A Walk Down Memory Lane

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    1. "Darrelle" Revis got fat and is not a HOFer, as predicted.  Enoy, TB.

    The Jets dumped him just in time. Clever move by the Jets. 

    2.  The Baltimore Ravens missed the playoffs and are in cap hell.

    They won the Super Bowl last year.  We'll see how long it takes them to rebuild.

    3.  The NY Giants missed the playofds and are in cap hell.

    They won the Super Bowl the year before and in 2007.  We'll see how long it takes them to rebuild. 

    4.  The Pittsburgh Steelers missed the playoffs and are in cap hell.

    They are in trouble.  

    5.  The KC Chiefs challenged the Broncos for the division.

    The Broncos won the AFC first seed and scored more points than any team in history.  Welker helped them do that.  We'll see if they can continue to win.  

    6.  The Pats will go no worse than 12-4 and Denver's defense has not improved.

    The Patriots 12-4 record is the same as it was last year and below what it was in 2010 and 2011. The Broncos at 13-3 are the number one seed in the AFC and their offense is the best ever by points (which we all know is what really matters).  We'll see if they've got enough to carry them far in the playoffs. 

    7.  The Miami Dolphins will not win the AFC East or even challenge for it.

    No one thought they would, did they?

    8.  Julian Edelman can be what Wes Welker was here.  Edelman>Welker.

    Edelman had a nice season.  Not clearly better than Welker though, at least as a receiver.  And he was on the team with Welker last year.  Amendola, who was more the replacement for Welker, has been underwhelming. 

    9.  BBs drafts in the flat cap will prove to be vital as other teams fall.

    We'll see if the team has enough to get through the playoffs this year.  I hope so, but it's too early to call 2013 a success. 

    10. Brady will need to be reined in for us to win the 2013 postseason.

    Ridiculous.  Brady will be a key part of any success we have in the postseason. 

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    Hey, Prolate, how is Ted Thompson's crappy team doing winning a pathetic division?

    Pretty good to win given their star QB was hurt the second half of the season. 

    Care to wager on that game with SF slapping them at Lambeau to prove how wrong you are?

    SF has a better defense.  I tend to think they'll win. So no, won't wager on that. 

    Hmm? Step right up, Prolate. I am 4-0 with wagers in here and we'll see how I end up with Wazzu and my bet.

    Funny....I come on here with a consistent premise on certain topics, proven to be right and somehow people like you who are mouthy the whole time, refuse to make a claim and just armchair things after Brady sucks in the postseason.

    Step right up, Prolatey. Step right up. lol

    And, every retort you have above is not a successful counter.  I warned you and your anti-BBites on it all and was proven right on it all.

    Amendola is not underwhelming at all. He might be statistically, but we threw less this year and missed a few games as well. Brandon Lloyd was not underwhelming, Amendola was not underwhelming. Edelman was not underwhelming and clearly a better value overall, superior to Welkie by a mile this year overall and arguably the team's freaking MVP.

    Roll on the floor laughing . . .

    MVP.

    Edelman.  Get it?  GOOD.

    What if it's Mankins?

    Do ya think Brady will choke it down in Denver for the AFC Title game if that's where it's held this year, or do ya think this is the year he finally crawls out of his atrocious AFC title hole to finally help our defense out for once?

    If they run a lot and lose, will you finally stop blaming Brady for everything?  How about betting on that.  If they run a lot and lose, you lose.  Any other situation, I win. 

    Hmm?  What say you, Prolatey?  Hmm?  Come on now. Take a stand so you don't look so phony.

    Just think, you might not be walking out of Gillette, Prolatety, running for that train as you think Brady played well barely doing anything well in the title game with the D bailing him out or losing two Pro Bowlers (Talib, JOnes), where they couldn't.

    You might be sitting at home watching an injured, but gutty D helped out by a smart Brady who leans on a run game for once like he used to when it wasn't perceived to be all about him, pre 2007.

