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No word on who the Houston Texans will be targeting at this point, but the Jets could now have competition in their search for a new General Manager.  Previously the only team in the market  for a new GM, the Houston Texans are now in the hunt as well.

The Texans have fired GM Brian Gaine after one season. Wow.

— Dan Leberfeld (@jetswhispers) June 7, 2019

After just one season in the position, the Texans have reportedly fired GM Brian Gaine.  The Jets have had three weeks to hire a GM, and now a team that supposedly likes the Jets top choice has entered the fray.

In 2018, when the Texans were searching for a GM, they were denied the chance to interview Joe Douglas. Douglas, of course, is now a preferred target of the Jets. More here: https://t.co/NmR7s4QOmk

— Field Yates (@FieldYates) June 7, 2019

Things could get interesting, Jets fans.

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Watch Douglas choose the Texans due to the state tax breaks.

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1 minute ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

Watch Douglas choose the Texans due to the state tax breaks.

If Douglas was the jets 1st choice he should have been signed sealed and delivered by now or it is an utter fail by the jets ownership...again

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2 minutes ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

Watch Douglas choose the Texans due to the state tax breaks.

Douglas would have been hired already if that was the plan. I really think Douglas is out and it will be Kelly or Fritterer,

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In many ways, Houston is a much more desirable destination for a new GM.

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1 minute ago, NYJ1 said:

In many ways, Houston is a much more desirable destination for a new GM.

Eh. 

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12 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

If Douglas was the jets 1st choice he should have been signed sealed and delivered by now or it is an utter fail by the jets ownership...again

I'm hoping this is not the case but it's what I'm expecting (so as to not be disappointed).

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12 minutes ago, NYJ1 said:

In many ways, Houston is a much more desirable destination for a new GM.

Lower cost of living. Lower taxes. Not a second rate franchise with bad owners. 

It's a much better destination.

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14 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

If Douglas was the jets 1st choice he should have been signed sealed and delivered by now or it is an utter fail by the jets ownership...again

You nailed it brother.  Chris Johnson is an indecisive idiot.  He's not a football guy.  If I'm Douglas, I don't want to report to this guy.

 

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Jets better be calling and offering him whatever he wants 

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29 minutes ago, sourceworx said:

Lower cost of living. Lower taxes. Not a second rate franchise with bad owners. 

It's a much better destination.

If he young kids do you want to move halfway across the country or commute to Jersey from Philly allowing the kids to stay in their school 

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Douglas has no history with O'Brien as far as I know. That's not happening. But it's such a tasty narrative to talk about him going to the Texans that I can hardly blame the media lemmings for jumping on that. 

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Looking forward to all those dysfunctional Texans stories in the media.

Fired Gaine in June, after letting him run free agency and the draft.

What a circus.

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Yeah, that's the first thing I thought of too-fire your GM  after the draft-the Jets have started a trend!

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28 minutes ago, mrcoops said:

Looking forward to all those dysfunctional Texans stories in the media.

Fired Gaine in June, after letting him run free agency and the draft.

What a circus.

 

The media knows that only works for riling up the pessimistic jets fans .  So they use words like dysfunctional, dumpster fire, Circus ect with us .. 

and “just business” with the Texans .

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