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Pick your next Jets coach, dummies

Pick Gase's replacement, you lemming  

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  1. 1. Next Jets HC

    • Press Taylor, Eagles QB coach
    • Kris Richard, Cowboys DB coach
    • Dan Campbell, Saints TE coach
    • Mike McCarthy, Aaron Rodgers hates him
    • Other realistic choice, you unserious dope, you absolute fetid turd, you clown.


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So, it appears as though the Jets have cratered and its hard, at this point, to see how Gase survives the rising onslaught of dipsh*t rube Jets fan outrage fueled by career dimwit troll-farmers Joe Beningo and Manish Mehta. The Jets job is, and will remain, awful and, as such, every one of these candidates are lower-rung guys desperate for a shot. You're not getting Lincoln Riley, Matt Campbell, or Matt Rhule to take a pay cut for this trash job, and I laugh in your face if any of you think you're getting an A-lister with the Falcons and Browns jobs coming open this offseason, and with the outside chance of the Giants, Cowboys, or Steelers jobs becoming available. Hell, at this point, it's hard to make the argument that the Redskins job isn't better than the Jets gig. Anyway, here's a list of second-tier coaches Chris Johnson might be able to con into ruining their lives for a few months at Florham Park. 

 

1. Press Taylor, 31, Eagles QB coach: Is it way too soon to hire this guy? Yes. But is he somebody that Joe Douglas is familiar with who might actually take the job? Also yes. Taylor is young, but he's been around football his entire life, and he's been with the Eagles in some capacity for the past six seasons. Definitely an outside-the-box option, but this is where you're shopping if you're the Jets. 

2. Dan Campbell, 43, Saints TE coach: Campbell is an old Giants TE who actually has some HC experience (going 5-7 after taking over for Joe Philbin with the Dolphins). He's a guy who gets interviewed every year but never gets a job, making him a perfect target for the Jets. On the plus side: he's a Parcells acolyte. On the negative side, he's old school and thinks players today are generally pussies, which wouldn't play well in the soft-boi Jets locker room.  

3. Kris Richard, 40, Cowboys DB coach/passing game coordinator: This would be an interesting hire, as he's a former standout safety who worked in Seattle with Pete Carroll and, after getting passed over for a few HC gigs, ended up in Dallas where he's padding his resume by learning about offense from Jason Garrett. He could probably be had because he's blocked from getting a coordinator job in Dallas, and he's clearly thirsty for a job.

4. Mike McCarthy, 55, very unemployed: Sucks.  

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54 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

So, it appears as though the Jets have cratered and its hard, at this point, to see how Gase survives the rising onslaught of dipsh*t rube Jets fan outrage fueled by career dimwit troll-farmers Joe Beningo and Manish Mehta. The Jets job is, and will remain, awful and, as such, every one of these candidates are lower-rung guys desperate for a shot. You're not getting Lincoln Riley, Matt Campbell, or Matt Rhule to take a pay cut for this trash job, and I laugh in your face if any of you think you're getting an A-lister with the Falcons and Browns jobs coming open this offseason, and with the outside chance of the Giants, Cowboys, or Steelers jobs becoming available. Hell, at this point, it's hard to make the argument that the Redskins job isn't better than the Jets gig. Anyway, here's a list of second-tier coaches Chris Johnson might be able to con into ruining their lives for a few months at Florham Park. 

 

1. Press Taylor, 31, Eagles QB coach: Is it way too soon to hire this guy? Yes. But is he somebody that Joe Douglas is familiar with who might actually take the job? Also yes. Taylor is young, but he's been around football his entire life, and he's been with the Eagles in some capacity for the past six seasons. Definitely an outside-the-box option, but this is where you're shopping if you're the Jets. 

2. Dan Campbell, 43, Saints TE coach: Campbell is an old Giants TE who actually has some HC experience (going 5-7 after taking over for Joe Philbin with the Dolphins). He's a guy who gets interviewed every year but never gets a job, making him a perfect target for the Jets. On the plus side: he's a Parcells acolyte. On the negative side, he's old school and thinks players today are generally pussies, which wouldn't play well in the soft-boi Jets locker room.  

