Popular Post Bugg Posted October 14, 2020 Popular Post Share Posted October 14, 2020 Pretty much since they day they took over, these 2 losers get in the room with the Next Big Time Coordinator. Said coordinator blows sunshine up their asses about toughness and their vision of Jets football as TOUGH. They hire GMs separately. We can hope Douglas is different. But mostly appears they have some convoluted ideal about "the best player available" as an ongoing draft philosophy. Which is how in 20167 the jets tooks 2 safeties while not having an offense. I cannot emphasize enough that when Maccagnan proposed this how, with Mahomes and Watson still available, taking Adams was arguably the single worst decision in a Jets draft history filled with such bad decisions . THERE HAS RARELY BEEN ANY SENSE OF POSITIONAL VALUE. This is idiocy. There appears to have been no discussions at all about how the NFL has become a scoring league. The rules as enforced by design mean defenses fail several times each game, no matter your personnel or your scheme. The only way out is to draft a serious offense-a great QB, a good OL, and great skill guys. because you HAVE TO SCORE POINTS. Being in a division with the Pats and Tom Brady for 2 decades as somehow still left these morons with the impression that they can win NFL games in 2020 13-10 every week. As to defense, ideally you have a pass rush, and some corners who can cover. But you know going in even if you don't say it, the rest of your defense is going to come down to keeping opposing offenses honest and QB worried about getting sacked. You also scheme and draft grasping these truths. For example, your offense gets upfield by passing. Teams KNOW you are scoring 3-4 TDs every week like ringing a bell. You run to keep the defense guessing, to get a yard or 2, or to run clock late in the game if you're ahead. you don't spend tons of money on backs.If any future coach brings up "manageable" 3rd downs, they are asked to leave. I don't pretend to know if Darnold is damaged goods. But that decision needs to be made before the draft. As to coach, either you go with the big time proven coach looking for a massive payday. You need to call Bill Cowher and Urban Meyer. I suspect both will say no, mostly because they KNOW THE JOHNSONS ARE PATHETIC LOSERS. Suspect that comes down to Sean Payton or one of the Harbaughs., or if Doug Pederson shakes loose. Because the Johnsons are cheap asS dumpster divers, they will not do this.In part because that means either Joe Douglas becomes a lesser entity, but really because they don't want to pay 2 GMs and possibly 2 coaches. They will instead AGAIN go the to big coordinator. Suspect many of these guys may one day be very good NFL coaches(Bienemy and Roman look very good). But that has not worked here going on 3 decades. It hasn't worked in part because in very case the former coordinator viewed himself as coach of only half the team. Only exception really was Mangini, and that blew up because he was a bit too overbearing in dealing with players. Again-the coordinator route is almost certainly doomed to fail again. That means college coaches. There are such coaches who will one day be great NFL coaches. Jeff Monken of Army and Bob Chesney of Holy Cross are 2 guys that in a sane process merit consideration. But doubt either is in the Jets radar because they have no concept of being ahead of any curve. If by some miracle the Jets did hire such a guy, as with Rhule, they'd try to micromanage things into oblivion. We have the most braindead ownership in the NFL, 2 lucky sperm club guys who have no idea what they're doing nor even what industry they are in. There is no indication they will now, today, suddenly realize, they don't know what they are doing. Simply this franchise is doomed until the Johnsons sell. There is no other way out. All the Hymie Elhais in the world won't change that. DOOMED!!! 7 2 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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