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While he was obviously intentionally laying it on thick, the premise is pretty much right.  Back to back 8-8 seasons with that many injuries is not a bad job no matter what jilted Jet fans say.  

He's light years better than Bowles..  that much is certain.

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2 hours ago, drdetroit said:

Flaws and all Rex is a way more capable HC than Bowles.

 

Half the posters on this site could probably out coach Bowles

 

Rex took over a 9-7 team two years ago, Bowles a 4-12 team. The Jets win Sunday, both teams would be 15-17 over the last two seasons. Tough to make the argument that Rex is a way more capable HC than Bowles.

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24 minutes ago, Pac said:

While he was obviously intentionally laying it on thick, the premise is pretty much right.  Back to back 8-8 seasons with that many injuries is not a bad job no matter what jilted Jet fans say.  

He's light years better than Bowles..  that much is certain.

Rex is absolutely a much better coach than Bowles but then again so is almost anyone

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3 minutes ago, section314 said:

Rex took over a 9-7 team two years ago, Bowles a 4-12 team. The Jets win Sunday, both teams would be 15-17 over the last two seasons. Tough to make the argument that Rex is a way more capable HC than Bowles.

And when Bowels goes 1-15 next year with Petty, Hack and Hoyer at QB will you still be citing the greatest achievement in human history going 10-6 against a joke schedule in '15?

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Rex Ryan is the Chad Pennington of head coaches.  Early short-term success that was proven over time to be an aberration, but still captured the hearts of some to forever believe in the fictitious greatness, while lapping up every last spew of diarrhea from the mouth.

The Bills were idiots for even hiring Rex to begin with after having a front row seat to the last 4 years of a sh*t show that his time with the Jets was.  They deserve some credit for being proactive enough to do this now, and willing to eat a whole lot of money that was left on his deal.  For all of the excuses some may try to make, the bottom line is the team has continually regressed since he's been there, most notably in the only area of the team that Rex actually pays any attention, the defense. And not being the worst person at his job still does not make him any less crappy at it.

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