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Someone will want a job in New York with a young franchise qb, that I can tell you!

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Btw — Tony shows his football IQ when he says “Le’Veon Bell doesn’t fit Gase’s scheme, Gase runs an outside the gap scheme”

 

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3 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Btw — Tony shows his football IQ when he says “Le’Veon Bell doesn’t fit Gase’s scheme, Gase runs an outside the gap scheme”

 

LOOOOL

He’s an inside power runner according to Tony. 

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2 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

I don’t know. I don’t think coaches should be GMs, but at the same time I don’t mind having *one guy* be the shot caller. I think Gase is tough enough to assume control and smart enough to be trusted with at least a chance to build his roster. Especially considering he’s building it from a QB-centric view, which is really how it needs to be done these days. We just had ten years of defensive coaches pushing around wimpy GMs and spending billions on DLs and DBs, so I’m cool if Gase reverses the trend and we’re overcompensating OLs and WRs for once.

I’m okay with overcompensating with OL’s WR’s but at the same time, I look at his ability to find players and I just don’t know if he’s much better at it than Maccagnan. It also scares me that he’s so emotionally reactionary because what if he trades someone he doesn’t like and it makes our team worse? 

There are pieces of this situation that both attract and scare me off.

If he’s going to have such a strong say in player personnel, I’d almost rather them get a guy in there specifically to hunt good players that may be of interest to Gase. 

Almost like a Mike Mayock-Jon Gruden relationship.

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1 minute ago, Patriot Killa said:

I’m okay with overcompensating with OL’s WR’s but at the same time, I look at his ability to find players and I just don’t know if he’s much better at it than Maccagnan. It also scares me that he’s so emotionally reactionary because what if he trades someone he doesn’t like and it makes our team worse? 

There are pieces of this situation that both attract and scare me off.

If he’s going to have such a strong say in player personnel, I’d almost rather them get a guy in there specifically to hunt good players that may be of interest to Gase. 

Almost like a Mike Mayock-Jon Gruden relationship.

You know who emotionally cuts and trades guys he gets annoyed with? Bill Belichick. Bill Parcells dumped Hugh Douglas because of his mouth and Douglas was a really good player. Mangini psychotically dragged Pete Kendall through the campus by his hair for his own amusement. It happens. 

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28 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

Meh. That’s mostly Pauline doing a victory lap without adding much new than what’s already out there. The one thing I found amusing was Pauline saying that Maccagnan is too “old school” and doesn’t want to pay big money for tight ends and centers...but he’ll drop high picks on safeties and ILBs? Bottom line with everything flying around right now is that Maccagnan was in way over his head and needed to go. Regardless of how anyone feels about Gase, there’s nooooobody out there making the positive case for retaining Maccagnan right now. 

Drafting box Safeties 6th overall is “old school”? 

 

Investing in OL is supposedly old school.  Pauline is a retard

 

 

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4 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

You know who emotionally cuts and trades guys he gets annoyed with? Bill Belichick. Bill Parcells dumped Hugh Douglas because of his mouth and Douglas was a really good player. Mangini psychotically dragged Pete Kendall through the campus by his hair for his own amusement. It happens. 

Exactly.  Gase is doing exactly what Mangini did only everyone here celebrates Mangini even now but somehow Gase is worse than Kotite

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17 minutes ago, Creepy Lurker said:

He’s an inside power runner according to Tony. 

Laughable. Bell shoots out of any gap that is there. He’s not stiff and strictly a between the tackles kind of guy. Tony is painting him as a North-South runner and that would be sort of correct if he was still at Michigan State but he’s not. He’s got some crazy agility and really just overall solid movement ability. He plays quick and his vision allows him to find any hole. 

So the gaps truly don’t matter for him...just make sure there are gaps there.

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12 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

You know who emotionally cuts and trades guys he gets annoyed with? Bill Belichick. Bill Parcells dumped Hugh Douglas because of his mouth and Douglas was a really good player. Mangini psychotically dragged Pete Kendall through the campus by his hair for his own amusement. It happens. 

Its a nice comparison but it doesn’t mean much if he doesn’t replace them with bodies that can play and fit the team just as well as the person he decides to cut.

This is why Beli never misses a beat.

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4 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Laughable. Bell shoots out of any gap that is there. He’s not stiff and strictly a between the tackles kind of guy. Tony is painting him as a North-South runner and that would be sort of correct if he was still at Michigan State but he’s not. He’s got some crazy agility and really just overall solid movement ability. He plays quick and his vision allows him to find any hole. 

