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I see Jones' action as trying to improve the team and himself, clearly not insubordination or a lack of respect. And none of us, including you, have any inkling of how his discussions with Bill went. For all any of us know, Bill and Mac could have been having a running dialogue on the stupidity of the offensive coaching. We certainly were here, and with good reason.not just in football, respect for chain of command and insubordination is a serious building block for organizational integrity. I’m very surprised you don’t get that.
If I have a problem with my boss my first step always should be to address it directly with him/her. Not to ***** to co-workers, call my last boss (especially if I know he’s friends with my first boss), or go over my boss’s head to his boss without first talking to my boss. If you have a problem with your boss and do any or all of what I described without first trying to resolve it directly you’ve just created a second, more serious problem. Especially if part of your job is to be a leader within your workgroup.
none of that has anything to do with networking with friends and peers.
Tell me, what exactly should any of the offensive players have respected about Matt Patricia and Joe Judge? The fact that they were Bill's buddies and were given jobs they had no business performing or because they didn't cost anything? As my wife's favorite saying goes, you get what you pay for. The Pats definitely did.
And should the players keep quiet while their careers and earning power are being thrown away by egotistical jerks without any knowledge of offense and who nobody pays to see?
Btw, the NYFL is the last place in the world where I'd look for any kind of integrity.