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glenn212

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  1. Show me another coach who gets to take over a team that had a winning record 2 out of the previous 3 years like Rex did. It doesn't exist. Mangini had a HUGE say in all players that were drafted, good and bad while he and Tanny were here. Its not an exact science but of the Eric/Tanny or Rex/Tanny who's drafts were better..You can't even argue that. If you check Rex retained about 60 or 70% of Eric's coaches the first 2 years..smart by Rex. Mangini managed to crush The Pats and defending Super Bowl champs and should of beat the Jets with a roster in Cleveland that was well..pathetic..and also the Steelers..Thats coaching..Woody wants headlines not substance, he got just what he asked for. Harbaugh is a very smart head coach and knows that surrounding yourself with smart people is how you stay successful
  2. Bring back Eric Mangini as the GM, that was the last good draft we had and maybe the Mangenious can bring back some discipline to the Jets. Then Rex wouldnt have to be the bad guy which he cannot be because its not his personality..
  3. We had football-focused coach in Eric Mangini, but he was too boring..and of course when the Jets traded down w/ Cleveland to take Sanchez Post,News, Fans all laughing how we fleeced Mangini..okay..With a healthy Chad and Brett before his arm fell off Mangini is 18-9..yes I know 10-22 in Cleveland with Quinn/Anderson/McCoy .. 3 guys destined for the HOF..In this league you need a QB and Sanchez was the guy they choose..wrong guy and now its a world of football s**t
  4. Spermy, you are a smart guy and I respect your football intellect, but minus David Harris this year the Jets franchise would have set a record for rushing yards given up..no lie.. Bart got Rex to give him a" buddy" contract and he makes like 3 tackles a game and is the lead s**t talker and he certainly isn't backing it up..Agree to disagree on DH.
  5. "And even the people who rip Rex in the media admit he's a solid defense guy. Far better than Mangini" Thats laughable..People in the media..Who like Mike Greenberg.. Mangini drafted to ALL PRO guys..Harris and Revis and Mangini moved up to draft Harris Who by the way makes about every freakin tackle..Unlike overpaid Bart Scott who sucks
  6. No one is benching Favre when the guy a a continuous game record in tact, plus it was Brett Favre, anyone who said they would of benched him is full of crap. Lets not forget Rex's 1st year he was gifted into the playoffs when Indy and I think Tennessee both played the JV's..Indy would have buried the Jets that year. Rex's 1st 2 years he had 75% of Mangini's roster and 60% of his coaches. Why they didn't offer to pay Bill Callahan a fortune to stay at O line coach is beyond me. Rex can coach X's and O's no one disputes this., but when you bring in and draft guys with character issues and allow them to run off at the mouth this is what you going to get. Mangini was young when he was here but this kind of crap would never happen under his watch. Its comedy tragic theater now. The ship has sailed on reigning these guys in, just the comment on Tebow, a player on your team just trying to earn a living shows you how unprofessional this has gotten Rex being the gambler bet the house on Sanchez..and sadly.................................
  7. A Mangini find. Belichick knew this and swooped him up. How did that work out for the NEP's
  8. First 2 years he had 70% of Mangini's roster and 60% of his coaches. Then they started to dismantle that and the results speak for themselves. Losing Callahan was HUGE.
  9. Excellent posession receiver. Great route runner. Always comes back to the QB when play breaks down. I'm sure Sanchez can't use that kind of guy. Oh and an outstanding character. No Boy Scouts on the Jets!