    Just think, Prolatey.

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    Come on, Prolatey. Come on. You can do it.  If you're so right about how great Ted Thompson and Ozzie Newsome have been on BB's level as a GM, please step forward and have some balls for once.

    Your choice.

    As for your bet, please put some numbers on the "a lot" part, so the board knows what the bet is.

    I can tell ya right now, if we do run a lot vs any opponent in this postseason, we'll win.

    Brady won't be prone to INTs and we'll eat some clock in the process with leads which helps the D.

    I don't know how many more examples you need here.   Denver's D absolutey sucks, so it's all right there. It's really about patience and in-game management from Brady/McDaniels.

    It's that simple. If one or both takes the bait, and the opponent's D sets the trap, it doesn't take much to lose control.

    These last 2 weeks is how we win a SB and Brady wn't have bloated stats either.

    Real fans love this idea, phonies or bandwagoners, don't.

    Your choice.

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    This is Classic!

    The guy with the "High IQ" can't pick up on the "heads I win, tails you lose" bet.  Same guy who lectures others on reading comprehension.

    It never gets old!

     

     
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    what are your questions exposing me to? Do I think Rex held them back? Yes....he is a great defensive mind but doesn't have what it takes to be the Jets head coach. You need to change the mindset with the Jets. Rex has been mediocre at best and it will stay that way under his leadership. I think Geno Smith is like Sanchez...flashes of talent but not good enough. The Jets will make the mistake of giving him the reigns next year...he will flounder and they will be trying to fix it mid year. The Jets have improved on the lines...Secondary is going to need some work in the draft.

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    Exposed as an idiot because by saying Rex held them back, you're implying that they had more talent than how they produced.  So, you feel that way, right? As far as Rex's coaching ability and record goes, you need a little perspective, kid.  Look around the NFL and compare his first 5 years as a coach to ANY other first time coach and tell me how he stacks up. Tell me who the other coach to beat Peyton and Brady in the same post season.  Tell me the other rookie HC to take a rookie QB deep in the playoffs. The Jets clearly went all in in 2009/2010 and paid the price in 2011/2012 with high priced vets not producing.  Or great players that were paid as great players.  That's the NFL.  When you have a enough talent to make a run, you do EVERYTHING you can to make a run.  Why? Because apparently a team can have a top 10 QB, the best coach, the best GM with the best drafting and free agent signings and cap management and still not win a superbowl for a decade.  

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    "As far as Rex's coaching ability and record goes, you need a little perspective, kid.  Look around the NFL and compare his first 5 years as a coach to ANY other first time coach and tell me how he stacks up. "............Your quote.

    But Ryan's grandstanding wore thin as the losses began to mount, and now their playoff runs of 2009 and 2010 feel like a lifetime ago. The Jets started descending toward mediocrity in 2011, finishing 8-8, and went 6-10 in 2012They finish at 8-8 this season.

     

     
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    1. "Darrelle" Revis got fat and is not a HOFer, as predicted.  Enoy, TB.

    The Jets dumped him just in time. Clever move by the Jets. 

    2.  The Baltimore Ravens missed the playoffs and are in cap hell.

    They won the Super Bowl last year.  We'll see how long it takes them to rebuild.

    3.  The NY Giants missed the playofds and are in cap hell.

    They won the Super Bowl the year before and in 2007.  We'll see how long it takes them to rebuild. 

    4.  The Pittsburgh Steelers missed the playoffs and are in cap hell.

    They are in trouble.  

    5.  The KC Chiefs challenged the Broncos for the division.

    The Broncos won the AFC first seed and scored more points than any team in history.  Welker helped them do that.  We'll see if they can continue to win.  

    6.  The Pats will go no worse than 12-4 and Denver's defense has not improved.

    The Patriots 12-4 record is the same as it was last year and below what it was in 2010 and 2011. The Broncos at 13-3 are the number one seed in the AFC and their offense is the best ever by points (which we all know is what really matters).  We'll see if they've got enough to carry them far in the playoffs. 

