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Just for fun - Which of these previous Jets Head Coaches would you want today?

If you had to replace Adam Gase with a previous Jets HC who would you pick?  

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  1. 1. If you had to replace Adam Gase with a previous Jets HC who would you pick?

    • Herm Edwards
      14
    • Eric Mangini
      64
    • Rex Ryan
      47
    • Todd Bowles
      1


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If you had to replace Adam Gase with a recent, previous Jets HC, which of these would you pick?

  • Herm Edwards (too many BBQs)
  • Eric Mangini (too tight, too much "process")
  • Rex Ryan (too loose, too much bragging)
  • Todd Bowles (no pulse or passion)

 

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1 minute ago, LockeJET said:

Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis or Crabs. Which one would you rather have?

We're Jets fans, we only get bad options!

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5 minutes ago, LockeJET said:

Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis or Crabs. Which one would you rather have?

Crabs, because you can get rid of it on your own with shaving  cream and a razor. 

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Just now, Beerfish said:

Mangini never should have been fired.

The two people though flawed but who actually had a real plan in Mangini and Idzik get fired after a couple of seasons.  The awful horrible coaches and gms who from day one look like garbage all get 5 years.

The difference is that the idiot GMs and dumb coaches we’ve had here knew to suck up to the fanbase and throw Manish a bone every so often to keep the public pressure low. 

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3 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

Idzik found fewer good players with 12 picks than anyone else did with 7 picks.

 

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Rex. For sure. Gimme that entertainment plus he was good at his defensive gameplans. Except that all out blitzing. 

I wouldn’t be able to deal with Manginis bend but don’t break D and staleness. 

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which previous Jets Head Coach would i want today ?..

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...the one wearin' the tie ^ ^    ;)

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, T0mShane said:

Can someone tell me who voted for Herm so we can have that person sent to Gitmo?

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It was me all along!

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1 hour ago, section314 said:

Walt Michaels.Not even close.

My choice too. 

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If it's 2009 I'd still go Rex because he was the right coach for that roster at that time in 2009 and 2010. 

 

Otherwise I am a vote for Mangini out of that list. Not a great HC by any stretch but he at least knew how to get the GM to put together a good roster. Mangini was not some genius at scouting or roster management. He was proficient (admittedly with some clunkers) at assessing players and knew how to convince the front office to follow a functional plan. A good roster can bail out some not so good coaching and would at least get the team pointed back towards competitiveness. At a minimum Mangini would be good for two or three years to build the roster and make the team a better destination for somebody who is equally as proficient at roster input but better at coaching. 

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8 minutes ago, Ohhthepain said:

Genuine question, why isnt Mangini in a front office somewhere if he is such a big personel guy?

Politics. Look at the influence Kraft and Bill have around the league. Do the math.

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The correct answer to this question is: Bill Belichick.  :-)

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Lots of good coaches end up out of the league because of networking and politics, like all walks of life.

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3 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

Lots of good coaches end up out of the league because of networking and politics, like all walks of life.

Yep.  And few leagues have more disgusting levels of nepotism/despotism and blackballing than the NFL.  Just look what happened to Colin Kaepernick.  

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Even though he wasn’t listed Walt Michaels by far. He rebuilt the disaster that was the Lou Holtz Charlie Winner era made them competitive in 2 years had a brutal 1980 season but the next year had a legitimate Super Bowl contender ( Same can be said for Parcells as well) 

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6 minutes ago, CSNY said:

Even though he wasn’t listed Walt Michaels by far. He rebuilt the disaster that was the Lou Holtz Charlie Winner era made them competitive in 2 years had a brutal 1980 season but the next year had a legitimate Super Bowl contender ( Same can be said for Parcells as well) 

I really believe if Hess didn't fire Michaels after the 1983 season, the Jets would have gone to a Super Bowl or two. Those teams were stacked.

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