  10. Listen Mangini is 18-9 with a quality NFL QB (Chad one year and Favre before his arm fell off.) In Cleveland it was Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson..seriously Beside Brick,Mangold,Revis, David Harris was a Mangini pick because he fit a 3/4 inside backer 6'2 255 If you haven't noticed Mr Harris makes about 70% of the tackles..If he gets hurt that defense will be epic bad Because the big mouth who bullies reporters makes about 2 tackles a game Rex HAND PICKED Sanchez..because they hoodwinked Mangini remember? Sanchez is on Rex You cannot win in the NFL without a QB..The Jets have a below average one..period
  11. This all smells of Woody. Seems he was so obsessed with having the Jets on the back page and ticket sdales, they forgot to BUILD a team. This is what Tanny and Mangini were attempting to do, but headlines are more important then the sidelines to Woody Johnson..In the words of Malcolm X "The chickens have come home to roost" Its the truth. The Jets missed badly on Sanchez..Blame Mangini for that too
  12. The further we get from Mangenious the worse we get. Flashback: According to the NY Rags and the Plain Dealer Mangini was hoodwinked by the Jets when they didn't take Sanchez....ok
  13. Three words to the Jets offensive line woes...NO Bill Callahan
  14. Uh..difference is BB is and was paying the Vet Minimum for those turkeys..They don't work..cut'em Holmes is a 45 milion mistake..you can't walk away from that without disasterous cap consequences and he has 0 trade appeal after this incident. Jet are stuck between the proverbial rock and a hard place.
  15. Along with Mangold,Revis,Ferguson,Harris,Pace,Pouha,Smith,Jenkins,Cothery(actually playing him), Devito Keller, and Woodhead..How's that worked out for the Pats. .but I get it Mangini gets blamed for the above but Tannenbaum credit for the below I think your posts are insightful but like anyone else SE some times your full of s**t too. This is Rex and his ego thinking he can handle guys with issues..guess what..he can't.
  16. When you bring in people of questionable character this is what you get..Santonio is a cancer as is Plexico When you let quality people like Smith and Cothery go and replace them with the above your getting exactly what you asked for..The locker room is poisoned now and won't be fixed with any meetings,,People with character issues really don't changed and when there is adversity this is what you get..Whats disappointing is guys like Revis Mangold, Harris and Furguson didn't take the situation by the balls and regulate this before it turned into a train wreck..People made light of Mangini bringing in boys scouts..but now you see the results of bringing in "character issue guys".
  17. This team is coming off back to back AFC championship games and Rex affectedly lost the team the last month of the season..This problem has been brewing for awhile and for him to plead ignorance tells me a lot about Rex..He is letting the players dictate, now maybe it works in the NBA but will never work in the National Football League..When you take guys of questionable character there is ALWAYS the risk - reward factor...the risk is your team gets torn apart...IT HAPPENED IN THIS CASE..A 45 million DOLLAR mistake,,,BAD..you can tell by the players comments they can't stand Holmes and he is not changing ever
  18. This is clearly a Rex's big ego issue..He thinks he can handle anyone and they will follow him because he is Rex..a players coach..horses**t Tell me one players coach in the play offs now..none.. and the 2 best..Belichick and McCarthy..certainly not players coaches....Can't be people's buddy and their boss..never works,...Tom Coughlin...when they needed a "W" they got one didn't they
  19. Look..You are what you are..If your a cheap bast**d when your 20 you'll still be a cheap bast**d when your 30 and 40 yrs old...Very few people change who they are when they reach their in there 20's...Santonio was malcontent and a....punk when he got here and guess what..STILL IS..People rarely change and Rex's ploy of making him a captain is high school stuff..not even, most high school coaches wouldn't do it...If I'm Mangold, Revis, Harris, Pace, Pioha..all Mangini guys.. I would of been pissed about the whole captain thing..even with Sanchez..you can't make someone a leader..either you are or your not...Don't freakin tell me Character doesn't count..it does...and yesterday it was on display..Good for Brandon Moore calling his punk a$$ out..Mangold and Brick who both are probably too milk toast should of jacked his behind up and tossed him out of the huddle
  20. But, of all the Jets coaches to hate on... you wait until Rex comes along? Give me a break. Rex has been an excellent coach... perhaps the best ever. Even if that's "not saying much," it still doesn't make sense to hate on this guy when he has made the team relevant for 3 straight years. 9-7 10-6 8-8 or 9-7? Rex reg season record: 27-20 or 28-19... On field discipline is terrible...Sanchez is not the answer
