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Just now, sec101row23 said:

It’s frustrating because Maccagnan should have, and deserved to be fired along with Bowles.  The fact that Maccagnan was allowed to oversee two off seasons with over $100 million in cap space was ludicrous and disgusting.  

one thing about the johnsons - they always need 1 guy they lean on and make decisions around that guy.  first it was parcells, then tanny, then mccagnan via casserly.  with gase coming, he probably supplanted mcags as the johnsons' go to guy.  thus mccagnan became expendable.  decisions will now be made with gase's desires in mind.  gase is the new rasputin.

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Just now, Matt39 said:

My worry is Johnson was blindsided about how crazy Gase was and panicked by firing a GM he liked. Let’s be honest, everything has been off since the bizarre Gase press conference when he got the job.

tough to say that mccagnan was truly liked as a gm.  

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Just now, choon328 said:

Yeah and Gase's desires are to develop Darnold. Which is what Macc's desires should have been. Gase's success is directly tied to Darnold so he will be willing to do anything in his power to develop Darnold. We should all be on board with that philosophy. 

true, at least the guy calling the shots is not spewing BPA or defense.  

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40 minutes ago, CTJetsFan said:

May be true, but Bowles lost his job because the team often looked unprepared on the field and he often lost control of the locker room.

if cj fired bowles why would he trust bowles' opinion on anyone else?

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2 minutes ago, Matt39 said:

The national media is going to be anti-Jet now as they're overwhelmingly pro-player (Le'veon) and anti type A guys without the resume to back it up. A 180 turn in spotlight from Mac and Bowles, where the Jets were irrelevant. 

the duplicity here is that if the jets had fired mccagnan when they fired bowles nobody around the nfl would care, b/c that's when everyone else was being fired.  now all of a sudden it's a big story, even though mccagnan has been rumored to be on the 'hot seat' since the season ended, and he was recently voted one of the worst gms in the league.

 

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20 minutes ago, slats said:

I don't think it's weird at all. CJ probably didn't know who to believe between his meek head coach and his meek GM, but didn't like the product on the field and decided that at least the head coach had to go. Then he hires a raging madman to replace the head coach because he feels that's what the team needs, and the new raging madman is very clear that the GM is doing things wrong and all of a sudden it's very clear to CJ, too. Bowles planting the seed probably made it easier to make the move now rather than wait until the end of the season. 

not to mention, there has been enough written and spoken by the local and national media that mccagnan is a big part of the problem.  so when you hear it from inside and outside, and you've already committed to gase, there was only one option left.

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Just now, Jetsfan80 said:

Bowles is a fantastic DC, awful HC. 

the same guy who put single coverage on deandre which is why the texans won last year.

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3 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

He was the HC, not the DC.  The DC was Kacy Rodgers.  His loyalty to Rodgers as the DC was a firable offense on its own. 

now that you mention it, it's nice that bowles, rodgers, mccags and lee are all gone.  

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