    7.  The Miami Dolphins will not win the AFC East or even challenge for it.

    No one thought they would, did they?

    8.  Julian Edelman can be what Wes Welker was here.  Edelman>Welker.

    Edelman had a nice season.  Not clearly better than Welker though, at least as a receiver.  And he was on the team with Welker last year.  Amendola, who was more the replacement for Welker, has been underwhelming. 

    9.  BBs drafts in the flat cap will prove to be vital as other teams fall.

    We'll see if the team has enough to get through the playoffs this year.  I hope so, but it's too early to call 2013 a success. 

    10. Brady will need to be reined in for us to win the 2013 postseason.

    Ridiculous.  Brady will be a key part of any success we have in the postseason. 

    Discuss:

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    Hey, Prolate, how is Ted Thompson's crappy team doing winning a pathetic division?

    Pretty good to win given their star QB was hurt the second half of the season. 

    Care to wager on that game with SF slapping them at Lambeau to prove how wrong you are?

    SF has a better defense.  I tend to think they'll win. So no, won't wager on that. 

    Hmm? Step right up, Prolate. I am 4-0 with wagers in here and we'll see how I end up with Wazzu and my bet.

    Funny....I come on here with a consistent premise on certain topics, proven to be right and somehow people like you who are mouthy the whole time, refuse to make a claim and just armchair things after Brady sucks in the postseason.

    Step right up, Prolatey. Step right up. lol

    And, every retort you have above is not a successful counter.  I warned you and your anti-BBites on it all and was proven right on it all.

    Amendola is not underwhelming at all. He might be statistically, but we threw less this year and missed a few games as well. Brandon Lloyd was not underwhelming, Amendola was not underwhelming. Edelman was not underwhelming and clearly a better value overall, superior to Welkie by a mile this year overall and arguably the team's freaking MVP.

    Roll on the floor laughing . . .

    MVP.

    Edelman.  Get it?  GOOD.

    What if it's Mankins?

    Do ya think Brady will choke it down in Denver for the AFC Title game if that's where it's held this year, or do ya think this is the year he finally crawls out of his atrocious AFC title hole to finally help our defense out for once?

    If they run a lot and lose, will you finally stop blaming Brady for everything?  How about betting on that.  If they run a lot and lose, you lose.  Any other situation, I win. 

    Hmm?  What say you, Prolatey?  Hmm?  Come on now. Take a stand so you don't look so phony.

    Just think, you might not be walking out of Gillette, Prolatety, running for that train as you think Brady played well barely doing anything well in the title game with the D bailing him out or losing two Pro Bowlers (Talib, JOnes), where they couldn't.

    You might be sitting at home watching an injured, but gutty D helped out by a smart Brady who leans on a run game for once like he used to when it wasn't perceived to be all about him, pre 2007.

    Just think, Prolatey.

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    Come on, Prolatey. Come on. You can do it.  If you're so right about how great Ted Thompson and Ozzie Newsome have been on BB's level as a GM, please step forward and have some balls for once.

    Your choice.

    As for your bet, please put some numbers on the "a lot" part, so the board knows what the bet is.

    Glad to.  Let's say if they run more than 50% of the time and lose, you lose.  Any other situation, I win.  Will you take it?

    I can tell ya right now, if we do run a lot vs any opponent in this postseason, we'll win.

    Brady won't be prone to INTs and we'll eat some clock in the process with leads which helps the D.

    I don't know how many more examples you need here.   Denver's D absolutey sucks, so it's all right there. It's really about patience and in-game management from Brady/McDaniels.

    It's that simple. If one or both takes the bait, and the opponent's D sets the trap, it doesn't take much to lose control.

    These last 2 weeks is how we win a SB and Brady wn't have bloated stats either.

    Real fans love this idea, phonies or bandwagoners, don't.

