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57 minutes ago, AFJF said:

Infuriating to listen to this head coach say this late in the season that Dalvin Cook, who has been active every week, is almost ready.  Basically admitting they knew from day 1 that he wasn't himself, but he has still been active every week.  This, only a few days after basically saying they've had to change the offense since Rodgers got injured.  I mean...WTF were you teaching Zach while he was QB2?  An offense you weren't going to ask him to run?

JFC.

 

I honestly think this was him just making up a reason, for that specific question asked, to why he hasn't performed to what people were expecting. 

IMO Cook was fine health wise- he just didn't have the opportunities. So what, he had two 9 yard runs so now he's back? Lol. 

It's all fluff.

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49 minutes ago, Scott Dierking said:

Half the words that come out of coaches mouths is lies or insinuations of lies. 

For Saleh, this percentage is even greater, because he is not press savvy.  

He was being 100% truthful when he said Cook wasn't himself which is beyond frustrating.

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13 hours ago, Matt39 said:

Zach’s “rehabilitation” was a favor to the family.

He barely played in the preaseason. This is what the Jets do. It’s a PR strategy more than a football team. 

That statement reminds me of the Slapshot movie where the widow owner tells Paul Newman that the pro hockey team he wants her to sell is better to fold and use as a tax write-off since she would make much more money that way.

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There was a great piece years ago about Tom Herman and in it there was in-game video of him and Meyer.  Herman was the play caller but Meyer was talking with him throughout the game, saying things like "id like to run the ball more on this drive" - basically offering general philosophical advice while letting Herman call the actual plays.

As a Jet fan this has always stuck with me when watching both Bowles and Saleh and never understanding how little they seem to be speaking on the sideline.  I understand they dont want to interrupt the play call but how on earth can saleh constantly be just standing there?  Does he really not want any input whatsoever into who is playing or whether something is or isnt working?

Even though he is a defensive coach, I actually think that is when he would speak less since the defense doesnt require a ton of personnel or schematic changes. But how can you watch the inefectiveness of the offense week after week and not pull someone like Uzmah out of the game? Its really tough to understand how the organization functions sometimes.

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7 hours ago, Barry McCockinner said:

so did not stopping and planting his feet. he's embarrassed and is obviously going to blame the elbow. comment would hold more weight if he stopped and planted his feet before making that dumb throw.

For real tho. He had time and space. Literally just had to lob it. Rainbow throw really.

 But proceeds to throw it into the bench. 

 

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Coach Saleh was vetoed by Coach Rodgers.

Cook signs and Cook plays.

Saleh seems perfectly content cashing those paychecks.

There doesn’t appear to be any coaching going on by Saleh during the actual game.

He’s essentially being paid to stand there as a glorified cheerleader on the sidelines, run the stadium steps, and act as Kapono’s personal punt protector, absorbing any “bullets” in the pressers so as to insulate the #2 overall pick from the foul criticisms of vile beat reporters. 

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7 minutes ago, Zachtomims47 said:

Hack ain’t great. But the micro analyzing is dumb. He might have not even know about the injury. He was back in, so that means he’s good. Desperate for points he called it. I’m not blaming him there. 

Cimini is like the king of douchebags.

ESPN sets the bar so low for their “journalists” it’s an absolute joke.

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2 hours ago, rangerous said:

If saleh is telling the truth about cook then it couldn’t come at a better time.  The jets will need cook on Sunday.

Worth noting that he made similar comments about a month ago.  Back then Cook was "finally getting his legs underneath him".

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2 hours ago, Zachtomims47 said:

Hack ain’t great. But the micro analyzing is dumb. He might have not even know about the injury. He was back in, so that means he’s good. Desperate for points he called it. I’m not blaming him there. 

This is the point/problem.  Do they not have a system in place in which trainers let coaches know when players (especially one of your top 5 players) is dealing with a significant injury?  We all saw Wilson grimacing/wincing in pain when they were manipulating his arm on the sidelines not long before the play call.

That's a fail.

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2 hours ago, JoeNamathsFurCoat said:

Coach Saleh was vetoed by Coach Rodgers.

Cook signs and Cook plays.

Saleh seems perfectly content cashing those paychecks.

There doesn’t appear to be any coaching going on by Saleh during the actual game.

He’s essentially being paid to stand there as a glorified cheerleader on the sidelines, run the stadium steps, and act as Kapono’s personal punt protector, absorbing any “bullets” in the pressers so as to insulate the #2 overall pick from the foul criticisms of vile beat reporters. 

The questions that deserve to be asked are the questions that the Jets think we shouldn’t care about.

Serious question- Saleh makes like 5 mill a year and has 7 kids. The guy plays more golf than Ernie Els. How is that possible? Why are we paying for this product? Imagine having season tickets and going to work all week to see the perfectly manicured coach more concerned about golf? 

 

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On 11/17/2023 at 1:55 PM, GangGreened said:

Speaking is not Salehs thing. Which is funny considering the style of coach he is.

Thinking is also not Salehs thing. Whoever interviewed him must be a moron. The lions got it right when they showed him the door after interviewing 

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