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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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1 minute ago, Jetsfan80 said:

BALDY McFOREARMS

Roidy McShavedHead.

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1 hour 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.  

Are you really still stanning for Gase?

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Rehire Herm. 

Doing a good job with AZ ST! 

(Now to determine if I'm serious or not) 

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39 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.

HAHAHAHHAHHAAHHA.  Rob something...................

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Scott Frost after he gets canned from Nebraska. 

By the way....all you experts that slammed the notion of hiring McCarthy should go to the corner of the room for a time out. 

 

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3 minutes ago, Darnold Schwarzenegger said:

Lincoln Riley

5 years 100 million.

Make it happen CJ

 

He can get $100M or more from a lot of NFL teams if he wants it.  He'd laugh into the phone at us.  

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1 hour ago, Scott Dierking said:

Send a "We are Sorry" card to Matt Rhule?

I think he now has a gazillion dollar buy-out at Baylor.

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1 hour ago, Joe W. Namath said:

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I don’t think this guy would be dumb enough to take the Jets HC job!

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Just now, JA33 said:

I don’t think this guy would be dumb enough to take the Jets HC job!

If the johnson dont get involved and let Joe Douglas hire this guy, I think we can get him.

If the johnsons are doing the interviewing and the hiring and the HC will report to the Johnsons, then you are right.  No one will want this job.

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The only positive I can find if we keep Disgase is that we will pick in the top 3 of every round for the next 3 years.  That could work.

 

In reality you fire that #$%^er and make GW the interim HC.  Cooter becomes OC.  GM runs the show, HC reports to him.  Chris and Woody leave everything alone.

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1 hour ago, Losmeister said:

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

And Gase is an "offensive minded coach", that's the point.  As long as the new HC beings in good coordinators that is all that matters.  Bowles was a D minded coach and the D sucked under him.  Just get the best man for the job regardless of their specialty.

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49 minutes ago, SR24 said:

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.  

This 100%

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5 minutes ago, nyjunc said:

And Gase is an "offensive minded coach", that's the point.  As long as the new HC beings in good coordinators that is all that matters.  Bowles was a D minded coach and the D sucked under him.  Just get the best man for the job regardless of their specialty.

i'd still prefer an offensive mind. Gase is a fail but so have many other DCs et cet been fails...  lets try a few O guy in a row this time ....   i get the/your point....    

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10 minutes ago, nyjunc said:

And Gase is an "offensive minded coach", that's the point.  As long as the new HC beings in good coordinators that is all that matters.  Bowles was a D minded coach and the D sucked under him.  Just get the best man for the job regardless of their specialty.

Could not agree more.  Forgot an offensive or defensive guy.  We need a leader of men that is respected and feared by the players.  A guy we would run through a wall for who is fair but tough and honest.

 

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1 hour 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

Sounds like you're still a Gase believer.  How long would you give Gase to prove himself?  I assume you'd want him back for at least next year.

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16 minutes ago, Losmeister said:

i'd still prefer an offensive mind. Gase is a fail but so have many other DCs et cet been fails...  lets try a few O guy in a row this time ....   i get the/your point....    

Assuming Gase is gone, our last 4 offensive HCs:

Joe Walton

Bruce coslet

Rich Kotite

Adam Gase

 

They just need to make sure they have the right offensive staff, I don't believe it matters which side of the ball the HC specialized in.

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9 minutes ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

Sounds like you're still a Gase believer.  How long would you give Gase to prove himself?  I assume you'd want him back for at least next year.

It's not pro-Gase. The Jets need to be very careful about what they do here because I think a lot of prospective head coaching candidates see what happened to Bowles and will see what happens with Gase and rightly deduce that trusting your career prospects to the auspices of Chris Johnson isn't worth it. 

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4 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

It's not pro-Gase. The Jets need to be very careful about what they do here because I think a lot of prospective head coaching candidates see what happened to Bowles and will see what happens with Gase and rightly deduce that trusting your career prospects to the auspices of Chris Johnson isn't worth it. 

What did we do to Bowles?  He was given a lot of time (though admittedly with a bad team).  Gase has been an unmitigated disaster so far.  I still would have no issue if CJ waited until the end of the season.  But unless things do a 180, Gase has no business being brought back next year.  

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It might be a couple of years too early, but Kellen Moore is going to be an amazing head coach whenever he gets the opportunity. 

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4 minutes ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

What did we do to Bowles?  He was given a lot of time (though admittedly with a bad team).  Gase has been an unmitigated disaster so far.  I still would have no issue if CJ waited until the end of the season.  But unless things do a 180, Gase has no business being brought back next year.  

