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I said it when they hired him and was called a hater, provided facts but the owner in Miami is an aho;le and Gase is sooo smart he maneuvered his way out.

Gase is who is a coah with a losing a record, a coach that alienates his players, but he is a qb whisperer, I proved that fact wrong also called a hater again. well the proof is out there in game one. 

Game two they better come out swinging as an offense if not it is going to get uglier esp when the coach is a di*k in interviews....called that one also.

I hate being right on this so far I want the Jets to win but I have no faith in Gase none what so ever. Payton made Gase not the other way around

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8 minutes ago, FlightBoyz said:

1 game in & fans already want Gase gone is asinine. This fan base never ceases to amaze me. 

allot if us never wanted him hired to begin with

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8 minutes ago, Apache 51 said:

How is that workin out?

0 and 1 so far .... need to ask outside of belief he will succeed what proof or track record of success without an HOF QB changing his plays has brought him?

I think we are looking at 0-2 with a coach that cant handle the media how do you think that is going to look when after a bad start because of tough schedule will turn out.?

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12 minutes ago, BallinPB said:

I questioned the hire initially as I didn't want him.  I got on board with it due to the propaganda this board spewed on how he was the perfect hire, right fit for Sam etc.  

Watched the first game and was highly disappointed with the offensive output (albeit vs a good defense).  

Did some research after the game on Gase and his time as OC with the Broncos, Bears and HC of the Dolphins.  His only success came as an OC with one of the greatest QBs to ever play the game.  

I'm not sure where the QB whisperer came from but he sure has never proven it.  His offenses without Manning are consistently not only bottom half of the league but in the 20s with some years close to the bottom.  The first game showed me he's trying to turn Darnold into Ryan Tannehill which is not what we want.  

He's consistently at the bottom of the league in 2nd and 3rd and long situations.  

We all wanted Mac gone.  However, we praised someone with this track record for winning an alleged power struggle without ever coaching a game with this franchise.  

All signs point to him failing here and it would not be a surprise if he does.  

I hope for the best but I'm prepared for the worst.  

All this has been pointed out before but the people that hated Bowles and lovedGase, thought things would change. when pointed out with facts they call anyone wwho disagrees about the SOJ fans or haters. I look at facts/stats and previous history and nothing in Gase's previous stops with the exception of having a HOF qb points to a continued track record of winning. 

They will blame the players, and everyone else first before admitting they might be wrong. Just look at the posts here as proof.

Dont get me wrong I wanted Bowles gone but they should have hired a coach with a record of winning in his previous stops not a coach that was fired for being a a$$ alienating his players and having a win lose record below 500.

 

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25 minutes ago, DMan77 said:

I don't see any issue with holding players accountable... He didn't even name names. His biggest quote was "Guys need to do a better job executing what they’re supposed to be doing.”

What's wrong with calling that? He didn't sit there and name any individual players.

And also, is he wrong? The OL flat out missed assignments, the WRs missed routes or slowed down, the defense fell apart when Mosley left.

I certainly can't predict the future. He could go 0-10 here and get the boot, who knows?

But I didn't see anything wrong with him sending a message to the guys. 

 

 

 

Accountability starts at the top and Gase did not hold himself accountable in most of the comments I saw. Look at Dan Quinns' answer to the media in Atlanta and compare them to Gase and tell me who would be liked better and Quinn has been to the superbowl and is on the hot seat this yr.

 

Lesson for Gase dont be a d*ck admit you were wrong and move on give a straight honest answer to the best ability you can. Don't give a response like  ‘I can basically do what I want’ The mdeia and fans will turn real quick if you lose and give crap responses like that

 

https://www.nj.com/jets/2019/09/adam-gase-just-laid-waste-to-jets.html

But here’s the thing about Gase’s confrontational, fire-and-brimstone approach: It’s great when your team is good. Fans could easily fall in love a straight shooter who won’t sugarcoat things just to save players’ feelings – if that coach also produces wins.

But if things go south? Then all of a sudden, this approach will quickly start to look and feel like sour grapes and blame avoidance. Just ask Dolphins fans.

