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Did anyone get a picture of Rex carrying out the box filled with his rings and trophies?

Big money, reporters wrapped around your dick, zero expectation of results, and a gullible owner who empowers you to scapegoat literally anyone else in the organization for your failings? You bet that

Six years, brutally murdered at the hands of a manchild. The Rex Era was a huge waste of time. I'd like to be happier about it coming to an end, but it's easily two years too late. He's wrecked the te

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Looks like idzik is gone too. I think idzik got a raw deal, being forced to keep Ryan. But he really messed up in the secondary and wr, so that is his downfall

Drafted 10-12 stiffs did Iddy in, they could make an Xmas song about him

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Looks like idzik is gone too. I think idzik got a raw deal, being forced to keep Ryan. But he really messed up in the secondary and wr, so that is his downfall

he did absolutley nothing to better this team. Deserves the ac just as much, if not more than Ryan
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Looks like idzik is gone too. I think idzik got a raw deal, being forced to keep Ryan. But he really messed up in the secondary and wr, so that is his downfall

Yep, I would agree to that.  Idzik saved the owner a lot of money---  he did real good with the cap.  But his scouts were awful,  Rams found a CB in the SIXTH ROUND , named

E.J. Gaines-- who is playing better than most of our Secondary.   Several posters recommended him; but Noooooo .....   Anyway, Idzik's real downfall will

be remembered as the QB position,  Geno and Vick were really bad;  and that ruins the whole team, despite decent pick ups in Harvin and Decker and Ivory.

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Looks like idzik is gone too. I think idzik got a raw deal, being forced to keep Ryan. But he really messed up in the secondary and wr, so that is his downfall

Idzik was only a candidate for the job because he was willing to accept Rex Ryan as his coach as a condition of employment. Better candidates refused to even interview for the job, while Caldwell only interviewed with the Jets to bump up the offer from the Jaguars.

There's no reason to feel bad for this guy. He never should've been hired in the first place.

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When word got out this week that Jets owner Woody Johnson was prepared to hire Charley Casserly as a consultant, the understanding was that Johnson would do so only if he were to make changes within the organization.

It's now safe to say Johnson is moving ahead with making changes within the organization.

Two people with knowledge of the situation confirmed to NJ Advance Media late Friday night that Casserly already has begun contacting prospective replacements for head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik, who both figure to be fired after Sunday's season finale in Miami against the Dolphins. The two people spoke on a condition of anonymity because neither was authorized to speak publicly on the matter.

This news comes on the heels of a report that appeared Friday on the Jets' team website that trashed many of the moves Idzik had made in his two years as GM.

Ryan has not yet been informed of his fate, a person familiar with his thinking said. But that same person also said Ryan had learned Casserly was contacting other coaching candidates, and that Ryan had already cleared out his office at One Jets Drive.

The situation is a bit like what happened toward the end of the 2013 season, when Ryan got word that Idzik—then in his first season as the Jets' GM—had begun reaching out to potential head coaches. Ryan responded by giving a fiery speech to the team the night before its next-to-last game of the year. The Jets then closed out the season by beating the Browns and Dolphins to finish 8-8, and Ryan got to keep his job.

But this time, with the Jets circling the drain at 3-12, Ryan appears to have accepted the inevitable.

Casserly, the former Washington and Texans GM, was tapped as a Jets consultant because he sits on the NFL's Career Development Advisory Panel, which the league formed late last year to assist teams with finding front-office help. Numerous reports say Casserly has reached out to another panel member, former Packers GM Ron Wolf, to assist with making whatever changes the Jets have coming.

Class move by a class organization.

Should be pretty easy to get high-end talent to work here in the future.

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Idzik was only a candidate for the job because he was willing to accept Rex Ryan as his coach as a condition of employment. Better candidates refused to even interview for the job, while Caldwell only interviewed with the Jets to bump up the offer from the Jaguars.

There's no reason to feel bad for this guy. He never should've been hired in the first place.

I think  Woody really wanted Tom Gamble from Eagles--  but Gamble wanted to pick his own coach.   As you say , Idzik agreeing to keep Rex got him the job.  Bad move by

 

Woody.  The fact that Rex never strung win streaks together should have told Woody he was not HC material.   Last 4 years it was always win 1  lose 2.... win 1 lose 3....    The choice of

 

Geno and Vick as our QBs, really doomed us to a bad year.

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I think  Woody really wanted Tom Gamble from Eagles--  but Gamble wanted to pick his own coach.   As you say , Idzik agreeing to keep Rex got him the job.  Bad move by

 

Woody.  The fact that Rex never strung win streaks together should have told Woody he was not HC material.   Last 4 years it was always win 1  lose 2.... win 1 lose 3....    The choice of

 

Geno and Vick as our QBs, really doomed us to a bad year.

There was little cohesion between the HC and the GM. The GM said play Geno. Geno was not ready.
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In my opinion, the following is the reason.why it is time for rex to go. He arrived in 2009 as a Defensive Guru. Everyone agreed on that

In 2013, the Jet defense achieved a 53 year franchise record LOW with 15 takeaways, less than one a game. Unbelievably worse than the two Koite error years

Rex was retained for 2014 and even given a short extension.despite this

For the 2014 season going into our final ass beating in Miami, the vaunted Rex defense has accumulated a grand total.of TWELVE takeaways and is virtually assured of setting a brand new franchise record for defensive futility. Yet even at a presser THIS WEEK, at 3-12, the buffoon was still bragging about his defense being sixth overall in something

So long Rex, you too Idzik...