So the gaps truly don’t matter for him...just make sure there are gaps there.

He’s very balanced so I thought that was a weird comment by Tony. 

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I recall Pepper Johson having similar criticism about the front office. Essentially highlighting that Macc didn’t factor in what coaches were trying to do on the field. This has been an issue the entire time. The difference now is the HC won’t just stay quiet in a corner. All the guy wanted was a backup TE. That’s it.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2018/08/31/i-was-made-scapegoat-ex-coach-blasts-jets-in-blistering-interview/amp/

 

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2 hours ago, Villain The Foe said:

Macc and Heimerdinger completely botched the HC search and hired Gase out of desperation (which was clear to see). 

Isn't that clear to see. 

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4 minutes ago, Creepy Lurker said:

He’s very balanced so I thought that was a weird comment by Tony. 

They would NOT have been throwing Bell swing passes and flicking it to him out flat for 6 years if all he could of was run North/South lmfao. You gotta have SOME kind of wiggle in most of those situations if you wanna break loose.

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17 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

Exactly.  Gase is doing exactly what Mangini did only everyone here celebrates Mangini even now but somehow Gase is worse than Kotite

Agree. Gase is very Mangini-like. He wants specific players, with a specific attitude. If you aren't his type of player then you're gone.

I think it's precisely what this team needs after years of mismanagement.

Oh, and Pauline is a mouth-breathing,  moustachioed chimp.

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1 minute ago, sourceworx said:

Agree. Gase is very Mangini-like. He wants specific players, with a specific attitude. If you aren't his type of player then you're gone.

I think it's precisely what this team needs after years of mismanagement.

As long as those players are like the players Mangini was given — Nick Mangold, D’Brick, Harris, Revis.

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It's like we gave the media something to talk about for a few weeks until camp opens. They must think The Jets and CJ are the gift that keeps giving 

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6 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

They would NOT have been throwing Bell swing passes and flicking it to him out flat for 6 years if all he could of was run North/South lmfao. You gotta have SOME kind of wiggle in most of those situations if you wanna break loose.

Yeah, it was a bizarre take for sure.

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Meanwhile everyone else's talking about how the Jets job is desirable with their roster, Darnold.  

 

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Just now, Jet Nut said:

Meanwhile everyone else's talking about how the Jets job is desirable with their roster, Darnold.  

 

Nobody is saying that.

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1 minute ago, T0mShane said:

Nobody is saying that.

You need to get off the board.  This place doesn't qualify as everyone

 

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1 minute ago, Jet Nut said:

You need to get off the board.  This place doesn't qualify as everyone

 

Name one person 

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2 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

Name one person 

Almost veryone on NFLN.  Most of the NFL live people.  Tanny.

Theres a whole world outside of what Cimini or Pauline whine about.  

Remember when you and a few others said no one would want the HC job.  Spot on too. 

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5 minutes ago, Villain The Foe said:

Not surprised. 😁🤙

Well let's see.  Gase wanted and took the job.  McCarthy said it was the only job he would take.  They clearly could have had Ruhle if they wanted him.  KK too.

Reeks of desperation, right? 😛👍

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3 minutes ago, Jet Nut said:

Remember when you and a few others said no one would want the HC job.  Spot on too. 

How are you real

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Nah man.  I am good.  Just going to stick to Dennis interviewing Glenn.  Can only take about one Jets podcast every couple of days now.

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5 minutes ago, Jet Nut said:

Almost veryone on NFLN.  Most of the NFL live people.  Tanny.

Theres a whole world outside of what Cimini or Pauline whine about.  

Remember when you and a few others said no one would want the HC job.  Spot on too. 

This is a lie. I watched NFLN for an hour yesterday and it was like watching a layup line of various analysts dunking on the Jets. 

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6 minutes ago, Jet Nut said:

Well let's see.  Gase wanted and took the job.  McCarthy said it was the only job he would take.  They clearly could have had Ruhle if they wanted him.  KK too.

Reeks of desperation, right? 😛👍

Pauline, whom you said was a lying psychopath last week but whom was 100% correct, in this interview says that Gase didn’t want the Jets job, wanted the Browns job, and it ended up being a marriage of mutual desperation when the Browns hired Kitchens

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3 minutes ago, dbatesman said:

How are you real

Good answer.

Avoided the question totally.  

 

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