsons. If this Hymie guy (team president) is in CJs ear he is explaining to him fan base apathy poses far greater financial risk. 

    Gase is now reaching toxic levels and much to CJs chagrin he’s going to be forced to pull the plug soon. The Johnsons are a bit more aloof/out of touch than most owners, but even they are self-aware to know that they need to make a move to change the narrative around the team. 

    Gase is getting eviscerating to the point that people are comparing him to Kotite. The guy (his fault or not) is a PR disaster and has been since he got here. The writing is on the wall. It just comes down to CJs breaking point. 


  2. 1 minute ago, UnknownJetFan said:

    Well Gase did it to Tannebaum with the Fins, but we know that would not be hard to do. Perhaps JD is just biding his time figuring Woody will return and right his brother's wrong by firing Gase after we lose either every game this year or almost every game. Then it's a matter of since JD is a football guy does Woody let him pick the HC, or at least if he doesn't give JD full autonomy there let the GM have a big say as to who the HC will be. It would be best to let JD be the primary person with input from other brass for him to hire the HC he thinks will be the best fit for the players to be drafted. And that said HC should report to JD, but that would be doing it the best way for our highest chances for success and likely not what even Woody would do, but we'll see.

    If I’m a quality HC I’m not signing up to work for Douglas. 

    After Gase is gone Douglas is going to have the target on his back (see Gettleman). 

    JD could very well be out next year or the year after. 

    There is also the question about Woody and his potential return to power. 

    It’s not fair, but the best move for all right now would be to start fresh and clean house. 

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  3. 10 minutes ago, heymangold said:

    I guess y’all just wanted another Jamal Adams saga.  He got rid of a guy that:

    1: wasn’t being used properly 

    2: didn’t want to be here

    3: the HC (no matter how bad) didn’t want him


    It was a preemptive strike so there wasn’t additional drama.  Everyone has been clamoring for Perine - well here’s his chance.


    #3 proves my point. Why allow Gase to win a power play against anyone right now? What credibility does he have?

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  4. 14 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

    Getting Marshall for nothing from the Bears.  Other than that it’s slim pickins 

    His 2015 free agency was solid outside of Rev Cromartie who was awful 

    Marshall was a beast, Fitzpatrick was great, Gilchrist and Carpenter were solid in year 1 (they were awful moving forward). Even Revis was at least a nice upgrade in 2015.

    2016 everything fell apart. 

    The oline fell apart 

    Fitzpatrick regressed 

    Marshall and Decker were done 

    Revis was done 


  5. How can he allow the organization to use his name on that twitter post yesterday?

    Hes OK sitting back and allowing this moronic coach to run players off the team? Does he realize he and the organization is a laughing stock?

    Any real leader would not sit back and allow Gase to run roughshod over this team. If Joe Douglas doesn’t realize this coach needs to removed from the program immediately he doesn’t deserve a GM job.


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  6. 37 minutes ago, carlito1171 said:

    Exactly my point. Macagnan is literally one of the worse GMs of all time but yet for some reason the National media gives him a pass 

    It’s because he left early and does not need to be the face behind one of the worst teams you will ever see. Obviously his finger prints all over this mess and his 2nd rebuild attempt (permitted by the owner) was as bad as it gets. 

    Think about where the Jets have been since Mac tore everything down in 2017. CJ was right to gut the roster, but he allowed the wrong guy to pick the players. 

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  7. 3 minutes ago, DoubleDown said:

    Drafting Adams over Mahomes and Watson is winning by a large margin, but I think this just shows the influence that years of people trashing Adams has done on this board.  Adams gave the team a couple of years of All Pro level play on a rookie contract and fetched 2 first rounders in a trade before signing a big money contract.  Missing out on a franchise quarterback sucks, but look at the list of horrendous moves.  I'm not sure how you can objectively say that was the worst one.

    I voted for signing Bell to a mega deal.  Signing a running back with a ton of mileage to a big contract is NEVER going to end well.  He was a malcontent who took a year off.  He also benefited from running behind one of the best offensive lines in the league for years, a polar opposite situation from the Jets.  Running backs in the NFL are largely plug and play.  It's all about the offensive line.

    It was a panic move made by a sinking GM to get a big name in the build after a failed start to free agency, and it was doomed to fail from the start.  It reminded me of Idzik trading for Percy Harvin in the middle of a lost season right before he was fired.

    It’s kind of a joke the drafting Adams is winning. It’s easy to forget that a bunch of other teams also passed on Mahomes/Watson for far worse players than Jamal (Trubisky, Solomon Thomas, Corey Davis, Mike Williams, John Ross).

    That said I don’t think McCagnan did much homework on the 2017 QBs. He was holding out for the 2018 class and that was a big mistake. 

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