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There’s been no real change to the offense. Play calling isn’t different, and Sam’s “meeting” (where he stormed into Gase’s office with his rosy cheeks) and the plane (lol) had zero effect. 

Darnold is now healthy, the offensive line is playing better, and it took some time for Gase’s system to get installed. That’s it. 

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Not to take anything away from the Jets but the Raiders just didn't  show up today. I think they made about every mistake possible today. 

Inspite of all that, Sam played outstanding today. He didn't  press and made some amazing throws. I'm not ready to anoint Gase just yet but this was a step in the right direction.  

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34 minutes ago, Villain The Foe said:

This is his first good game. He needs more of these type of games. Great coaches overcome adversity of personnel. 

 

This is most definitely a step in the right direction. 

Aren't we seeing exactly that the last 3 games?

This roster has been wrecked with injuries, on the OL, TE, and on defense at LB and CB.

The coaches ARE overcoming adversity, today doing so in grand fashion!

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I hated the hiring of Gase and I’m still unsure of his ability but today he called a good game. Let’s see how he does the rest of the season and next season with a healthy squad. 

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The season turned around when Darnold was so fed up after the Miami debacle he pleaded for Gase to implement things in the offense that he is good at and puts him and the team in a position to succeed. This is a novel concept, I know. Since that Miami embarrassment this team has scored 34 points per game and Darnold has looked like the QB we saw at the end of last year. Coincidence? I think not. 

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8 minutes ago, RevisIsland610 said:

The season turned around when Darnold was so fed up after the Miami debacle he pleaded for Gase to implement things in the offense that he is good at and puts him and the team in a position to succeed. This is a novel concept, I know. Since that Miami embarrassment this team has scored 34 points per game and Darnold has looked like the QB we saw at the end of last year. Coincidence? I think not. 

Yeesh, what a bunch of crap!

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32 minutes ago, Drums said:

As losing teams tend to do. They haven’t been the cleanest team this year. Either way, we stomped them. 

But that's just it.... The Raiders are NOT a losing team. They came into this game at 6-4.

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4 minutes ago, JetsRay said:

Yeesh, what a bunch of crap!

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Exactly why is it crap? It's been reported by multiple sources than Darnold went to Gase after the Miami game. That and the fact that Beachum is playing are the 2 biggest factors why this offense looks so much better. 

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54 minutes ago, fusionCA said:

Harrison replacing Khalil was big for the OL

This was a huge mistake by Douglass signing him and by gase playing him 

And Shell replacing Edoga.

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1 hour ago, New York Mick said:

I hated the hiring of Gase and I’m still unsure of his ability but today he called a good game. Let’s see how he does the rest of the season and next season with a healthy squad. 

I’m thinking the way you just saw Gase design 5 consecutive Opening Drive scores (very well could have been 5 TDs) means he and Darnold are getting more and more on the same page.

It’s a very good sign.

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1 hour ago, NYJ1 said:

But that's just it.... The Raiders are NOT a losing team. They came into this game at 6-4.

True but by losing team, I meant that they lost today. 

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1 hour ago, Saul Goodman said:

There’s been no real change to the offense. Play calling isn’t different, and Sam’s “meeting” (where he stormed into Gase’s office with his rosy cheeks) and the plane (lol) had zero effect. 

Darnold is now healthy, the offensive line is playing better, and it took some time for Gase’s system to get installed. That’s it. 

Massive change.

Lewis, Harrison, Compton.

 

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3 hours ago, NYJ1 said:

For those of you Adam Gase non-believers, you may want rethink your feelings?

I don't want to go overboard here, but I see some positive things coming out of this season snd Adam Gase is showing himself to be the architect:

1) Despite Sammy's recent mind numbing interceptions in recent weeks, he's really starting to play well. I really wish Gase would call more roll outs as Sammy throws exceptionally well on the run. That aside,  Gase's playcalling really seems to take advantage of what Sammy does well. He's helping the kid build confidence.  This is a great approach for the future. 

2) Jets offense has scored on their opening possession in 5 straight games. Did you ever believe this to be possible in about week 4? I don't think anyone saw this coming. Since about 2009, the Jets offense has always been notoriously slow starters. Taking one third of the game off before getting the offense going has been common. Now, you see Sam taking a leadership role and elevating the play of everyone around him. Could this be a trend we're witnessing?

3) Jets defense is number 1 against the run. This is really no secret,  and Greg Williams has had a lot to do with this, but this downright stingy against the run. The secondary is marginal at best and the pass rush is almost non-existent, but the coaching staff is getting a lot out of the players. 

4) The Jets could possibly win 7 games this year? Would anyone have thought that was possible in week 4? I know I didn't. It's nothing short of amazing if this sad sack group wins 7 games. If Gase gets this team to SIX wins, I believe he's done a truly good job considering how poor the talent is. 

The above things are all things Bowles never did unless he had Mac spending 50 million. So once again, I don't want to go overboard with praise, but if the above continues I can't see any earthly reason for Adam Gase not to be welcomed back next season 

GASE GAWD

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3 hours ago, TNJet said:

And Shell replacing Edoga.

When did Shell replace Edoga.....?

After he got injured today?

Shell started the season, Edoga started the season on the bench.  At the start today, Shell was on the bench and Edoga started at RT.

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8 hours ago, fusionCA said:

Harrison replacing Khalil was big for the OL

This was a huge mistake by Douglass signing him and by gase playing him 

Well with banners flying over head I don't see any way that Gase was going to bench the one big move Douglas had time to make.

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4 hours ago, greenwave81 said:

When did Shell replace Edoga.....?

After he got injured today?

Shell started the season, Edoga started the season on the bench.  At the start today, Shell was on the bench and Edoga started at RT.

Beachum got hurt today. Shell came in at left tackle.

A few plays later Edoga got hurt. 

Beachum came back in at left tackle and Shell moved to right tackle.

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Beachum has been bigger then anyone has stated. 


He’s always been about a league average LT, which is valuable. The difference between him and any other OT we have is massive.
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8 hours ago, JetsRay said:

 

Jets fans are fickle impatient ass clowns, and didn't want to be a little patient, nor factor in the injuries we have had.

how dare you say i are!

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9 hours ago, fusionCA said:

Harrison replacing Khalil was big for the OL

This was a huge mistake by Douglass signing him and by gase playing him 

It was a shot JG took and it didn't work out. I like Harrison but he's not a quality starter, a excellent backup  - yes. But beyond that - I don't want to see him payling.

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