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Check out the big brain on Gase....and the buggy eyes that can't seem to focus directly ahead. This guy is gonna LOVE his weekly pressers and what the press does with him.

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Forgive me for insensitivity, but if Gase DOES have social anxiety/spectrum/issues/whatever, that IS a legitimate issue for an NFL Head Coach.

-Word was alot of his players in Miami didn't like him and obviously quit on him at seasons end.

-Word is he had verbal altercations with his front office and Owner.

-Word is that people like Jamal Adams are not exactly wallflowers afraid to speak their minds.  

The job of an NFL Head Coach IS a social interaction job.  

If he legitimately has issues (whatever those issues may be), that would concern me only from a "can he actually manage an entire staff and team of modern entitled NFL Kids" or not.

Time will tell, but word from Miami isn't exactly encouraging.  And this presser very much made him look like he has issues in a social setting.

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1 minute ago, Warfish said:

Forgive me for insensitivity, but if Gase DOES have social anxiety/spectrum/issues/whatever, that IS a legitimate issue for an NFL Head Coach.

-Word was alot of his players in Miami didn't like him and obviously quit on him at seasons end.

-Word is he had verbal altercations with his front office and Owner.

-Word is that people like Jamal Adams are not exactly wallflowers afraid to speak their minds.  

The job of an NFL Head Coach IS a social interaction job.  

If he legitimately has issues (whatever those issues may be), that would concern me only from a "can he actually manage an entire staff and team of modern entitled NFL Kids" or not.

Time will tell, but word from Miami isn't exactly encouraging.  And this presser very much made him look like he has issues in a social setting.

he's running a football team not hosting the emmys.  not everyone likes to be the center of attention.

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2 minutes ago, prime21 said:

From Rex to Bowels to Gase.  What a merry-go-round of personalities.

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Don't find much humor in the amateur psychology on display in this trend.  Labeling someone publicly with a disorder? Pretending to know the results without testing and only by the look of someone's eyes? Are you kidding me?

Was he nervous - yes. Did I like what he said - yes. Enough said.

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If he gets wins and playoffs regularly he can look like Ted Bundy for all I care.

None of my business what that smell from the trunk of his Toyota is.

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Oh my God. Get this man a hat. 

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11 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Forgive me for insensitivity, but if Gase DOES have social anxiety/spectrum/issues/whatever, that IS a legitimate issue for an NFL Head Coach.

-Word was alot of his players in Miami didn't like him and obviously quit on him at seasons end.

-Word is he had verbal altercations with his front office and Owner.

-Word is that people like Jamal Adams are not exactly wallflowers afraid to speak their minds.  

The job of an NFL Head Coach IS a social interaction job.  

If he legitimately has issues (whatever those issues may be), that would concern me only from a "can he actually manage an entire staff and team of modern entitled NFL Kids" or not.

Time will tell, but word from Miami isn't exactly encouraging.  And this presser very much made him look like he has issues in a social setting.

Oh, brother.

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5 minutes ago, HelenOfTroy said:

This.  Too many lazy people, including parents and teachers, jump on that diagnosis in order to medicate kids into a malleable stupor, because its easier for them to deal with.

A small fortune, testing, counseling (from numerous experts for second, third opinions) just to make sure the right diagnosis is made.

Some kids/adults are just socially awkward is correct, and people need to deal with it, instead of recommending Prozac as a way to “even out” a personality that doesn’t fit their narrow, cookie cutter mold of social behavior.

End of freakin’ rant. 😡

Again, a scribe from Miami told the Post that he does not have "illnesses".

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I'm pretty clearly on the record of not being a fan of the Gase hire at all, but quite frankly I could not give the tiniest flake of sh*t about how good or bad his press conference / interview skills are.

Over the years we've certainly seen more than our fair share of opposite extremes, from guys who seemed like they were putting on comedy acts more than talking about football (e.g., Herm, Rex) to those that were less interesting to listen to than watching paint dry (Mangini, Bowles).  Not once did those situations have a single thing to do with their ability (or inability) to coach football.  It doesn't this time either, so it's pretty meaningless, other than perhaps what degree of entertainment it will provide when we all have nothing better to do.