    Your choice.

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    So, 51% runs and 49% pass and I win (minimum)? That's too close.  That's almost a perfect 50/50 with balance and literally that would mean 1 or 2 runs or passes would be the differentiators.

    Try again.

    Since you balked at my 35+ pass premise for years and years in here, why are you afraid to now take it when challenged?

    Afterall, my original premise was 40+ passes. I only lowered it down to get someone to take the bet.

    So, I've moved from my more than fair offer already.

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    Ah, you chickened out. 

     
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    1. "Darrelle" Revis got fat and is not a HOFer, as predicted.  Enoy, TB.

    The Jets dumped him just in time. Clever move by the Jets. 

    2.  The Baltimore Ravens missed the playoffs and are in cap hell.

    They won the Super Bowl last year.  We'll see how long it takes them to rebuild.

    3.  The NY Giants missed the playofds and are in cap hell.

    They won the Super Bowl the year before and in 2007.  We'll see how long it takes them to rebuild. 

    4.  The Pittsburgh Steelers missed the playoffs and are in cap hell.

    They are in trouble.  

    5.  The KC Chiefs challenged the Broncos for the division.

    The Broncos won the AFC first seed and scored more points than any team in history.  Welker helped them do that.  We'll see if they can continue to win.  

    6.  The Pats will go no worse than 12-4 and Denver's defense has not improved.

    The Patriots 12-4 record is the same as it was last year and below what it was in 2010 and 2011. The Broncos at 13-3 are the number one seed in the AFC and their offense is the best ever by points (which we all know is what really matters).  We'll see if they've got enough to carry them far in the playoffs. 

    7.  The Miami Dolphins will not win the AFC East or even challenge for it.

    No one thought they would, did they?

    8.  Julian Edelman can be what Wes Welker was here.  Edelman>Welker.

    Edelman had a nice season.  Not clearly better than Welker though, at least as a receiver.  And he was on the team with Welker last year.  Amendola, who was more the replacement for Welker, has been underwhelming. 

    9.  BBs drafts in the flat cap will prove to be vital as other teams fall.

    We'll see if the team has enough to get through the playoffs this year.  I hope so, but it's too early to call 2013 a success. 

    10. Brady will need to be reined in for us to win the 2013 postseason.

    Ridiculous.  Brady will be a key part of any success we have in the postseason. 

    Discuss:

    10. 

     

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    Hey, Prolate, how is Ted Thompson's crappy team doing winning a pathetic division?

    Pretty good to win given their star QB was hurt the second half of the season. 

    Care to wager on that game with SF slapping them at Lambeau to prove how wrong you are?

    SF has a better defense.  I tend to think they'll win. So no, won't wager on that. 

    Hmm? Step right up, Prolate. I am 4-0 with wagers in here and we'll see how I end up with Wazzu and my bet.

    Funny....I come on here with a consistent premise on certain topics, proven to be right and somehow people like you who are mouthy the whole time, refuse to make a claim and just armchair things after Brady sucks in the postseason.

    Step right up, Prolatey. Step right up. lol

    And, every retort you have above is not a successful counter.  I warned you and your anti-BBites on it all and was proven right on it all.

    Amendola is not underwhelming at all. He might be statistically, but we threw less this year and missed a few games as well. Brandon Lloyd was not underwhelming, Amendola was not underwhelming. Edelman was not underwhelming and clearly a better value overall, superior to Welkie by a mile this year overall and arguably the team's freaking MVP.

    Roll on the floor laughing . . .

    MVP.

    Edelman.  Get it?  GOOD.

    What if it's Mankins?

    Do ya think Brady will choke it down in Denver for the AFC Title game if that's where it's held this year, or do ya think this is the year he finally crawls out of his atrocious AFC title hole to finally help our defense out for once?

    If they run a lot and lose, will you finally stop blaming Brady for everything?  How about betting on that.  If they run a lot and lose, you lose.  Any other situation, I win. 

