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1 hour ago, KRL said:

McVay is effusive in his praise of Taylor. “He’s instrumental in our third-down game-planning. And he doesn’t just agree with everything, he challenges you but in a way that’s very welcoming. Sometimes in the NFL disagreements can be uncomfortable in a staff meeting, but not here. There’s a refreshing security that Zac has in himself. He has great emotional intelligence and awareness for how to communicate in a way that makes peoples’ guards go down. That’s a great trait for a coach to have.”

This holds a ton of weight with me

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22 minutes ago, Jetster said:

Bring in Dave Toub & Zac OC/Assistant head coach. Then hire Gegg Williams as DC after the Browns let him go, (Jets need an SOB to get this defense back on track).

Talk about an all around upgrade at each level. 

 

I like Toub and this sounds good in theory....but I feel uneasy hiring a 1st time playcaller for offense....The Taylor’s are intriguing but maybe it just isn’t their time yet. 

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5 minutes ago, carlito1171 said:

I like Toub and this sounds good in theory....but I feel uneasy hiring a 1st time playcaller for offense....The Taylor’s are intriguing but maybe it just isn’t their time yet. 

Toub has great all around knowledge so its not like Rex or Bowles who have zero clue about offense. You also want a guy that has worked with very young QBs.

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Fans and people around the league are way too obsessed with finding the next Sean McVay.

These Taylor guys may be promising, but no way in hell should the Jets hire someone that green as the next HC.

If we get this hire wrong, then Darnold could possibly be ruined and then we’re up sh*ts creek without a paddle and...say hello to the new Cleveland Browns for the better part of the next decade.

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so here we are discussing a couple of pretty green prospects for head coach.  for the past few seasons it's been all about the jets hiring all of these first time head coaches who go on to fail, sometimes in spectacular fashion.  maybe these guys are the greatest thing since sliced bread but there are also other guys out there who will do just as well and have less risk.

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4 hours ago, UntouchableCrew said:

They seem promising but I can't imagine either would be serious head coaching candidates at this point. The experience just isn't there. Maybe worth the interview to see if they "wow" you but it would be hard to make that hire.

Agree.   Both are rising starts, but need a few more years.

At least 2 full seasons being an Offensive Co-Ordinator.   Also, a huge part of being a good HC is be able to bring in quality assistants.   You need time in the NFL to do that.   McVay did a great job with getting Wade.   "I will make you the highest paid D-Coordinator, and leave you alone to run it"

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Also just found out that Mac and the Taylors all share an agent. Now, obviously that doesn’t mean thats an automatic hire. But they obviously are unofficially speaking, after reports that the Jets are interested in them as HC/OC. 

These agents really pull the strings for a majority of player, coaching, and front office signings. So this will be something to monitor. I have no doubt the Jets will heavily consider this as their hire.

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16 hours ago, Untouchable said:

Fans and people around the league are way too obsessed with finding the next Sean McVay.

These Taylor guys may be promising, but no way in hell should the Jets hire someone that green as the next HC.

If we get this hire wrong, then Darnold could possibly be ruined and then we’re up sh*ts creek without a paddle and...say hello to the new Cleveland Browns for the better part of the next decade.

I rather get it wrong with a young offensive mind than with an old school, ground and pound, defense win's championship's retread. Experience means nothing if it's the wrong kind of experience. 

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45 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

I rather get it wrong with a young offensive mind than with an old school, ground and pound, defense win's championship's retread. Experience means nothing if it's the wrong kind of experience. 

Plus it just might be that the older guys with experience don't want to deal with NY. At this point in their career they can choose a much easier path & paycheck, where as the young hungry guys will go wherever there is a calling...and just maybe a young potential franchise QB with an incredible work ethic & drive to be successful 🤔.

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Jimmy Johnson (Cowboys), Bill Belichick (Pats), Sean McVay, John Harbaugh, Pete Carrol (Seahawks), Doug Pederson, Jim Harbaugh (was a hot name when he signed with 49ers but there was still the risk of college to pros stigma), Matt Nagy, were all kind of seen with a huge amount of risk due to inexperience overall or with the pros, or the whole college to pro fail history.

If you identify your guy during interviews, and he meets your vision, and you feel he can fulfill his vision. You hire him. You don’t pass on a hire because he “needed 1 more year as an oc.” 

Inexperience is a real reason to worry though. But if you interview correctly, it should revealed during the interview is someone is lackig enough experienxe for the job.

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