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The Adam Gase Negativity Thread
This never has been more appropriate:
On paper Gase is probably their best HC hire since that half day they had of Belichick. So on the surface it once again appears the Jete have won something in the offseason. But peel back a single layer of jete stank and you realize Maccromagnon will still be pulling the strings, something he wouldn't have been able to do with McCarthy. Now, provided you can handle any more stank, peel back another layer and think about how disastrous Gase was with the Miami media then picture him dealing with the NY shark fest.
We may not need to write much in next season's thread, just post the links to the NY dumpster fire articles. But we can use the time we save not creating posts to make popcorn, so there's that.
Breaking: Gase To Jets!
They interviewed Kliff Kingsbury who took the Cardinals job, Matt Rhule (Baylor coach), McCarthy, Eric Bieniemy (Chiefs offensive coordinator), Kris Richard (Cowboys defensive backs coach/passing game coordinator), Jim Caldwell (former Lions and Colts coach) and Todd Monken (Buccaneers offensive coordinator). Rhule would've been a good hire and reports are they were close but Maccromagnon probably tossed a monkey wrench into it. So instead they're stuck with ...
Adam Gase, former head coach, Miami Dolphins
Gase was fired on Black Monday, but he may not be unemployed for long. The innovative offensive architect never found his footing in Miami, going 23-25 as a head coach and ostracizing players like Jarvis Landry in the process. He was hamstrung by a low-octane lineup, but still managed to push Ryan Tannehill into a handful of strong performances — all three of Tannehill’s three-touchdown games ended in Dolphin wins this fall. Any team looking to ride the NFL’s rising tide of scoring while developing a young quarterback could put Gase at the top of its list this winter.
No, no, no ... THIS is what the Gase hiring means to you and you know it:
I mean, one good thing is that the Jets have no stars for Gase to ostracize.
My favorite boneheaded disciplinary move was Gase trading away Ajayi mid season to the Eagles. “Let that be a lesson to everyone. If you don’t fall in line, we’ll send you to a much better team.”
“Low-octane lineup” in Miami? Then WTF is he getting now?
The laughable Jete picked the ONLY clod that could possibly alienate their roster within a season. Must be part of the "100 Year Masterplan". Jeezus, I almost drove off the road earlier tonight when this story broke...immediate guffaws from both stations in southern N.E.
HOW do they sell this to the fans? How will Mehta get all that fresh horsesh!t he's been spewing about McCarthy off his bug-eyed face? Can't wait for the green rumpswab, Serby, to log in with his take tonight on the NY Post....THIS is the candy we've all become so addicted too.
Mehta already pumping it up as a great decision. Then again it’s obvious he’s the Jete minister of propaganda.
I'll bet Gase's wife wrote that endorsement -- word is she enjoys shopping with credit cards for expensive clothes and jewelry. No way it was anyone who knows football.
Gee whiz!!!! Great hire!!! OG OG OG J-E-T-E!
Wow. Wow. Wow.
What an amazing waste of picks that was last year.
They won't pick a QB because that would simply be an indictment of last year's mistake.
If they don't get close to the same value back in a trade as they gave up for the darn-it pick they'll get roasted.
They'll probably save face and pick a kicker.
disagree Tony.....take every safety in the draft , put their names on a dart board, give Macgagginghamster a dart for each of the first three rounds...THERE'S your future Jete picks
You're right -- they probably won't take a QB with that pick, but they should swallow their pride and do it. It's an incredibly unique opportunity.
Of course they won’t. Darnold picked the coach, so they’d be losing their GM too.
It will be interesting to compare/contrast the '19 QB draft class with how Darnit fares.
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