    Hmm?  What say you, Prolatey?  Hmm?  Come on now. Take a stand so you don't look so phony.

    Just think, you might not be walking out of Gillette, Prolatety, running for that train as you think Brady played well barely doing anything well in the title game with the D bailing him out or losing two Pro Bowlers (Talib, JOnes), where they couldn't.

    You might be sitting at home watching an injured, but gutty D helped out by a smart Brady who leans on a run game for once like he used to when it wasn't perceived to be all about him, pre 2007.

    Just think, Prolatey.

    LMAO

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    Come on, Prolatey. Come on. You can do it.  If you're so right about how great Ted Thompson and Ozzie Newsome have been on BB's level as a GM, please step forward and have some balls for once.

    Your choice.

    As for your bet, please put some numbers on the "a lot" part, so the board knows what the bet is.

    I can tell ya right now, if we do run a lot vs any opponent in this postseason, we'll win.

    Brady won't be prone to INTs and we'll eat some clock in the process with leads which helps the D.

    I don't know how many more examples you need here.   Denver's D absolutey sucks, so it's all right there. It's really about patience and in-game management from Brady/McDaniels.

    It's that simple. If one or both takes the bait, and the opponent's D sets the trap, it doesn't take much to lose control.

    These last 2 weeks is how we win a SB and Brady wn't have bloated stats either.

    Real fans love this idea, phonies or bandwagoners, don't.

    Your choice.

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    This is Classic!

    The guy with the "High IQ" can't pick up on the "heads I win, tails you lose" bet.  Same guy who lectures others on reading comprehension.

    It never gets old!

     

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    Shut up!  I almost had him there!

     
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    It was so nice with only your slightly tamer alter ego on the game thread yesterday. You are the epitome of a troll. I hope you understand 99% of the board knows this. Your good for a giggle though.

     
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    These last 2 weeks is how we win a SB and Brady wn't have bloated stats either. 

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    Sadly, if they make the SB it won't be against the Bills and their bottom feeding run defense you ignoramus.

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    Will it be against the god awful Broncos? Don't look now but the Bills lead the AFC in turnovers created and sacks.

    Nothing bottom feeder about their D whatsoever.  It's not the Broncos or Jets Ds. lol

    Enjoy, Bustchise!

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    Bottom feeder RUN D, you moron. Top rated pass D

    Which is why they RAN against them in the rain.

    BB is smarter than you.

    We are all smarter than you.

    There's no one dumber or a bigger liar.  Fact!

     
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    This is Classic!

    The guy with the "High IQ" can't pick up on the "heads I win, tails you lose" bet.  Same guy who lectures others on reading comprehension.

    It never gets old!

     

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    Shut up!  I almost had him there!

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    Sorry, I never like to see the less fortunate being exploited.

     
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    Some of those we're lay ups, but if you predicted all of those then kudos to you.

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    Yep. Made all of them.  I agree some were layups but took heat on some, so I need to point them out.

    Hotblitz and I had a bet on the Ravens, too. RKrap mouthed off on it, but he wussed out on a bet.

    He and others simply don't understand concepts such as continuity when it comes to teambuilding.

    BB is far, far ahead of Ozzie Newsome. Thanks again to BB.

     

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    "wussed out on a bet"??? I did not bet because I thought the bet was a suckers bet. I made the smart play and turned it down. How is that "wussng out"??

    Ravens have been to the playoffs 5 straight years, and won the SB last year. They were 1 half of the game yesterday from going to the play offs again. how does anyone criticize that franchise?

    didnt Revis make the pro bowl this year and grade out as the highest grade CB in football? (pssst-the answer is yes)

    the Steelers are not in cap hell. they will move on from 5 aging vets that have really regressed and will have more cap space than the PAts will this off season 

    didnt the Chiefs finish 3 games behind the Broncos? Is that challenging the Broncos?  