3. Kris Richard, 40, Cowboys DB coach/passing game coordinator: This would be an interesting hire, as he's a former standout safety who worked in Seattle with Pete Carroll and, after getting passed over for a few HC gigs, ended up in Dallas where he's padding his resume by learning about offense from Jason Garrett. He could probably be had because he's blocked from getting a coordinator job in Dallas, and he's clearly thirsty for a job.

4. Mike McCarthy, 55, very unemployed: Sucks.  

Press rhymes with Hess and thats kinda nice. 

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I'd be interested in giving Jm Caldwell a rare third chance to be a Head Coach. I thought he did a solid job in Detroit. He had 3 winning seasons in 4 years and went to the playoffs twice. 

Other than him nobody else jumps out at me. I'd let Douglas pick the next coach. He could target someone from Philadelphia or Baltimore. 

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4 minutes ago, ScarletKnight89 said:

I'd be interested in giving Jm Caldwell a rare third chance to be a Head Coach.

 

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8 minutes ago, nyjunc said:

If we are going to fire Gase can we stop with the "we need some offensive minded coach" nonsense please?  We need to hire the best coach possible, it doesn't matter if they specialize in O or D.  

dont think its nonsense....  our O sucks balls

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TBH I’d love to see Mangold take a crack at it. He’s got a lot of time on his hands. Probably getting a little squirrelly. 

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I get your shtick here....what makes me the most outraged about this situation is that as much as I'm now convinced that Gase shouldn't be the HC of this team.....it doesn't make much sense to get rid of him RIGHT NOW. I have to sit through at least another season of this garbage

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30 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

Rhymes with Bike Blanahan 

Who is 147 years old and looking to fund a 3 bedroom condo at Del Boca Vista Phase 3. Hard pas. 

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Gonna have to get ahead of the curve on somebody who is going to be somebody. Guy has turned around every program he's been involved in, and he will make the jump. It could be here, or a major Div. 1 team. It will happen. But our moron ownership will NO DOUBT farm out the job AGAIN to get the least objectionable/fiscally reasonable NFL assistant who's kinda sorta popular. F___ that. But it's how these idiots work.

https://goholycross.com/sports/football/roster/coaches/bob-chesney/765

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Filippo is coaching his way back to the HC candidate pool with the work he's done with Minshew this year.....

 

I'm also keeping an eye on Kevin Stefanski in Minny if he can keep hiding Kirk Cousins en route to wins

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14 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

I'm sorry, sir. One caveat to my poll. You have to actually know the coach's name before you vote for him. Thanks in advance for your attention to this matter.

But he looks like Sid Rosenberg and may eat as many roids as him, so...

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13 minutes ago, Bugg said:

Who is 147 years old and looking to fund a 3 bedroom condo at Del Boca Vista Phase 3. Hard pas. 

No, the guy who is 4 months younger than Bill Belichick, is a legit offensive mastermind, has mentored Kyle Shanahan since he was a minnow and spent the last 3 years as a consultant for the sole undefeated team left in the NFL. 

That guy

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Until Woody and Chris go back into the babypowder business and sell the team this will continue. We could hire the best coaches and the best GM but until these idiots go away we're all screwed. Fire Gase banners are a joke, they should say sell the team.  

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Just now, Untouchable said:

No, the guy who is 4 months younger than Bill Belichick, is a legit offensive mastermind, has mentored Kyle Shanahan since he was a minnow and spent the last 3 years as a consultant for the sole undefeated team left in the NFL. 

Except Bellichick is running a well-oiled machine, not rebuilding a train wreck crossed with a nuclear meltdown. Simply don't know if any older guy can deal with that. Joe Gibbs version 2.0 or any of Parcells' later iterations were not so good. 

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23 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

I'm sorry, sir. One caveat to my poll. You have to actually know the coach's name before you vote for him. Thanks in advance for your attention to this matter.

BALDY McFOREARMS

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