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  1. JoeSixPat

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    I have to think there's a lot of talk - or at least a lot of thought - in Jetsland about whether MangIdiot has what it takes to lead the Jets - this is one of many articles making the rounds, with other articles asking whether Favre was worth the money (same record as Pennington, but worse QB rating)

    I have to think that missing the playoffs in what may be the only year of opportunity the Jets have, playing in a division devoid of Tom Brady, will ensure that he loses his job.

    Making the playoffs may buy him another year in which he'd need to work a miracle and build on that amid a Division that will be even stronger.

    Jets' AFC East rivals have coaching edge -- Courant.com

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    the best part is the jets are gonna lose favre in the next couple years. gholston looks like a bust or marginal player. coles can't stand favre.
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    That article really put Mangini (and the Jet's overall for that matter) in his place. :)
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    Does Mangini even coach? Everytime they showed him yesterday on the sideline, he just stood there with his arms folded and never said anything to his players.
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    I agree with the article. It's said when everything is an even tie the team that is most desperate will win. Pennington wants that game more then anyone.
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    If you watched the Bills-Jets yesterday, you know there were 60,000 fans ready to string Mangini up from the nearest lampost. What I would really love to see would be the stories that the Daily News and NY Post reporters had started to write when a defeat was all but inevitable; i.e., before Jauron and Loss-man handed New York the game.

    I also think that Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum is on very thin ice. Essentially, he tried to save his job and Mangenius' by spending like a drunken sailor in the off season and then bringing in Favre. That strategy, however, demanded not just making the Playoffs but going deep into January. The Jests might still squirm their way into the Playoffs, but I don't think they're beating the Ravens or Pats in a Wildcard game. "One and out" is not what Jets' ownership or their fans thought this season was going to produce. Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch of guys.
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    There is an opening at Iowa State for Eric Mangenious.
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    I think he's already worked a deal to be the next Senator from Illinois.

    Part of me actually hopes that he holds onto his job - as with Jauron, I don't mind seeing division rivals hold onto weak head coaches.
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    When was the last time Chad won a big game?
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    I gotta say, I was high as a kite watching the Bills yesterday. Then they tried to roll out right and the rest is history. What a bunch of maroons.

    That article is bang on.
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    I actually like Chad.

    He has really been tagged with a bad rap because the Jets refused to throw downfield.

    Anyone notice in the highlights how many long passes he seems to be completing?

    Herm and Mangenius- Tough to be a gunslinger!!!!!!!.
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    None.

    Any team from the AFC East will be one and done. At least the Pats have an injury excuse.
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    I can't help but wonder if Bills fans now have a warm place in their heart for Vince Wllfork.

    They might even be wishing that Vince could go up against Losman every week!
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    You really gotta look at it though. They're not being unfair at all. Hes been BB's *****, and this was his season to shine when Brady went down. Instead, hes barely hanging onto the AFC East. With lord Fave, Faneca, Pace, etc. you'd think they'd be wrapping it up now. Absolutely pathetic if your a fan of the Jets. You have to be feeling some desperation by now.
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    I'm certain that a court could get it thrown out on the easily demonstratable basis that Old Man Wilson is certifiably senile, non compos mentos.
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    Hehe. Thing is, if everything stays as is, it'll easily be the Pats/Dolphins gunning for the finish line next year. Here's to another year in the AFCE for Mango and Jergens.
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    "When was the last time Chad won a big game?"

    Or for that matter, considering he's spent his entire career with the Jets prior to this year, when was the last time Chad was IN a big game?

    Pin your hopes on that as your team had zero business winning that game yesterday, just delayed your demise one more week, Seattle awaits.

    The best part about all of this is after you assclowns beat the Titans (the third best team in the AFC by the way), you morons all thought you had punched your ticket to Detroit.

    Boy were you wrong.
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