    I wish some one had the forsight to sign Edelman to more than a 1 year contract.

    I agree BB has the potential of a very good draft, but lets see how years 2,3,4 play out. Other than maybe Collins and Allen, no one stands out as a real potential stud to my eye, so far a bunch of solid young players, which is fine.   

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    Revis made the Pro Bowl this year? Bahwhahahahahh!  How is that even possible??? He sucked!

    Yes, the Chiefs were tied at 11-3 with Denver 2 weeks ago which means they challenged for the division. Yes.

    Finally, yes you wussed out on the bet by mouthing off in the wager thread itself saying "NE would pass 40-50 times", which all but accepts my bet. Then when I called you on it,  you said you would take it but only if Solder would go, which you probably suspected he wouldn't. So, that caveat sneakily allowed you to backpedal. We all witnessed it.

    Then, you were so mortified how right I was, you actually had a moment of truth and stepped forward to announce defeat and to leave the board, which of course you couldn't do yet again, as the despicable person you are with dignity, class or character.

    Capiche?

    LMAO

    Ya lost. Leave the board.  Jets fans and bandwagoners don't belong.

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    TFB, I kind of like your term and think it is appropos in this case: OWNAGE!!

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    Quarterback: Tom Brady, Patriots; Drew Brees, Saints; Peyton Manning, Broncos; Cam Newton, Panthers; Philip Rivers, Chargers; Russell Wilson, Seahawks.

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    Defensive end: Greg Hardy, Panthers; Cameron Jordan, Saints; Robert Quinn, Rams; Cameron Wake, Dolphins; J.J. Watt, Texans; Mario Williams, Bills.

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    Special Teams

     

    Punter: Brandon Fields, Dolphins; Johnny Hekker, Rams.

    Placekicker: Matt Prater, Broncos; Justin Tucker, Ravens.

    Punt returner: Antonio Brown, Steelers; Dexter McCluster, Chiefs.

    Special teamer: Justin Bethel, Cardinals; Matthew Slater, Patriots.

     
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    Re: A Walk Down Memory Lane

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    This is Classic!

    The guy with the "High IQ" can't pick up on the "heads I win, tails you lose" bet.  Same guy who lectures others on reading comprehension.

    It never gets old!

     

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    Shut up!  I almost had him there!

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    Sorry, I never like to see the less fortunate being exploited.

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    I don't think it's possible to exploit Rusty, since when he's wrong, he just pretends he's right.  It's all the same to him . . .

     
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    what are your questions exposing me to? Do I think Rex held them back? Yes....he is a great defensive mind but doesn't have what it takes to be the Jets head coach. You need to change the mindset with the Jets. Rex has been mediocre at best and it will stay that way under his leadership. I think Geno Smith is like Sanchez...flashes of talent but not good enough. The Jets will make the mistake of giving him the reigns next year...he will flounder and they will be trying to fix it mid year. The Jets have improved on the lines...Secondary is going to need some work in the draft.

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    He's not really a great defensive mind. Jim Leonhard had to tell him what the gameplan needed to beat NE in the 2010 divisionals.

    What he is, is a good motivator for immature players since he is immature. He's like Pete Carroll.  They're ideal college or high school coaches.

    Keep in mind, his entire reputation comes from Baltimore's defense when he was coordinator there in the mid 2000s and when he borrowed some older vets to put on the field in NY.

    Good coordinator, terrible leader.

     

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    So, after years of blaming Brady for the Pats 'biggest choke in the history of the NFL", now you're claiming that it was Jim Leonahard that came up with the game plan of covering the pass catchers and hitting Brady early and often.  Just curious, who came up with the Jets game plan to score 28 points on that awful Pats D?  Was that LT? Holmes?

    Bwahahahahahahahah! What an idiot.

