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RutgersJetFan

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  1. I'm just shocked that John Abraham is actually suiting up for a playoff game.
  2. If their LT didn't f-ck up, their defense would have been able to stop the spread? That sounds reasonable.
  3. In the unlikely event that Stoops bolts, Whittingham gets hired at OU. Book it. What a coach.
  4. Where's Fishooked with that damn bird when I need it...
  5. Chad almost winning something but not quite getting there? No way!
  6. Yeah, but Bobby Petrino coaches in your conference. Such douchebaggery offsets everything you've said.
  7. So either Cimini or Leberfield have the story wrong. This is like when you have two buddies who are full of sh-t and the've both claimed to have nailed the same chick while insisting that the other guy is lying.
  8. Man, Whittingham is definitely different in several aspects from Meyer, but I'll be damned if the spread hasn't given Saban fits as of recently. Win or loss tonight, Kyle Whittingham is going to shoot to the top of any wishlist for every D-1 school looking for a coach within the next year or two. Hopefully by then, West Virginia will realize that Stewart sucks balls and he'll mosey on over to the Big East.
  9. And that my friends, is why Marty Schottenheimer is the next coach of the New York Jets. Though I suppose Rex is light-hearted enough to say f-ck it and take the gig if Woody sells him. Broncos firing Shanahan just screwed us beyond belief, because that truly is one of the best coaching jobs in all of sports.
  10. I have serious issues with bringing in someone who actually wants to work for Al Davis.
  11. Anyone else think that we're about 2-3 days away from seeing, "Stoops reportedly not interested in Jets job" scrolling on the bottom of ESPN?
  12. I'd actually like to see him come in for the interview and then bail due to Favre. That would just be ridiculously entertaining at this point.
  13. I love that damn bird. He's the only one who understands me.
  14. Johnson was truly a once in a decade-type prospect. Crabtree is a great WR prospect but it's going to take some time for him to get acclimated to the game coming from that offense. Great hands and comes out of his breaks well but he's going to get eaten for lunch at the line and struggle if anyone thrusts him into too big of a role too soon. He's definitely the real deal though, just not Johnson's level. He's not a can't-miss guy but he's the most complete WR prospect this year and should go in at least the top 8 as I can't see Al Davis passing on him if he's on the board.
  15. SLB seems the more logical position simply due to Spags' style and Pace's desire not to play the position. And Gholston's far more likely to succeed with his hand in the dirt than he is standing up. Either way we're still drafting and signing for starters/depth on the line and for LB's along with the secondary. Yes, I am a Spags homer. I think he's going to be a fantastic coach for a long time, and I want him on this team doing what he does best. If that comes at the cost of a semi-transitional season for the D, so be it.
  16. I think the pass rush has the potential to be consistently good, sure. However with the players on the roster, the thought of it being signifigantly worse in the event of a switch to a 4-3 under a pass-rushing guru like Spags isn't something that worries me. The LB situation in that regard is impossible to gage right now. You'd likely be seeing two new starters at both outside slots by year's end (or a new DE, either way it's going to be either an OLB or DE due to where Pace fits better). Fwiw there's some fantastic 4-3 OLB prospects in this year's draft, it's a great year to be draftin
  17. Regardless of whether or not the defense stunk due to coaching (and I never said it didn't), it still is not good enough to pigeonhole a coach into running something that he's not accustomed to. I don't see how you can possibly argue that it is. Tomlin did it because he had Dick LeBeau and an elite defense, we do not. Good defense? Yes. Though it's not good enough to force it upon a coach who doesn't want to run it. He fired Mangini because Mangini was a bad coach. Still doesn't change the fact that the QB situation for next season is nothing short of abysmal and the defense
  18. That's the point though, simply hanging on to a 3-4 for the sake of holding on to it kind of follows the same logic. Further, almost the number of holes that exists in quantity in our 3-4 would exist in a 4-3 as well. In reality, we have 1 player on the front 7 who isn't very good in a 4-3. That's about it. It's absolutely built for a 3-4 right now, but it's still not a good enough 3-4 that you hang on to it simply for the sake of fearing a switch. It's really not that big of an overhaul. Going from a 4-3 to a 3-4 requires an overhaul, the opposite does not simply due to the fact th
  19. No I got it, I just don't think it's correct. Since when has this ever been a standard? Straight off the top of my head, Parcells never did, nor has he ever done this. A good coach does the best he can with what he knows. The anamoly of Mike Tomlin is there simply due to the fact that he came in to what as already an elite defense along with an elite DC. Such is not the case with us, it's quite the opposite actually. The defense isn't very good and there's nobody in place to usher in such a transition should we bring in a 4-3 coach. What's more likely? Favre playing like he did duri
  20. Look at me. I'm fat, black, can't dance, and I have two gay fathers. People have been messing with me my whole life. I learned a long time ago there's no sense getting all riled up every time a bunch of idiots give you a hard time. In the end, the universe tends to unfold as it should. Plus I have a really large penis. That keeps me happy.
  21. Too smart? Doubt it. It's probably more a factor of Brady's recovery rumors being too true. If there's one thing that the Pats don't risk getting cute with, it's the salary cap.
  22. Sure, but if the #1 factor in choosing a coach is the defensive alignment he runs, you're just setting yourself up for failure. If Cowher's out, you simply can't hand the job to Ryan simply due to the scheme he plays. That is and should be a secondary factor. Yes, there's some good horses in place for a 3-4, but there's also several for a 4-3. In the end, it basically comes down to the simple fact that drafting and signing for a 4-3 is about 100 times easier than doing so for a 3-4. The talent pool opens up by a signifigantly larger margin. Fixing the weak points isn't something that's going t
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