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We will be playing NFC North and AFC West. assuming they finish 3rd in division, jacksonville and pittsburgh

 

Opponents: Chiefs, Broncos, Chargers, Raiders, Lions, Vikings, Packers, Bears, Jaguars, Steelers, Patriots(2), Bills(2), Dolphins(2)

 

 

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Even though you can never count on a schedule being difficult or not on paper only most years, that's brutal.  Just look at the QB's we'll be facing alone:  Peyton, Rivers, Stafford, Rodgers, Ben, and of course Brady twice.  Brutal. 

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Even though you can never count on a schedule being difficult or not on paper only most years, that's brutal.  Just look at the QB's we'll be facing alone:  Peyton, Rivers, Stafford, Rodgers, Ben, and of course Brady twice.  Brutal. 

Rex defense can handle it no problem

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 Just look at the QB's we'll be facing alone:  Peyton, Rivers, Stafford, Rodgers, Ben, and of course Brady twice.  Brutal. 

 

i have an idea let's fire the Head Coach who knows how to beat all these guys (and has done it before) and bring in an offensive head coach. 

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Even though you can never count on a schedule being difficult or not on paper only most years, that's brutal.  Just look at the QB's we'll be facing alone:  Peyton, Rivers, Stafford, Rodgers, Ben, and of course Brady twice.  Brutal. 

 

Stay positive. Think of what Idzik can do with the draft position we'll be in at 2015 after having 12 in 2014. Also, it'll make the home games interesting at least with good talent on one half of the ball at all times.

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no but he held that offense to 3 field goals.

Rex generally plays the NFC division tough. Those are also the best games to lose if you're going to lose.

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We will be playing NFC North and AFC West. assuming they finish 3rd in division, jacksonville and pittsburgh

Opponents: Chiefs, Broncos, Chargers, Raiders, Lions, Vikings, Packers, Bears, Jaguars, Steelers, Patriots(2), Bills(2), Dolphins(2)

So that's @KC, @SD, @GB, @Minny, @Pitt, @Buff, @Miami, and @NE.

Could be @Jax instead of Pitt, but I don't think so.

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Rex generally plays the NFC division tough. Those are also the best games to lose if you're going to lose.

 

Rex as a DC in the NFC would make sense.  Perhaps St. Louis?  Word is Jeff Fisher has taken defensive play-calling away from his current DC.  And Schotty-Rex getting paired together again would just be too perfect.

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Rex as a DC in the NFC would make sense. Perhaps St. Louis? Word is Jeff Fisher has taken defensive play-calling away from his current DC. And Schotty-Rex getting paired together again would just be too perfect.

Possibly. But point being teams less familiar with Rex's defense generally struggle a lot more than those that face him again.

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i have an idea let's fire the Head Coach who knows how to beat all these guys (and has done it before) and bring in an offensive head coach.

Lulza. Bevell has a ton of experience in that dept.

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i have an idea let's fire the Head Coach who knows how to beat all these guys (and has done it before) and bring in an offensive head coach.

Without looking it up, I'm going to guess that Rex's record vs that list is approximately 5-12

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i have an idea let's fire the Head Coach who knows how to beat all these guys (and has done it before) and bring in an offensive head coach. 

 

  Yeah and the next week he'd play Matt Flynn and make him look like a HOF QB.   That's the problem with Rex,  the team is consistently one of those "get super hyped for the Pats or manning"  and then get blown out after a bye  to  Bills who were playing practice squad receivers and EJ Manual.   This has been Rex's MO.   So great they beat somebody like Drew Brees one week only to get blown out by the Bills after a bye.   That sure doesn't make for a good head coach.

 

 And being the Jets will now have another non-winning season, it also kind of means the Jets have had 1 real winning season under Rex over 5 years.  That first year was a great playoff run, but we all know the Colts sitting Manning and half their starters for an entire half was a big reason for that team to even finish 9-7 instead of 8-8.         I loved that run, but that team was another Rex 8-8 squad.     Great coaches don't coach for 5 seasons and really have one winning season.

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i have an idea let's fire the Head Coach who knows how to beat all these guys (and has done it before) and bring in an offensive head coach. 

 

 

Your first smart post in a very long time. Exactly what we need to do. Rex is ******* terrible.

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