  21. 7th Rd pick will be Elijah "Peanut" Joseph ILB and special team whiz out of Temple
  22. The D line twin had 43 reps and the LB Peanut had 31..total 74..they have got to be the strongest twins in America Very productive players at Temple
  23. The LB Peanut is a thumper..Great special team player and hits like a Mac Truck..I've seen him play in HS,Prep and college MARCH 25, 2011 2:34 PM109 COMMENTS Temple twins Eli and Peanut Joseph on the Jets' radar as draft day approaches BY MANISH MEHTA The roar inside the Edberg-Olson Football Complex spilled on to West Diamond Street in Philadelphia last week. It grew louder every time the kid on the bench press threw up another rep: Ten. Twenty. Thirty. FORTY…. By the time Eli Joseph finished his handiwork by logging 43 reps of 225 pounds, the NFL scouts a few feet away had one question dancing in their heads: Who is this guy? Player personnel executives flocked to Temple’s Pro Day last Friday to take a closer look at first-round defensive line prospect Muhammad Wilkerson. They received an unexpected show from Joseph, who played in Wilkerson’s shadow for the better part of the season as the nose tackle in Temple’s revamped 3-4 scheme. The anonymity, frankly, suited the 6-2, 290-pound Joseph just fine. “I think it actually helped me,” Joseph said of playing next to Wilkerson. “A lot teams thought I was a junior. They didn’t know anything about me. But they had a chance to see me because they came out for Muhammad.” Joseph took advantage of the Pro Day platform with an eye-opening bench press performance, solid 40-yard dash times (4.94 and 5.00) and vertical (28 inches). “The measurables are good and that makes you take a second look,” said Joseph’s agent, Joe Linta. “Then, when you watch the film, he just doesn’t get moved. He really clogs up the middle. If a team has a little bit of patience, this kid can become a pretty good player.” “You watch the film of (Wilkerson), there’s not seven rounds of difference between him and Eli,” Linta added. “The film doesn’t lie. This is a draftable kid, for sure.” The Patriots have already taken notice. Joseph worked out for the Jets’ division rivals on Thursday. There are several teams interested in Joseph, including Gang Green. He’s projected as a late-round (6th-7th round) pick at this point. “He was overlooked a little bit in the scouting process,” said one AFC scout. “We’ve taken notice now.” Although Joseph earned first-team All-MAC honors in his first year as a 3-4 nose tackle, he’s undersized to play that spot at the next level right away. He projects as either a three-technique lineman in a 4-3 scheme or a 5-technique end in a 3-4 alignment. It’s conceivable that Joseph could pack on more pounds to morph into a nose tackle at the next level. After all, he was a 195-pound tight end playing for Harry Bellucci (Eric Mangini’s brother-in-law) at Hartford High in Connecticut. “Eli is a guy who progressively got better from the day he stepped on campus to his last game,” said Kevin Jones, who coached Joseph and Jets’ offensive lineman Vlad Ducasse on a high school all-star team and now works for Linta. “You’re going to see that progression. Somebody needs to notice how well he’s played down the stretch to really see what kind of player he is.” His work ethic (first-team academic All-MAC) and character are pristine. “I just want to show them I can compete with the best,” Joseph said. “I don’t really shy away from competition. I want to compete. I love the challenge of going against the best. I work hard. Whether it’s practice or the meeting room, I give it my all. That’s the kind of person I am. I give it a 110 percent no matter what each and every day.” The Jets have also shown interest in Joseph’s twin brother and teammate Elijah (aka Peanut), who was Temple’s leading tackler as a linebacker before suffering a season-ending knee injury in November. Peanut is expected to work out for teams a week or so before the draft. The Jets will bring the 6-1, 243-pound Joseph to their Florham Park facility for a visit in April. NOTE: The Daily News has learned that Hampton defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis will visit the Jets' facility in April as one of the team's 30 allowable out-of-town visits. For more Jets news, follow Manish Mehta on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TheJetsStream
  24. No..Your wrong..Don't keep on your "Jet Blinders"..Even the casual fan such as yourself knows thats how the NFL does business as far as coaches are concerned...So you think its a good idea to hold a coach hostage? No its not..I would say its bad for business in the long haul.
  25. Thats for Callahan to decide though. isn't it? Its wrong blocking someones opportunity espicially since its standard procedure to allow position coaches to interview for OC,DC or HC..How pissed you think Callahan is if in fact he wanted to interview..I would be smokin.
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