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1 hour ago, Apache 51 said:

So loser Coach + loser org. = Loser.......

Relax JD is here. It takes time though.

I dont have an issue with rebuilding and I am relaxed what I have along with several other people is the coach and hype he got + the way he acts. If you are going to talk the talk at least be willing to be a leader and accept responsibility for yourself before you get cocky. there is nothing wrong with being humble it will get you further in life..

His body of work is nothing to grand to warrant all the adoration he receives. being realistic I have more faith in the gm and staff JD put together then I have in head coach, I think most people feel like was the right hire maybe at the wrong time. If you replace the gm it should have been done before free agency so he would have time to find the type of players he wants.

Basically the way the Jets handled this off season is almost a write off for any long term success.

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33 minutes ago, Dunnie said:


You ever work with a team that can't get the job done ... But no matter what they get patted on the back with sayings like ... you can get em next time ... It's ok ...it's not your fault ... You will do better next time
.. over.and over.and over and over ?

Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
 

you ever work for jerk and he is a part of the reason for the failures? ....Just asking

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1 hour ago, deucebag said:

The Bills were stacking the box in the 2nd half, play-action passes were the way to go.  However a huge problem was the Bills were able to generate substantial pressure with their front 4 (sometimes three) leaving 7-8 covering our crappy receivers.  Meanwhile, our alleged great DL couldn't generate pressure even when we blitzed.  Leo was invisible most of the game even though he played every snap (or perhaps that is a problem in its own - what happened the GWs DL rotation).  If there is not a significant improvement on Monday night we may be looking at a 1-6 or 0-7 start and if that happens I would hope for a complete disaster 1-15 season that gets us a #1 pick in a draft where that position would yield an epic haul.

fins are tanking on purpose I still think the 2nd half of the schedule is easier then the first half 7-9 is quite realistic

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1 hour ago, DMan77 said:

I don't think there's a one size fits all way of coaching. 

You know who else took all the heat and wouldn't hold a player accountable? Todd Bowels. He constantly talked himself down and how he had to do better. He used to constantly praise  the team after terrible loses.  They never responded to that. Maybe some teams do. Maybe some teams rally around their coach for guarding them and come out and play harder... But maybe some don't. 

Maybe sometimes you have a group of guys that needs a fire lit under them more than they need to be protected. Who knows what that locker room is like?

Look again, I have no idea what's going to happen. I have no idea if it's the right or wrong move... I just don't think it's right to completely condemn him for saying his team needs to play better... 

again if you read and understood my point it..there is no issue calling out players there is an issue of calling out players and acting like a d*ck. look at his answers did he take some of the responsibility yes but when ask specific questions his answers were crap and will alienate people

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24 minutes ago, sackdance said:

What if Gase doesn't feel that way? What then, it's a personal affont? Let's simply treat him like an 0-1 coach and hope we can improve on Monday night.

The he has not grown as a coach or person cause that is one of the reasons he was fired in Miami and has a losing record. And this is treating as a 0-1 coach

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20 minutes ago, thebuzzardman said:

Hate it when guys with 30 years in the mailroom post

Why because you only have 25 yrs in the mail room?

seriously what does anyone’s occupation have to do with what they think. 

And no I do not work in a mail room

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On 9/11/2019 at 10:02 AM, DMan77 said:

I don't think there's a one size fits all way of coaching. 

You know who else took all the heat and wouldn't hold a player accountable? Todd Bowels. He constantly talked himself down and how he had to do better. He used to constantly praise  the team after terrible loses.  They never responded to that. Maybe some teams do. Maybe some teams rally around their coach for guarding them and come out and play harder... But maybe some don't. 

Maybe sometimes you have a group of guys that needs a fire lit under them more than they need to be protected. Who knows what that locker room is like?

Look again, I have no idea what's going to happen. I have no idea if it's the right or wrong move... I just don't think it's right to completely condemn him for saying his team needs to play better... 

i am not condemning him for that if you understood my point it is take your own slice of the pie and dont be a D#ck about it when giving an answer

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17 hours ago, thebuzzardman said:

Joke kind of went over  your head I guess

I guess so because I dont see the humor in the statement

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