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Le'Veon Bell speaks on Adam Gase, Sam Darnold. Spoiler Alert: GASE MAN NOT BAD.

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5 minutes ago, Mogglez said:

 

 

“This offense is not easy to learn, I’ve been playing football for a long time and this is the toughest offense I’ve ever played in.”

 

It would be cool to get more details on what about it & why this is the case

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5 minutes ago, Charlie Brown said:

This is the KEY line!

If Bell felt this way what do you think Sam Darnold thinks!

We all know that a "complicated" offense is what has held Andy Reid back all these years. 

 

"Murray would soon learn that the 15-word plays his teammates were casually discussing were actual components of coach Andy Reid’s West Coast playbook, which sometimes features verbiage complicated enough to temporarily stun even a 10-year veteran like starting quarterback Alex Smith."

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7 minutes ago, ljr said:

 

It would be cool to get more details on what about it & why this is the case

Maybe he'll show up to camp this year to learn it.

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2 minutes ago, Matt39 said:

Maybe he'll show up to camp this year to learn it.

Bell was in camp in July last  year. 

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Is it wrong of me that I could care less about this melodrama?

Here is what I care about:  Offensive production, scoring points, and winning.

I don;t care if Bell and Gase go out for tea and hold each others hands and dress each other up in frilly dresses.

I care if Bell produces, and if Gase calls plays that help Bell produce.

That's all.

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Just now, Warfish said:

Is it wrong of me that I could care less about this melodrama?

Here is what I care about:  Offensive production, scoring points, and winning.

I don;t care if Bell and Gase go out for tea and hold each others hands and dress each other up in frilly dresses.

I care if Bell produces, and if Gase calls plays that help Bell produce.

That's all.

Agreed. All that matters is what happens on gamedays. Can we get someone to lock every thread in this forum until Week 1? Thanks

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38 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Is it wrong of me that I could care less about this melodrama?

Here is what I care about:  Offensive production, scoring points, and winning.

I don;t care if Bell and Gase go out for tea and hold each others hands and dress each other up in frilly dresses.

I care if Bell produces, and if Gase calls plays that help Bell produce.

That's all.

where you're off I think is the team aspect

the offensive production, scoring points, and winning doesn't happen from Gase as in individual, or Sam as an individual,  or Bell as an individual.

Good teams have these 3 major pieces communicating well together and  pulling in the same direction to help with winning ... turning the individuals into a team

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11 minutes ago, ljr said:

where you're off I think is the team aspect

the offensive production, scoring points, and winning doesn't happen from Gase as in individual, or Sam as an individual,  or Bell as an individual.

Good teams have these 3 major pieces communicating well together and  pulling in the same direction to help with winning

I give a sh*t about the 5 lineman communicating. We've sucked since we had arguably the best line in football and let it all degrade to maybe the worst. Mangini taking 2 lineman in a draft wasn't flashy, but neither was taking every overrated dlineman for the last 10 years. At least the offensive lineman where 10 year cornerstones.  If those guys figure it out your 3 major pieces will ball out this season

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46 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Is it wrong of me that I could care less about this melodrama?

Here is what I care about:  Offensive production, scoring points, and winning.

I don;t care if Bell and Gase go out for tea and hold each others hands and dress each other up in frilly dresses.

I care if Bell produces, and if Gase calls plays that help Bell produce.

That's all.

Agreed. But we've had to listen to the litany of certain posters regarding players' extreme antipathy toward Gase. It's nice to hear that a senior player from another organization doesn't perceive Gase in those terms at all.

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Gase must really be sweating that next Mehta broadside now.

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1 hour ago, Warfish said:

Is it wrong of me that I could care less about this melodrama?

Here is what I care about:  Offensive production, scoring points, and winning.

I don;t care if Bell and Gase go out for tea and hold each others hands and dress each other up in frilly dresses.

I care if Bell produces, and if Gase calls plays that help Bell produce.

That's all.

  

1 hour ago, Daddy Wang Doodle said:

YoU caReD eNoUGh t0 pOsT iN hERe

 

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SAR I

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Why’s it the toughest offense to play in? A good coach would make it easy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Samtorobby47 said:

Why’s it the toughest offense to play in? A good coach would make it easy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Detail shoulda smoked that ****er.

