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  1. I don’t think it’s that easy. And if Douglas thinks there is a better prospect at #2, he has to take them. I’d still really love to see an all 22 film breakdown on the similarities similar to this original 7 part breakdown.
  2. So 2 QB’s and multiple other offensive players get brought back to life after Gase leaves and the execution problem isn’t on Gase? Other than Manning, the guy has never had success. when you see the pattern repeated, it’s on the constant in the equation.
  3. It’s not so much how this take didn’t happen and the obvious anguish caused... it’s the way the plays break down. it’s like the play seems to be designed to do something, but in both cases the QB doesn’t execute. missed open receivers, forced balls when the coverage isn’t conducive. I get why it could break Darnold, and I was done after the season with him, but the cerebral coaching just seems to be non-existent. Like Gase laid it all out and expected the QB to be Peyton Manning. In both cases, rarely did the offense seem in synch. Good players were ghosts, and the QB looke
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  5. Jet Nation had a 7 part film review of how bad Tannehill was, and why Darnold would thrive under Gase: :https://www.jetnation.com/2019/01/28/adam-gases-offense-ryan-tannehill-held-him-back-ny-jets-film-review/ I remember reading it and it was the only way I could get excited about the hire. Is it me, or did this play itself out with Darnold the exact same way?
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