Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by dannydyn, Dec 5, 2012.
I hope this exact scenario plays out. Best thing possible for the Pats.
I think Rex is an excellent coach, per se, but to be the executive in charge of the entire operation is not his forte. It makes me appreciate how much Bill does, how large his role is, and how well he does it.
You can shoot your mouth off as a coach but not as an executive. Rex has to grow up to be an executive.
That was the single worst deal of the year. Absolutely a gutter ball.
I feel like singing.
It's beautiful. And the best part is this:
Tebow has been scapegoated as the problem. That means that, if Woody buys it, Tebow will be gone, but Sanchez, Ryan and Tannenbaum would be back. We could have another full year of this, because anyone who thinks Tebow is the problem is a fool.
This is a Jets team that lost their last 3 last year, and 5 of their last 8, and Tebow was nowhere to be found at that time. It's a team that's now 5-10 in its last 10 games and who's only win against a winning team in the 2011-2012 seasons was against the Colts earlier this season (During that time, they're 1-10 against teams with winning records).
Yesss! Now we know the Jets won't make the playoffs!
I can't not look. I can't not hope to see the attention whore NFL Kardashians fall on their faces.
Spending too much time on the Landing Strip. Kills brain cells same as alcohol. But it was the loss in mid November in the midst of Tebow mania that planted the little seed that failed to sprout in a swamp.
Between that and the Manning flirtation it was almost as if even then they were looking for any alternative. Just can't admit it on the heels of that idiotic contract.
Monday night makes it a long week between games. Us vets (geezers) are allowed one, you young whippersnapper!
Rex has NO IDEA how to coach a team. Rex, like his Dad is an arrogant macho defensive minded guy with no clue or awareness of coaching a team with an offense.
I heard that and felt that Lady T made sense. Will that get me banned here?
So this is Ryan deciding that he's going to go down with the (Sanchez) ship.
Ryan Names Sanchez Starter for Jacksonville
I just think when I looked at everything, the biggest thing I kept combing to is who gives us the best opportunity to win this week," Ryan told reporters late this morning at his Wednesday news conference.
Yup, that was what Jetsfans were waiting on to tip them over the edge. They don't care about this week anymore. They care about next year and the year after and they want the whole lot of them gone...Rex now included.
Rex is a great coordinator and a great front running coach, but he is horrible as a true head coach and a coach when the chips are down. He doesn't know how to run an offense and his act only works when the Jets are winning.
At this point, he is a joke with his arrogance claiming still that he has three good QBs and a top 5 defense. His "say anything you want" policy for his staff and players is getting the team in media trouble every week now.
The true sign of being an excellent coach is how he manages the team in adversity. Rex has been uneven at best and mostly comical in his way of handling it. He is risking potential disaster inserting Sanchez back into the starting line up. Sanchez struggles against the Jags and he could lose his team.
You don't suppose that's what Rex wants and why he made the decision to go down with the SS Sanchez. If the Jets fire him and some other team gives Rex a 2nd chance, my guess is that other team will not be disappointed.
I can't stand the guy, but he can coach.
Paragraph 2 directly contradicts paragraph one.
At best, at the very best Rex is half a coach. I don't think he's even that.
OTOH, I only hope that when BB hangs it up finally, that Kraft hires an Executive/Coach who can run and integrate an entire organization. Someone to hire a gofer Admin at GM, create/maintain a competent Scouting organization, and a select crew of competent asistant Coaches.
i'd say the best place to find such a guy is a Coach who was extremely successful running a complete college program, and preferably restored it after a period of decline, like at Alabama, Florida/OSU etc.
It would be very helpful if he had some NFL experience too. That is why my pick is Nick Saban at Bama, although Urbik at OSU would fit...
I just went over and checked JI 400 posts about Sanchez being named the starter. What a feeding frenzy I love it :rocker:
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