I really, really do hope Gase proves me wrong about his abilities as head coach, but one way or another this kind of stuff won't mean a thing.

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Jump to the 39:20 mark for a one-on-one interview with Coach Gase. Much better than the actual PC itself. 

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He clearly isn't comfortable in PC format but listening to him being interviewed on ESPN radio he sounded normal.

 

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Can I now stress that communication to the fans and players is a big deal?

People actually interviewed this person and thought he would play well in NY/NJ?

All I can say is Gase had better be Vince Lombardi   

 

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3 hours ago, Dcat said:

Probaby for the best.  No one wants to hear his rambling, mumbling, say nothing of substance style

At this juncture at the end of the day 

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1 hour ago, mrcoops said:

Yeah, Gase certainly has the look of someone who could be on the spectrum. Or he could have social anxiety.

None of which means anything, as long as he can coach.

Belicheat has all the social charm of Vlad the Impaler, and he has done OK as a coach.

We didn't hire this guy to give press conferences - we hired him to coach football.

Yes but if that social anxiety or whatever it is - translates to losing the team (which happened in Miami) then we've just wasted 4 years of Darnold's career.

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54 minutes ago, Jets1958 said:

Don't find much humor in the amateur psychology on display in this trend.  Labeling someone publicly with a disorder? Pretending to know the results without testing and only by the look of someone's eyes? Are you kidding me?

Virtue signaling at it's best.

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2 hours ago, HighPitch said:

I work with autistic kids all day. Hes "on the spectrum" for sure as they say in the business. Doesnt mean hes dumb, just means he is socially awkward. He could be brilliant

YOU work with Autistic kids, yet you posted that picture from Newtown?!   What the Hell is wrong with you. Clearly in your "working" with these kids you haven't been paying attention.  Either that or you have a warped sense of humor or are just plain stupid.  In either case, it's not good.  Feel sorry for you, but worse for the kids you work with.

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1 hour ago, Vader said:

that was last week. and it was closer to 25%. the other 70% was McCarthy and 5% Gase-out-of-left-field-and-we-are-already-cranky-and-impatient

this week, it’s his “affect”, which I don’t really think is fair game past the first 10 seconds you have seen him.

If he’s not on coke, then it’s not something he can control really. People should be aware of that.

This is such a loser fanbase really and truly we don’t deserve a winning team. If you go to a game you’ll never wanna go back

maybe the raiders are worse 

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52 minutes ago, nyjunc said:

He clearly isn't comfortable in PC format but listening to him being interviewed on ESPN radio he sounded normal.

 

Yeah, you can tell the big presser is not fun for him.

But in a one on one interview later with Jenay Coakely he came across as personable and comfortable and perfectly fine, imo. Nothing to not like, and I was initially negative on him and looking for reasons not to like him.

Granted I knew nothing about him and it mostly about my hate for the Dolphins

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2 hours ago, HelenOfTroy said:

God, some of these comments are so shallow.  The press conference itself was very amateur...,you could have propped up a bunch of dry sticks with painted faces and been just as professional.

The Jets PR machine failed the new HC, could have done more to present him to the NY media where he could feel more comfortable.

Different guy one on one.  Who cares how he came off in that debacle, they all looked bad.  His said some promising things in the interviews after the OC.

It starts at the top. Its clear that Christopher Johnson doesn't have the slightest idea what hes talking about. The reporters kept asking him questions just to put him on the spot and he came off as clueless and unable to articulate WHY he hired Gase over other candidates and when pushed on it looked stupid.

 

Eric Allen is a joke. You're telling me there isnt a better media presence they could hire than that boob....in New York City??

And Maccagnan is a nonentity. How he kept his job is beyond me. Coach Gase is on his own I think. 