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“I know you watched last year. Sam and I looked really bad, but he’s only 23, and this offense is really, really hard.”

Rah. Rah.

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4 minutes ago, Trolly McTrollface said:

“I know you watched last year. Sam and I looked really bad, but he’s only 23, and this offense is really, really hard.”

Rah. Rah.

You've truly embraced your new name.

Improvise.

Adapt.

Overcome.

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1 minute ago, jeremy2020 said:

Yes, Gase managed the stunning achievement of being complicated, predictable and ineffective. He's an innovator.

Run the numbers for the last 8 games thanks.

SAR I

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2 hours ago, Warfish said:

Is it wrong of me that I could care less about this melodrama?

Here is what I care about:  Offensive production, scoring points, and winning.

I don;t care if Bell and Gase go out for tea and hold each others hands and dress each other up in frilly dresses.

I care if Bell produces, and if Gase calls plays that help Bell produce.

That's all.

*shakes cane 😁

angry old man GIF by South Park

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1 hour ago, SAR I said:
  • Cleans out the malcontents.
  • Gets Maccagnan fired.
  • Recruits and hires Gregg Williams.
  • Recruits and hires Joe Douglas.
  • Handles 0-4 and airplane banners brilliantly.
  • Hangs tough and rallies team after 1-7 start.
  • Adjusts offense and makes Darnold a Top 10 QB when healthy.
  • Resounding 6-2 finish among the best turnarounds in team history.
  • No coaches want out.  No players backstab and bolt.
  • Broken Florham Park culture finally addressed and corrected.

Perhaps its time to get off the guy's back and recognize the fact that we finally have a grown-up head coach who knows what the f--- he's doing.

SAR I

 

Yeah.  Perhaps you should try quoting that to somebody who actually DISLIKES GASE.

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1 hour ago, Daddy Wang Doodle said:

You've truly embraced your new name.

Improvise.

Adapt.

Overcome.

Nah, he’s been like this since day one but his current user name puts his posts in proper context.

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1 hour ago, SAR I said:

"Herm Edwards offense was so predictable I was calling plays from my couch."

- Jets fan, 2002 

"Eric Mangini's offense was so predictable I was calling plays from my couch."

- Jets fan, 2008

"Rex Ryan's offense was so predictable I was calling plays from my couch."

- Jets fan, 2012

"Todd Bowles offense was so predictable I was calling plays from my couch."

- Jets fan, 2018

"Adam Gase's offense is too hard, what an idiot, we need a simple offense."

- Jets fan 2020

SAR I 

 

SAR you are finally getting stuff right out here!!! :) 

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3 hours ago, Charlie Brown said:

This is the KEY line!

If Bell felt this way what do you think Sam Darnold thinks!

 

Sounds like Gase needs to learn a lesson from Rex.  Rex always s said to "Keep it likeable and learnable" 

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2 hours ago, Long Island Leprechaun said:

Agreed. But we've had to listen to the litany of certain posters regarding players' extreme antipathy toward Gase. It's nice to hear that a senior player from another organization doesn't perceive Gase in those terms at all.

Do you think players always tell their innermost feelings to the press?  Especially before a season he is contractually obligated to play for the Coach in question?  This stuff means very little, it's PR. 

So cool.  Lets see Bell go for 120 week 1.  That will tell me something.

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16 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Do you think players always tell their innermost feelings to the press?  Especially before a season he is contractually obligated to play for the Coach in question?  This stuff means very little, it's PR. 

So cool.  Lets see Bell go for 120 week 1.  That will tell me something.

I think the topic was that he doesn’t hate Gase. Like it’s once been discussed, and that most players do. 
 

I don’t think waiting to week 1 for 120 yards has anything to do with that. 

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11 minutes ago, Samtorobby47 said:

I don’t think waiting to week 1 for 120 yards has anything to do with that. 

/shrug, I don't think the comment he made have anything to do with how he actually feels about Gase.  People say what they have to say at work.

If folks want to get excited by it, by all means, go for it.

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