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JetFreak89

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  1. Sorry but no way the team that has had 2 Black coaches for 9 of the last 19 years is pressured to hire a candidate just because they are a minority.
  2. Looks like Russell Crowe has lost some weight. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  3. GM's shouldn't be criticized for player's with no injury history getting hurt. They aren't gods. People are overreacting and thinking there were 10 All-Pro O-linemen out there to be had when he took over after the draft and FA was already completed two years ago. I can see people wanting him to go after more expensive linemen last year in FA but I have a feeling he knew that this wasn't the year to be spending big and by the looks of it he is correct. Our Defense would look just as poor even with a different RT. Love the revisionist history as if Becton was the no-brainer pick at the time with Wirfs, Jeudy and Lamb still on the board too. Macc would have 100% taken Wirfs.
  4. You realize he was hired after the draft and free a bench last year right? Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  5. But people say bad pocket presence.... Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  6. This all sounds good in theory but one of them (can't remember if McDougal or Williamson) specifically mentioned missed tackles in practice. So unless the offense is practicing tackling, I highly doubt the two players were talking about solely the offense.
  7. It's not desperation though, it's sacrificing short-term happiness for long-term gain. There is a direct correlation between final record and draft standings, it's not as if it is a secret formula. Late season wins are only helpful if you are developing young talent at key positions. Other than that, their just hurting your chances for next year.
  8. whoa whoa whoa, fast receivers going across the middle? Gase does NOT believe in that concept.
  9. Exactly what I said on gameday. We have blitzes coming from the middle of the field creating holes in the secondary, why the F*CK are we calling screens outside of the hashes? I'm not sure I've seen a single slant or dig route in the last 2 weeks.
  10. Not only is it a reflection of the QB but it is also a reflection of his route percentage. As the haters love to point out, he is a deep ball specialist. Well deep balls in general have a significantly lower percentage of being caught. If he ran 90% of his routes at the line of scrimmage I would venture to guess his catch percentage would go through the roof.
  11. Here's the thing, as others have mentioned if you listen to McDougald and Avery's comments live it's very apparent that they were talking about the players and not the coaches. The media took their comments and spun them to try and create the narrative that the two players are creating "chaos" and going against the coaches, which is simply not true. BUT, here is my issue with Gase - his response is a total bitch move. This comment is so defensive and cringe-worthy it's ridiculous: “Nobody said anything during the week,” Gase said. “I felt like we had really good tempo to practice. Sometimes an individual guy, if he wants to change something, we talk about it every week. It’s an open forum. If somebody doesn’t like the way something’s going, we can easily speak up.” Here is what an ACTUAL head coach, and leader, should reply (after he investigated the motives behind the comments) - "Yes, I spoke with McDougald and Avery following their comments and I have to agree that at times we have looked sloppy in practice. I'm happy that these two players are stepping up as veteran leaders and I'm going to actively work with them to help teach our young team how to practice at a consistently high level. I'm optimistic that those good habits will carry over into having more success on game days".
  12. Most Jet fans have gotten so used to the team being so devoid of talent that they actually forget that depth at positions can actually happen. The mindset is always get rid of "B" players because they are easily replaceable, draft their replacement in the middle of the draft and then act shocked when they turn into a bust and we are in worse shape than we were the year before. Rinse and Repeat.
  13. Lane Kiffin is looking like he needs some sugar and water ASAP.
  14. Keeping the TE's to block is a great game plan up until Bosa and Thomas go out with season ending injuries. After that, no more reason to keep them in. It's called adjusting to the game.
  15. Yes, Sam missed a couple of throws in Week 1, which everyone acknowledges. None of those throws had receivers as open as the video posted above...as in the receivers were schemed open.
  16. Quick question, how many times in other games has a starter on D gotten hurt and the announcers point out how the offense immediately went after the backup for large chunk plays? How many times have you heard that happen with Gase (or even Bowles)? I rest my case. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  17. 2 weeks in so far and not a single receiver has had that type of separation. Maybe Crowder on the scramble improv but that’s about it. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  18. 100%. In the modern NFL, with the way Pass Interference is being called there is zero excuse not to take a long shot at least once per quarter. I get the pass rush thing but after it was clear that Boas and Thomas were out there was no adjustment. Also, in the pressers after the game , Gase keeps mentioning that the "defense dictated" X,Y,Z. As far as I know, there are times where the OFFENSE can dictate things as well. The defense should be reactive not the other way around. Bottom line is Gase has ZERO balls because even in games we are "supposed" to lose, he still is only concerned with limiting damage.
  19. Whoever notes drops needs to be fired then. There were 2 alone in week 1. Unless the tab hasn't been updated from yesterdays games until after tonight?
  20. This pains me far more than I'd like to admit typing this because I was one of Schotty's harshest critics but that Christopher Johnson quote about "coaching to where the game is going" could really apply here. At the time, I hated all of the pre-snap shifts and sometimes odd lineups that we would throw out there because they seemed to cause a lot of false starts and illegal formation penalties but look at what a lot of other teams are doing now? The play last night where he had the WR in the backfield directly led to that wide open receiver and first down to chew up game clock. When was the last time Gase drew up a play that led a WR to be wide open?
  21. I believe the players were saying the field felt "sticky". You can imagine that if a players cleats are getting stuck in the field while they are getting pushed down it could lead to a lot of twisting force on the knees and ankles.
  22. Cams gotta run this in. Bet he trucks Jamal. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  23. Newton’s learning to attack Adam’s in coverage Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  24. We will see if CJ truly learned from hanging on to Macc too long like he says he has. I’m sure he would solicit JD’s opinion though. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app

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