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Sam Darnold on Redskins game & reports he talked to Gase about the offense

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4 hours ago, jetsons said:

Now, instead of teaching, they could build and sculpt.

This This This This right here I Hope is exactly where Darnold and Gase are at now like Payton and Brees, build it together from the ground up, and expanding every week, year, and hopefully decade together building the offensive playbook/concepts/schemes as one.

 

Also hella thanks for posting the printed word version.

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4 hours ago, jetsons said:

In his past three games against the Dolphins, Giants and Redskins

This has to make you take the last 3 weeks with a grain of salt, and I’m one of the biggest Darnold guys out there.

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4 hours ago, jetsons said:

LANDOVER, Md — Sam Darnold burst into Adam Gase’s office three weeks ago, cheeks beet red. He had something he needed to say, but he wasn’t sure how to express it or how it would be received.

The Jets were losing, and Darnold was struggling. This offense, supposedly coached in the direction football was going, was stuck in reverse. Darnold had enough and had kept quiet far too long. So he sat his coach down. He requested they go over the playbook.

Darnold told Gase precisely what he liked, then what he didn’t. He went over the plays and concepts he felt his teammates ran effectively and those they needed to throw out. He was open. He was honest. And when he was done, he looked like a kid who stood up to his Dad for the first time.
 
Gase, seated across the desk, smiled at his 22-year-old quarterback.

“It’s about damn time,” he said.

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The Gase Process/Method is not inspiring. 

He should be a permanent OC. He needs a boss. 

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12 minutes ago, dbatesman said:

thingsthatdefinitelyhappened.txt

Lol this isn’t even what Darnold said in the video. It pays to watch it.

the article is bullsh*t according to Sam.

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5 hours ago, jetsons said:

Gase, seated across the desk, smiled at his 22-year-old quarterback.

“It’s about damn time,” he said.

Ugh.

Ugh

If this doesn’t reek like some in-over-his-head manager setting up the narrative that he orchestrated all of this... Not gonna lie, Gase hits all my triggers in terms of sh*tty, smarmy “take-credit” leadership tactics. Reminds me far too much of guys I’ve work for. 

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Gotta hope Sam’s talent can carry Gase, I guess. Like Peyton. Cause Gase’s ability to manipulate optics for his bosses seems strong.

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5 hours ago, jetsons said:

With the offense tailored more toward Darnold’s strengths, the quarterback’s footwork improved. Gase drew up a slew of bootleg passes to get Darnold on the move. He called quick passes to set the tempo. Darnold moved from within the pocket to stave off Redskin defenders and buy his receivers extra time. He extended the play, then improvised with reserve tight end Daniel Brown for a first-quarter score.

Inject this into my veins. This is what we wanted from day one, an offense tailored towards Darnolds strengths.

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Q:   Hey Sam what do you think of the Jetnation fan forum?

A:    Super bunch of guys. Really knowledgeable. They're a really important part of the fan base. I really enjoy everything they do over there. Very well run fan site. Good guys.

 

... And this is why Sam is the total package. He will NEVER say a cross word about anyone, and will not allow any outside noise to interfere with his efforts to be the best QB he can be.  His interviews are as boring as Derek Jeters, who was the king of saying nothing when interviewed. Let the wannabe stars give the soundbite quotes, the truly great players do all of their talking with their play on the field.

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5 hours ago, jetsons said:

“It’s about damn time,” he said.

I need my QB to tell me what to call for him because I am blind and can't see what his strengths and weaknesses are on film......

Genius HC 

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12 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

You aren’t alone.  I never watch the videos.

Me neither. But in this case I did, and let’s just say the writer took certain liberties to say the least, and not sure that’s how it all went down after listening to Sam

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45 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

Ugh.

Ugh

If this doesn’t reek like some in-over-his-head manager setting up the narrative that he orchestrated all of this... Not gonna lie, Gase hits all my triggers in terms of sh*tty, smarmy “take-credit” leadership tactics. Reminds me far too much of guys I’ve work for. 

its like how you played teh mafia.... lol

I agree. I interpreted it similarly. Gase going to use each circumstance to "his" advantage and play it as his plan from the beginning. 

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Darnold is maturing and growing as a QB and starting to take control of the offense and make it his own.  The fact that Gase seems to be willing to let Darnold have his say and mold the offense to his liking is a great sign.  This is EXACTLY what we the fans have been waiting for.  Let's carry this momentum the rest of the season and come out guns blazing next year!

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2 hours ago, greenwave81 said:

Me neither. But in this case I did, and let’s just say the writer took certain liberties to say the least, and not sure that’s how it all went down after listening to Sam

Exactly my point. Darnold disputes most of the unnecessary filler in the article. 

The video is Sam, himself. 

Its not that hard to click the button and watch.

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Redskins? Do we play them again? Game over, next!

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Oh yes, this was all some kid of mad evil genius plan by Adam Gase to get the most out of his QB.

What a load of baloney or bologna if you prefer.

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3 hours ago, Integrity28 said:

Ugh.

Ugh

If this doesn’t reek like some in-over-his-head manager setting up the narrative that he orchestrated all of this... Not gonna lie, Gase hits all my triggers in terms of sh*tty, smarmy “take-credit” leadership tactics. Reminds me far too much of guys I’ve work for. 

 

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1 hour ago, Beerfish said:

Oh yes, this was all some kid of mad evil genius plan by Adam Gase to get the most out of his QB.

What a load of baloney or bologna if you prefer.

🎶My baloney has a first name,

It's A-D-A-M...

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3 hours ago, Stark said:

its like how you played teh mafia.... lol

I agree. I interpreted it similarly. Gase going to use each circumstance to "his" advantage and play it as his plan from the beginning. 

It is, actually, but that was a running joke. This is just a huge red flag.

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I'm pretty sure he didn't burst into the office with a beet red face and tell Gase how to run the offense.  The only thing red is Darnold's hair.  And, while the season has burst I'm glad his Appendix didn't.

But that's the way to describe the meeting if you want to get articles clicked.

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