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Tanny made the same mistakes as Bradway in 2005


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For all the "Mangenious" talk of last year the Jets are pretty much back at square one..

I think the playoff appearance of last year actually hurt the team this year, because the front office(similar to 2005) overrated the personel.

Lets face it, had the Jets went 6-10 like everyone expected do you think the front office would have traded the entire draft for 3 players, kept useless vets like Shaun Ellis and Daivd Barrett, and keep starting players that don't fit the system(Hobson, Robertson, and Vilma) just because they had success in the system of the prior regime?

To any Jets fan still hoping for a productive season you can forget it. The ship sunk by Game 3 of the preseason...

When you have problems on the lines the game is over before it begins most of the time..

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For all the "Mangenious" talk of last year the Jets are pretty much back at square one..

I think the playoff appearance of last year actually hurt the team this year, because the front office(similar to 2005) overrated the personel.

Lets face it, had the Jets went 6-10 like everyone expected do you think the front office would have traded the entire draft for 3 players, kept useless vets like Shaun Ellis and Daivd Barrett, and keep starting players that don't fit the system(Hobson, Robertson, and Vilma) just because they had success in the system of the prior regime?

To any Jets fan still hoping for a productive season you can forget it. The ship sunk by Game 3 of the preseason...

When you have problems on the lines the game is over before it begins most of the time..

I agree. You can tell this current Mangini/Tanenbaum regime listened to all the hype and started to fall in love with itself. The worst thing they could have done was dump Kendall at the last second without any viable replacement. Not saying Kendall was a superstar but he's way better than scrubs like Clarke and Bender. Left a gaping hole in the o-line. Our d-line blows, Ellis and Robertson need to play in four man fronts.

Manginibaum let the hype get to their heads. They let the D-line and O-line go to crap. Next year's draft we better start focusing on getting some big, powerful bodies in here instead of scrubs like Brick and Kimo.

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