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If Robert Saleh is truly a CEO Head Coach, here's some things he should do to make the offense NFL caliber:


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3 minutes ago, jetscrazey said:

A CEO head coach should basically act as a high-level strategy consultant to the coordinator.  Saleh needs to take this approach.  The Jets offense has scored 6 points in the past 8 quarters, and just 20 points in 12 qtrs overall.  It's clearly not working.  Not even making the developmental excuse can account for this level of functionality.  Saleh needs to understand LaFleur is just 33, and maybe needs some intervention.

It starts with the OL.  Joe Douglas is partially to blame for not getting better veteran talent here to complement AVT and (when healthy) Becton.  Van Roten is one of the worst guards in the NFL and McGovern is probably in the bottom half at his position.  Fant is nothing special either.  At some point you gotta pay up to cover the basics, and  Douglas right now needs to consider trading an a draft asset for a competent interior lineman just to keep Wilson alive and his internal clock intact. An in-season trade is not desirable but may be necessary.  Van Roten specifically is going to ruin Wilson, he needs to be replaced.

But anyway here's what Saleh needs to do on September 27th:

1) A competent offense doesn't need 100 plays.  It only needs 10-15 plays they can run really well, with timing and execution.  Throw out the playbook and simplify it.  In 2009 Rex actually made a good intervention in Sanchez with the red light/green light system, it helped stop a losing streak.  Ask Zach Wilson what are his 10-15 plays that he feels best about, have a meeting with the offense about those plays and others.  And make that your game plan for Sunday.

2) The WR position is all out of sorts.  Corey Davis is in a funk, Elijah Moore now has a concussion.  Crowder isn't healthy.  It's time for the coaches to do their jobs and find a way to get the talent that Mims has on the field.  I don't care about "the system."  These are NFL coaches, they should be expected to find a way to get the young talent on the field.

3) I don't care how much they like Ty Johnson's running ability, he is a liability to this team with his inability to blitz pickup.  Find a 3rd down back on the free agent market who can blitz pickup.  I know they want to play young guys, but Zach Wilson needs to be kept alive.

 

Agree

Great post 

Be a ******* CEO 

Be a leader 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, jetscrazey said:

It’s Rex Ryan all over again, when we get our asses handed to us, just disclaim that practice was great.  Unbelievable. 

Rex ryan gave us winning football.  We went 8 and 8 under rex with a crappy roster.   What the hell are you talking about?

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21 minutes ago, Jet hustle said:

Rex ryan gave us winning football.  We went 8 and 8 under rex with a crappy roster.   What the hell are you talking about?

Rex did well with Mangini's roster, when that ran its course we saw what a mediocre head coach and talent evaluator he is.  Maybe you missed the last 3 seasons when all he did after every loss was say "boy this came out of nowhere, practice was great!"

Maybe it's because the players don't practice full speed.

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