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jetstream23 last won the day on October 24

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    1986 - Jets over Dolphins in OT.
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  1. Both Taylors have ascended quickly through the coaching ranks and would likely be the youngest HC/OC combination if that idea came to fruition. Zac Taylor, 35, is the Rams' quarterbacks coach and viewed as a rising star in the coaching ranks. He was the Dolphins interim offensive coordinator in 2015 at just 32 years old, and after a couple seasons in the college ranks was hired onto Sean McVay's staff in 2017 as an assistant receivers coach. He was promoted to quarterbacks coach this season and has helped Jared Goff to a career year. It would be an even more rapid ascent for Press Taylor, who is in his first season as a full-time position coach in the NFL after multiple years in quality control. The 30-year-old has already garnered the respect of Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, who has often praised Taylor's football acumen and the like-mindedness he shares with Wentz and Nick Foles. The combination of both Taylors could prove to be a boon for the development of young Jets quarterback Sam Darnold. Of course, the Eagles would have to grant the Jets permission to speak with Press Taylor in the first place. In January 2017, the Eagles denied the Jets permission to speak with then-quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo about their vacant offensive coordinator job. DeFilippo played a vital role in developing Wentz and Foles in the Eagles' 2017 Super Bowl run before finally leaving to become the Minnesota Vikings' offensive coordinator in 2018. I'm leery of guys coming from under great HCs. How many of Bill Belichick's coordinators got Head Coaching jobs and fizzled out after just a couple years? Mangini, Charlie Weiss, Romeo Crennel, etc. Here's the secret....it was Belichick all along. Sean McVay runs the show for the LA Rams. Hiring his QB coach would be great....if Sean McVay came with him. I want offense but I don't want this idea that the newest, freshest guys who have junior positions on the staffs of great offensive teams are somehow geniuses who can be elite Head Coaches.
  2. Good point but what about the fact that the Jets have completely detached the GM from the HC in the reporting structure? Unless they want to give someone full control in a Belichick or Andy Reid type role then a HC may not be that concerned unless he was being hired by a lame duck GM. But he's not, he's being hired by a reporting to Jets ownership, not the GM.....although Macc would certainly have a voice.
  3. A poll on Bowles would be a landslide in favor of dumping him. Maybe we'd get some nuanced opinions about whether it should have happened this week vs. the end of the season but the end game is still the same. Jets fans want Bowles gone. With Maccagnan it's a slightly different story. He has underperformed, no doubt about it. But questions linger about whether a better Head Coach would have found more wins with this team. His drafts have been hit or miss (no busts in Round 1 and all are starters, but he hasn't found much after that and is 0 for 37 on WRs). Trades and FA paint a slightly better picture but again, a mixed bag. His only saving grace might be the fact that he seems to have finally made the right power move to land a potential franchise QB and the Jets have the second strongest 2019 Salary Cap position in the league. But what good is Salary Cap space if you're signing underachievers like Spencer Long and Trumaine Johnson to start? Macc is an enigma. So I think a poll is worthy to take the temperature of the fanbase on Macc.
  4. Well then, of course, we sign said beast.
  5. Probably one of the best FA moves for Sam Darnold. And if that's the case then sign the guy.
  6. jetstream23

    ESPN-NYJ 73% chance at Top 5 pick?

    I'd love to be picking ahead of the Giants. They want a quarterback. We blackmail them that we're ready to trade our #3 pick to a team leapfrogging them at #4 to get a QB. We slide back a spot and still get the best OT in the Draft while getting the Giants 2nd round pick (and totally screwing up that pick by the way).
  7. I once saw Stevie Wonder without his dark glasses on. Turns out he was always able to see the piano. Weird.
  8. jetstream23

    Bills Sign (then release) Terrelle Pryor

    Without Pryor the Bills only win 34 - 10.
  9. Well, it's almost as disappointing as the time I nearly got arrested while robbing Tiffany's. Did I ever tell you guys about that? It happened a long, long time ago before I was even on this message board and it really was the perfect crime. I break into Tiffany's at midnight. Do I go for the vault? No, I go for the chandelier. It's priceless. As I'm taking it down, a woman catches me. She tells me to stop. It's her father's business. She's Tiffany. I say no. We make love all night. In the morning, the cops come and I escape in one of their uniforms. I tell her to meet me in Mexico, but I go to Canada. I don't trust her. Besides, I like the cold. Twenty-five years later, I get a postcard. I have a son and he's the chief of police. This is where the story gets interesting. I tell Tiffany to meet me in Paris by the Trocadero. She's been waiting for me all these years. She's never taken another lover. I don't care. I don't show up. I go to Berlin. That's where I stashed the chandelier which I later sell on the black market in part to fund the purchase of 8 New York Jets Personal Seat Licenses. I should have went to Paris. F you Todd Bowles.
  10. ...watching the Jets give up a TD on the 2nd play of the game, walking to the refrigerator and finding all the beer is gone.
  11. jetstream23

    Man Cites Jets Sucking As Reason for DUI

    He will reportedly sue the NY Jets for $50 Million but then suggested they could settle it out of court. "Simply fire the coach and GM and we'll call it even," he said through a lawyer.
  12. Reminder: He turned down $70M over 5 years from the Steelers and he'd expect a lot more (not less, not an incentivized deal, etc.) to play with a bottom rung team like the Jets.
  13. That's exactly what will happen. My guess is he ends up with Andrew Luck in Indy.

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