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Odd thing-Manish Mehta on a day of big Jets news is nowhere to be found in the Daily News. All the Jets stuff today ia written by Justin Tasch. May be it's a day off, but he figures to be getting a lot of days off for the next few months.

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I think  Woody really wanted Tom Gamble from Eagles--  but Gamble wanted to pick his own coach.   As you say , Idzik agreeing to keep Rex got him the job.  Bad move by

 

Woody.  The fact that Rex never strung win streaks together should have told Woody he was not HC material.   Last 4 years it was always win 1  lose 2.... win 1 lose 3....    The choice of

 

Geno and Vick as our QBs, really doomed us to a bad year.

Nope, Gamble knew the deal when he interviewed. Rex was part of the job, and he was willing to work with him. He even cancelled his own upcoming interview with the Jaguars to focus on the Jets job after his interview here. But word was that he interviewed poorly, not demonstrating a working knowledge of operating under the salary cap. He was one of the top names on the GM market two years ago, and was passed over for every job. He would up taking a lateral position with Eagles. Something was up with him, and it's a little surprising to me how his name keeps getting brought up.

The Jets finalists were Idzik and Omar Kahn -both from the business side- so they obviously put a premium on that. Way too much, IMHO. Probably because Woody understands the business side more than he does the personnel side. Hopefully Casserly and Wolf push him in the right direction this time.

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Rex Ryan cleans out his desk as Charley Casserly starts contacting possible replacements for Jets' coach and GM John Idzik

 

 

By Dom Cosentino | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com 

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on December 27, 2014 at 6:00 AM, updated December 27, 2014 at 7:59 AM

 
 
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When word got out this week that Jets owner Woody Johnson was prepared to hire Charley Casserly as a consultant, the understanding was that Johnson would do so only if he were to make changes within the organization.

It's now safe to say Johnson is moving ahead with making changes within the organization.

Two people with knowledge of the situation confirmed to NJ Advance Media late Friday night that Casserly already has begun contacting prospective replacements for head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik, who both figure to be fired after Sunday's season finale in Miami against the Dolphins. The two people spoke on a condition of anonymity because neither was authorized to speak publicly on the matter.

This news comes on the heels of a report that appeared Friday on the Jets' team website thattrashed many of the moves Idzik had made in his two years as GM.

Ryan has not yet been informed of his fate, a person familiar with his thinking said. But that same person also said Ryan had learned Casserly was contacting other coaching candidates, and that Ryan had already cleared out his office at One Jets Drive.

The situation is a bit like what happened toward the end of the 2013 season, when Ryan got word that Idzik—then in his first season as the Jets' GM—had begun reaching out to potential head coaches. Ryan responded by giving a fiery speech to the team the night before its next-to-last game of the year. The Jets then closed out the season by beating the Browns and Dolphins to finish 8-8, and Ryan got to keep his job.

But this time, with the Jets circling the drain at 3-12, Ryan appears to have accepted the inevitable.

Casserly, the former Washington and Texans GM, was tapped as a Jets consultant because he sits on the NFL's Career Development Advisory Panel, which the league formed late last year to assist teams with finding front-office help. Numerous reports say Casserly has reached out to another panel member, former Packers GM Ron Wolf, to assist with making whatever changes the Jets have coming.

Staff writer Jordan Raanan contributed reporting for this story.

Dom Cosentino may be reached at dcosentino@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @domcosentino. Find NJ.com Jets on Facebook.

 

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Odd thing-Manish Mehta on a day of big Jets news is nowhere to be found in the Daily News. All the Jets stuff today ia written by Justin Tasch. May be it's a day off, but he figures to be getting a lot of days off for the next few months.

if the new regime does the complete clean out culture change in order hopefully Mehta is getting " fired " monday also....meaning treated like the leapor trash dirt he is....believe it or not it can still be up for debate that Idzik failed enough to lose his job in two years ( for the record I think he should go with rex )...but what is not up for debate is Idzik failed miserably in changing the circus culture , I had high hopes for him comjng in and squashing these media roaches but they steamrolled him, him holding up signs about Mehta hitchiking on draft day was a huge win for Mehta ....before anything else happens the new regime needs to destroy the TMZ that follows us.
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Looks like idzik is gone too. I think idzik got a raw deal, being forced to keep Ryan. But he really messed up in the secondary and wr, so that is his downfall

 

Of course Idzik got a raw deal.  Hiring a GM without giving him control over thge Head Coach, then firing that GM before ever allowing him to hire a Head Coach, is almost laughably inept as an organization.

 

Bad picking/moves aside, Idzik was deeply, analy, ****ed by the New York Jets.

 

But so what, this isn't T-Ball, this is the NFL.  The Big Leagues.

 

If you cannot handle a difficult situation, rise to the challenge, and build success with what you DO control, free agency, draft picks, salary and contracts, etc......then you get what you deserve.

 

Idzik got a raw deal, but is also getting exactly what his level of ineptitute has warranted.

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