That's fine, but put yourself in the position of a 48 year-old assistant coach who has spent the bulk of the last 28 years of his life making less than $40k either coaching up a$$hole high school and college kids, or chopping up tape for 18 hours a day as a quality control coach in order to, one day, get a shot to be the head coach of a professional team. And then you look to risk all that to take the Jets job where nobody has prevailed, and where highly established assistants like Bowles and Gase were undone by a roster that you couldn't win the Pac-12 with. You're going to risk all that work on the Jets?  

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2 hours ago, Scott Dierking said:

Send a "We are Sorry" card to Matt Rhule?

And a fruit basket, that always helps

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3 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

That's fine, but put yourself in the position of a 48 year-old assistant coach who has spent the bulk of the last 28 years of his life making less than $40k either coaching up a$$hole high school and college kids, or chopping up tape for 18 hours a day as a quality control coach in order to, one day, get a shot to be the head coach of a professional team. And then you look to risk all that to take the Jets job where nobody has prevailed, and where highly established assistants like Bowles and Gase were undone by a roster that you couldn't win the Pac-12 with. You're going to risk all that work on the Jets?  

Is this any different though even if we keep Gase another year?

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I wanted Matt Rhule last spring and still want Matt Rhule 

he's got Baylor at 8-0 #1 in the Big 12 two years after a full sex scandal obliterated the recruiting

 for context Baylor is traditionally like the 4th-6th best team in the state of Texas (UT, A&M, Tech, TCU, maybe even SMU sometimes)  

he won with Temple which as those who follow NE CFB know is a cursed terrible program 

the Jets would be this man's greatest turnaround 

Jets fans have this delusion that a Bill Cowher would coach here - hah - or that anyone with a ring would take a chance. They all know how bad the ownership is... 

this team needs an underdog coach with a proven record of turning around crapshow programs with institutional disadvantages 

Because the Jets are a crap show heel of the league and it will take a miracle worker to turn this garbage heap around 

it won't be cheap by the way he'd have to be bought out like 10 mil on his deal

but there are smart football people out there, and you don't need to ask friggin Peyton Manning for advice 

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1 hour ago, static14 said:

Carli Lloyd.

also should be noted that Sam Ficken sucks

if he hits that FG and it's 10 nothing who knows how the game goes 

it's only a sunny day in Miami 

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It doesn't matter.  Nothing matters. The franchise is simply too broken to fix. It's why Joe D demanded so much money, he sold out and cashed in and got his family's nest egg. Hes already a dead man walking, and he knows it. Coach? LOL. Firing Walt Michaels was the Rubicon moment of this franchise. It is collapsed. Unfixable. Even Bill Parcells could only put a band aid on this broken sh*tshow for barely a year. This franchise has been too inept and broken for too long. It took this team 18 months to Destroy their latest young QB prospect. Its over.

 

It doesn't matter. Accept it.

 

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What would be fu*king hilarious is if they did can Gase today and whoever became interim coach would win the next 8 games... hahah... I dont care who the next coach is as long as we can all give our liver(s) a break for once....

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3 minutes ago, bitonti said:

also should be noted that Sam Ficken sucks

if he hits that FG and it's 10 nothing who knows how the game goes 

it's only a sunny day in Miami 

Ficken's kicks have always had more fade and curve on them than your average kicker. Always that way at PSU

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12 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

That's fine, but put yourself in the position of a 48 year-old assistant coach who has spent the bulk of the last 28 years of his life making less than $40k either coaching up a$$hole high school and college kids, or chopping up tape for 18 hours a day as a quality control coach in order to, one day, get a shot to be the head coach of a professional team. And then you look to risk all that to take the Jets job where nobody has prevailed, and where highly established assistants like Bowles and Gase were undone by a roster that you couldn't win the Pac-12 with. You're going to risk all that work on the Jets?  

Yet, 

Rex Ryan had a job within 24 hours of being fired.

Todd Bowles had a job within 24 hours of being fired.

Eric Mangini had a job within 24 hours of being fired.

A team traded for the right to Herm Edwards.

Your dramatics are cute but lack any merit of truth whatsoever in what you're trying to sell here.

 

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2 hours 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.  

“The Circle of Jet Life”.....there will NEVER be a Parcells-type coming to the rescue as long as the Johnsons own this team.

Don’t spend a single dollar on the Jets as long as the Johnsons own them.  Same as I did with the Mets once the Wilpon’s took full control.  If you do....YOU are part of the problem.

Unfortunately it really doesn’t matter because of the mountains of TV money they score win or lose, but at least you’ll feel like you’re not part of the problem.

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9 minutes ago, Scott Dierking said:

Ficken's kicks have always had more fade and curve on them than your average kicker. Always that way at PSU

The one he missed yesterday looked like me on a short par 3.

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