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So, when does the winning start?

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53 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Ah, yes, the .jpeg god strikes again.

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1 hour ago, BROOKLYN JET said:

So Champ Kelly turned us down.

Funny that this is the way the big announcement is looked at. 

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2 hours ago, JetsFanatic said:

The Jets made it official, announcing the hirings of Rex Hogan (assistant GM), Chad Alexander (director of player personnel) and Phil Savage (senior football adviser). Three experienced football minds for Joe Douglas’ front office. #Jets

Looks like Douglas was able to poach a scout from the Eagles as well. he was just promoted for the Eagles so that must translate to him being valued there. Another respected hire for our new GM!  Keep it going man! 

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Though he was promoted with the #Eagles, Chris Nolan will become an area scout with the #Jets. He only would have had a limited amount of schools to scout even with promotion with previous team, so he gets a full area with NYJ.

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Well structured upper management + Capable seasoned coaching staff + More dynamic athletic players = Winning franchise on the rise.

The Jets seem to finally have solved this simple mathematic equation.  Winning football games to follow.  It starts now.

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Had this for the Cheerleaders thread.  Didnt want it to go to waste, so whatever. 

 

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2 hours ago, Spoot-Face said:

So, when does the winning start?

I would guess sometime after the games start

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Additionally, the Jets filled some front office positions by promoting holdovers brought in by previous regimes. Eleventh-year Jets staffer Greg Nemjeh will become the team’s new director of pro personnel, and 13th-year Jets staffer Dan Zbojovsky the team’s new director of personnel operations. Kevin Murphy, a Jets pro scout the past two years, will rise to the position of pro scouting director. The team also added Chris Nolan as a college scout. Nolan was an Eagles staffer during Douglas’ Philadelphia stay. Nolan will serve as an area scout, per veteran NFL reporter Howard Balzer (on Twitter).

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Looks like everything fell into place this offseason.  I am happy with it.

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8 hours ago, jetscrazey said:

Damn this front office is shaping up well.

 

7 hours ago, Greenbloodblitz said:

Yes there is absolutely good stuff happening all around! Go New York Jets! It's about f****** time!

So far so good. Lots of reasons to be upbeat about the Jets going forward. Hard to see anything negative with any of this.

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Phil Savage is back in the NFL.

The Mobile native, who was most recently the GM of the Arizona Hotshots of the now-folded Alliance of American Football, was named a New York Jets senior advisor Wednesday.

“I’m very thankful for this new assignment with the New York Jets,” Savage told AL.com on Wednesday night. “General manager Joe Douglas and I got back nearly 20 years to our Baltimore Ravens’ days, and I am so honored to be a part of his first staff.”

Savage, who was the executive director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl from 2012-2018 and was also a color analyst for the Crimson Tide Sports Network, was Douglas’ boss with the Baltimore Ravens as the director of college scouting and director of player personnel from 2000-2004 before becoming Cleveland’s general manager in 2005.

“I believe my best football is still ahead of me and am hopeful that I can make a positive contribution to the organization and team,” Savage said.

Jim Nagy, the executive director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl, said the move makes sense for both Savage and the Jets.

 

“At the end of the day, you’re an evaluator,” said Nagy, who joined me and Lee Shirvanian on Wednesday during “The Opening Kickoff” on WNSP-FM 105.5. “You’re a high-paid scout. You don’t do anything except football. Now that Joe is in that general manager role he’ll be doing 80 percent of other things and 20 percent football. His role will flip.

“Phil’s been exposed to all the media, public speaking, the business aspect, so there will be pitfalls that Phil will help Joe avoid. That’s huge.”

The Jets also announced Douglas hired Rex Hogan as assistant general manager and Chad Alexander as director of player personnel. Douglas also promoted Greg Nejmeh to director of pro personnel, Dan Zbojovsky to director of personnel operations and Kevin Murphy to assistant director of pro scouting, and added Chris Nolan to the staff as a college scout.

“I am excited to add these four talented men to our group,” Douglas said in a release on New York Jets’ web site. “They will help us find the right players as we continue to develop our culture. You need to build depth in an organization at all spots and that includes the front office. Greg, Dan and Kevin are bright football minds who I’m happy to work alongside. We have a lot of good people here and this is only going to help us collectively move forward.”

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12 hours ago, joenamathwouldn'tcry said:

Well structured upper management + Capable seasoned coaching staff + More dynamic athletic players = Winning franchise on the rise.

The Jets seem to finally have solved this simple mathematic equation.  Winning football games to follow.  It starts now.

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Christopher Johnson be like

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17 hours ago, Spoot-Face said:

So, when does the winning start?

2021..

 

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Pretty amazing. A few weeks ago Gase was Brutus the new GM would be a puppet without roster control and the Jets were in full clown shoe mode according to the "media"

But now we have an experienced and deep personnel office, and one of the brightest GM candidates in Douglas.

More important though is this:

We went from an almost isolationist front office regime, that was not well connected, not respected and known for being indecisive to one of the more connected regimes both at the Pro Level, and especially at the college level with Savage.

Pretty amazing.

Then there was this tidbit: The evaluation system the Jets used under the Dunkin Donuts Slut was different for college players and pro players so it was not easy to determine if a college player was an upgrade over a veteran and vice versa. Douglas will implement a system where they are the same which makes for easy comparisons. It's an Ozzie Newsome thing.

Say what you will but Chris Johnson is sort of killing it lately.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, johnnysd said:

A few weeks ago Gase was Brutus the new GM would be a puppet without roster control and the Jets were in full clown shoe mode according to the "media"

Nobody thought this who has any understanding of what really was going on

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3 hours ago, GREENBEAN said:

“Phil’s been exposed to all the media, public speaking, the business aspect, so there will be pitfalls that Phil will help Joe avoid. That’s huge.”

Agree with that. A guy who faced it in Cleveland is probably well-equipped to help the new guy with the Jets. 

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Nobody thought this who has any understanding of what really was going on

99% of people thought that from top to bottom of the understanding chart.
It’s how it looked and when you factor in the Jets history, even just the past decade, it was well supported negativity.

I am ecstatic with how this all worked out but let’s not act like this doesn’t have the potential to be strongest month of moves /hires in jets history. This is simply not the norm.

I’m in 100% but I was about as skeptical as I could be after the rumblings of the rift came true and the 200% wrong proclamation by mindless Mehta. It was a bloodbath and for once the jets seemingly come out on top. May it be the sign of things to come.

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