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  1. Is Knapp the QB coach or Calabrese? Seems like they get flip flopped https://www.jetnation.com/2021/01/21/new-york-jets-formally-announce-offensive-staff/
  2. If they want you to cook the dinner, they should at least let you shop for the groceries I just want to be the kid pushing the cart lets not put him in Canton yet Joe must go!
  3. uSTADIUM (@uSTADIUM) Tweeted: ALL GAS, NO BRAKES. GREEN: https://t.co/RqlzecovrP BLACK: https://t.co/r4XpUsJeKN WHITE:https://t.co/PMgl1UvyqT https://t.co/zERvmFbtiy
  4. It looks like Dowell Loggains was severely underpaid. It takes 4 coaches to replace him. Looks like we are finally making a commitment to coaching/ offense.
  5. Cimini said that the offense Bates ran in his rookie year was very similar to the shanahan offense so Darnold should have no problem picking it up Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) Tweeted: From an Xs and Os standpoint: Saleh runs a 4-3 base, predominantly zone. It's the Seattle/Pete Carroll system; lot of Cover-3. Mike LaFleur, expected to be OC, from the Shanahan school. Fits Sam Darnold, who ran similar scheme as rookie under Jeremy Bates. #Jets https://twitter.com/RichCimini/status/1349937273308123136?s=20
  6. So now you switched your argument from Fields is playing great tonight to “body of work”
  7. The good news is that it doesn’t seem to be a significant rib injury. I was terrified that he had broken his ribs. The way he was acting, it sure looked that way. Based on everything we have been hearing, that doesn’t seem to be the case. It looks like it’s more bruising of the ribs instead. https://scarletandgame.com/2021/01/04/ohio-state-football-latest-justin-fields-injury/
  8. 16/31 193 yds 1 TD thus far... Mac Jones 36/45 464 yds 5 TDs
  9. Pretty sure the Sideline reporter said Fields was 95% healthy at the start of the game
  10. Aaron Wilson Updates on the Coaching Search Aaron Wilson added more nuggets on the Houston radio program ‘The A-Team with Wexler & Clanton.’ “I’m hearing for the Jets Matt Campbell. I’m hearing Arthur Smith for Atlanta. Daboll with the Chargers is a possibility.” Wilson said San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, a candidate for the Falcons, did not interview well with the Detroit Lions and is not a shoe-in. He has heard some interest by Detroit in Pat Fitzgerald. https://ustadium.com/p/716383
  11. Report: Eric Bieniemy Struggled in Falcons Interview Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle brought up that Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy really struggled during his interview with the Falcons. Wilson, a Texans reporter said on ‘The A-Team with Wexler & Clanton’ that the Texans have no interest in interviewing Bieniemy. He added that since they don’t want him, he doesn’t want them 🤷‍♂️. Wilson said “I am going to be very transparent with you. Eric has not been interviewing well with the other teams and the Texans have not been interested in him through out the entire process.” He added “I’m told Mike Kafka has more to do with the development of Patrick Mahomes than Eric Bieniemy.” “It has nothing to do with race or anything like that. It’s just these teams don’t want him. I heard about the Atlanta interview, they literally want to hire a Black coach. They would love for him to crush the interview. He did not crush the interview, and these teams care a lot about these interviews.” Wilson says the problem is not due to anything in Bieniemy’s past or something unknown to fans; it’s just been a matter of teams not being interested. “He’s a good family man; he’s a good guy,” Wilson said. “He’s a good coach, but the teams have a right to hire whoever they want.” Note: To touch on the Bieniemy story, This is not the first time we’ve heard this. And not the first interview cycle either. He’s been passed over by about ten teams in 3 years. https://ustadium.com/p/716382
  12. ESPN's Rich Cimini reports Lamical Perine "will be the featured back over the remainder of the season as the organization tries to determine if he can be a future RB1." Perine has been operating as the No. 2 back behind veteran Frank Gore, which is a classic Adam Gase decision. Like Cimini writes, the Jets need to see if their young players have any juice and times ticking. Perine, a fourth-round rookie, could see double-digit touches down the stretch. Of course, touches in this offense are low value, making Perine only a bench hold in 12-team leagues. RELATED: Frank Gore SOURCE: ESPN.com Nov 10, 2020, 6:19 PM ET https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player/58453/lamical-perine
  13. I hope we are talking like 15 touches this week because 1 touch is technically a bigger role
  14. Jets' Greg Van Roten Graded as Top NFL Guard by Pro Football Focus in Week 5 Green & White RG Has Played All 331 Snaps on Offense in 2020 Jets RG Greg Van Roten was rated Pro Football Focus' top guard in the NFL's Week 5 with an 86.4 grade. He's one of two Jets players on offense (fellow guard Alex Lewis is the other) who have played all 331 snaps in the season. Van Roten (6-3, 305), who grew up in Rockville Centre on Long Island, signed with the Green & White in the offseason after playing the last three years with Carolina. He was named PFF's most improved player on the Panthers last season and graded out as the 15th left guard in the league. "It's like a dream come true," he said in the spring. "In elementary school, in my fifth-grade yearbook, 'What do you want to be when you grow up?' 'I want to be an NFL player.' ... Then to come to the Jets and walk around the hallways and see the posters of all the guys I watched growing up has been just incredible so far." https://www.newyorkjets.com/news/jets-greg-van-roten-graded-as-top-nfl-guard-by-pro-football-focus-in-week-5

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