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Christopher Johnson, Adam Gase, and Mike Maccagnan on a dais. It's an idea that doesn't seem like it could be any worse in execution than it is in theory yet somehow manages to be. **** this ******* team.

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2 hours ago, BleedGreen92 said:

Adam Lanza died a day before that incident it couldn’t have been him

Are you serious?  Got any theories on 9/11 Jerkoff?  Maybe you should change teams. We don't deserve a Savant like you.  Take High  Pitch with you.

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32 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Virtue signaling at it's best.

Thank you. Just expressing an opinion. 

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4 minutes ago, joenamathwouldn'tcry said:

Are you serious?  Got any theories on 9/11 Jerkoff?  Maybe you should change teams. We don't deserve a Savant like you.  Take High  Pitch with you.

You can look it up if you don’t believe me. Now if that’s a fact...am I lying ?

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He spoke very well in the interview with EA and EC. Knowledgeable, enthusiastic and intelligent.

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Obviously that was one the worst press conferences ever for a new head coach. The worst part is that Gase has done this before. You can give a first time coach a pass (well in most markets) however a coach with three years of experience is not a great first impression as a new head coach.


Was I mistaken when Gase was speaking about how his Miami Offense was not highly ranked say “we gave up stats for wins”? If true, 1. Don’t teams usually win more with better stats on offense. I mean this made me do a double take. Not sure if I heard that wrong.

2. What players in today’s NFL will want to come play for a coach who says that he held the stats down? In a “I have to get mine numbers for my next big contract” will this play out for FAs?

Granted Gase was not my first choice and will still get behind him however I am not feeling very positive about this hire.


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1 hour ago, Warfish said:

Forgive me for insensitivity, but if Gase DOES have social anxiety/spectrum/issues/whatever, that IS a legitimate issue for an NFL Head Coach.

-Word was alot of his players in Miami didn't like him and obviously quit on him at seasons end.

-Word is he had verbal altercations with his front office and Owner.

-Word is that people like Jamal Adams are not exactly wallflowers afraid to speak their minds.  

The job of an NFL Head Coach IS a social interaction job.  

If he legitimately has issues (whatever those issues may be), that would concern me only from a "can he actually manage an entire staff and team of modern entitled NFL Kids" or not.

Time will tell, but word from Miami isn't exactly encouraging.  And this presser very much made him look like he has issues in a social setting.

Bill Bellicheat, Nick Saban, Woody Hayes, Greg Popovich, Tony Larussa, Phil Jackson, Tom Landry, even Vince Lombardi.  Not exactly a list of Cum Laude graduates of Miss Manners' Charm School.  All did pretty well considering their lack of "Social Graces".  Relax,  if he doesn't succeed here it won't be because he wasn't "Sweet" enough.

 

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1 minute ago, kthisguy said:

Obviously that was one the worst press conferences ever for a new head coach. The worst part is that Gase has done this before. You can give a first time coach a pass (well in most markets) however a coach with three years of experience is not a great first impression as a new head coach.


Was I mistaken when Gase was speaking about how his Miami Offense was not highly ranked say “we gave up stats for wins”? If true, 1. Don’t teams usually win more with better stats on offense. I mean this made me do a double take. Not sure if I heard that wrong.

2. What players in today’s NFL will want to come play for a coach who says that he held the stats down? In a “I have to get mine numbers for my next big contract” will this play out for FAs?

Granted Gase was not my first choice and will still get behind him however I am not feeling very positive about this hire.


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Press conferences don’t win games. Personally, it was better than most Bowles pressers. Worst ever? Remember those early Bellicheat pressers in NE?

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He did a bump of coke before the press conference. 100%

 

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1 hour ago, Xtina said:

Oh my God. Get this man a hat. 

send him one, he definitely could use one of your knit beanies to keep that scalp warm come December. Consider it a good will gesture that will warm his heart to Jets fans.

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I know in an earlier thread I said I didn't think he's on the spectrum; I've since changed my mind. 

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