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Jets Add John Beck To The Coaching Staff


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24 minutes ago, Hex said:

This looks like it shows that Wilson is still their plan long term, hope that doesn't mean White doesn't get the playing time he deserves

Mike starts until at least Wilson is back unless he just collapses. If he continues to play well, i am sure he gets to fight to hold onto the job.

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19 minutes ago, TokyoJetsFan said:

The best thing for the Jets and Zach Wilson is for Mike White to be really good and create competition. Zach doesn’t seem like the type of kid who minds competition. It’s not his fault the Jets handed him the job. 

This is not aimed directly at you. It just frustrates me to hear that a rookie QB needs to have a competition in camp with a veteran, or "earn" the right to play. QBs that are picked Top 5 in the draft have "earned" the right to start by their exceptional performance in college

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12 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

GM, HC and OC are finally realizing Zack Wilson was never ready to step onto an NFL field.  Hope this new guy helps.  But it's kinda pathetic.

Whatever. Why do the Zach haters post the exact same crap over and over and over? We get it you and some others hate Zach. You do not need to keep reminding us

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Just now, johnnysd said:

Whatever. Why do the Zach haters post the exact same crap over and over and over? We get it you and some others hate Zach. You do not need to keep reminding us

I don't hate Zack.  But I can see reality.   My post was not out of left field.  Hiring Beck was the direct result of JD and coaches watching White play on Sunday.  Then realizing that Zack needs a bunch of work and tutoring.

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1 hour ago, SoFlaJets said:

Former NFL quarterback John Beck was spotted on the Jets sideline in team garb by people watching Sunday’s Jets 34-31 win over the Bengals and he’s set to be there in the weeks to come as well.

Beck worked with Jets first-round pick Zach Wilsonas a personal quarterback coach for several years and helped prepare him to work with teams ahead of this year’s draft. That makes it obvious why he would be of interest to the Jets and multiple reports say he’ll be working with Wilson and the rest of the team for the rest of the season.

This is Beck’s first time on an NFL staff, but he did play for Washington when Kyle Shanahan was the offensive coordinator in Washington. Jets offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur worked under Shanahan in Atlanta and San Francisco, so there may be some familiarity with the offensive concepts.

Even without any carryover, the move seems clearly designed to make Wilson more comfortable after a rough start to his rookie season. A knee injury means he’ll remain an observer as Mike White tries to followup his outstanding debut performance with another winning outing against the Colts on Thursday night.

I was the first one who suggested this, Slats replied he wouldn't  do it. He may be good

at moderating and all forms of sex but he don't know jack sh!t about being a GM!

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1 hour ago, SoFlaJets said:

Former NFL quarterback John Beck was spotted on the Jets sideline in team garb by people watching Sunday’s Jets 34-31 win over the Bengals and he’s set to be there in the weeks to come as well.

Beck worked with Jets first-round pick Zach Wilsonas a personal quarterback coach for several years and helped prepare him to work with teams ahead of this year’s draft. That makes it obvious why he would be of interest to the Jets and multiple reports say he’ll be working with Wilson and the rest of the team for the rest of the season.

This is Beck’s first time on an NFL staff, but he did play for Washington when Kyle Shanahan was the offensive coordinator in Washington. Jets offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur worked under Shanahan in Atlanta and San Francisco, so there may be some familiarity with the offensive concepts.

Even without any carryover, the move seems clearly designed to make Wilson more comfortable after a rough start to his rookie season. A knee injury means he’ll remain an observer as Mike White tries to followup his outstanding debut performance with another winning outing against the Colts on Thursday night.

Nice! Good for ZACH. Absolutely a MUST hire.

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