     
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    what are your questions exposing me to? Do I think Rex held them back? Yes....he is a great defensive mind but doesn't have what it takes to be the Jets head coach. You need to change the mindset with the Jets. Rex has been mediocre at best and it will stay that way under his leadership. I think Geno Smith is like Sanchez...flashes of talent but not good enough. The Jets will make the mistake of giving him the reigns next year...he will flounder and they will be trying to fix it mid year. The Jets have improved on the lines...Secondary is going to need some work in the draft.

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    He's not really a great defensive mind. Jim Leonhard had to tell him what the gameplan needed to beat NE in the 2010 divisionals.

    What he is, is a good motivator for immature players since he is immature. He's like Pete Carroll.  They're ideal college or high school coaches.

    Keep in mind, his entire reputation comes from Baltimore's defense when he was coordinator there in the mid 2000s and when he borrowed some older vets to put on the field in NY.

    Good coordinator, terrible leader.

     

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    So, after years of blaming Brady for the Pats 'biggest choke in the history of the NFL", now you're claiming that it was Jim Leonahard that came up with the game plan of covering the pass catchers and hitting Brady early and often.  Just curious, who came up with the Jets game plan to score 28 points on that awful Pats D?  Was that LT? Holmes?

    Bwahahahahahahahah! What an idiot.

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    "As far as Rex's coaching ability and record goes, you need a little perspective, kid.  Look around the NFL and compare his first 5 years as a coach to ANY other first time coach and tell me how he stacks up. "............Your quote.

    But Ryan's grandstanding wore thin as the losses began to mount, and now their playoff runs of 2009 and 2010 feel like a lifetime ago. The Jets started descending toward mediocrity in 2011, finishing 8-8, and went 6-10 in 2012They finish at 8-8 this season.

     

     
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    what are your questions exposing me to? Do I think Rex held them back? Yes....he is a great defensive mind but doesn't have what it takes to be the Jets head coach. You need to change the mindset with the Jets. Rex has been mediocre at best and it will stay that way under his leadership. I think Geno Smith is like Sanchez...flashes of talent but not good enough. The Jets will make the mistake of giving him the reigns next year...he will flounder and they will be trying to fix it mid year. The Jets have improved on the lines...Secondary is going to need some work in the draft.

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    Exposed as an idiot because by saying Rex held them back, you're implying that they had more talent than how they produced.  So, you feel that way, right? As far as Rex's coaching ability and record goes, you need a little perspective, kid.  Look around the NFL and compare his first 5 years as a coach to ANY other first time coach and tell me how he stacks up. Tell me who the other coach to beat Peyton and Brady in the same post season.  Tell me the other rookie HC to take a rookie QB deep in the playoffs. The Jets clearly went all in in 2009/2010 and paid the price in 2011/2012 with high priced vets not producing.  Or great players that were paid as great players.  That's the NFL.  When you have a enough talent to make a run, you do EVERYTHING you can to make a run.  Why? Because apparently a team can have a top 10 QB, the best coach, the best GM with the best drafting and free agent signings and cap management and still not win a superbowl for a decade.  

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    "As far as Rex's coaching ability and record goes, you need a little perspective, kid.  Look around the NFL and compare his first 5 years as a coach to ANY other first time coach and tell me how he stacks up. "............Your quote.

    But Ryan's grandstanding wore thin as the losses began to mount, and now their playoff runs of 2009 and 2010 feel like a lifetime ago. The Jets started descending toward mediocrity in 2011, finishing 8-8, and went 6-10 in 2012They finish at 8-8 this season.

     

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    Wow, if 2009/10 feel like a lifetime ago, what does 2004 feel like?  Someone elses lifetime ago?

     
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    PS I am still chuckling at your "clever move by the Jets" line. Mark Domenick was just fired. Warnings were out.

    You can't buy up players all at once. Vincent Jackson, Goldson and Revis. Warnings were out.

    LMAO

     

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    So, are you saying that the Jets trading Revis for a top 15 pick and drafting the ROY with that pick was not clever?  Was it a bad move? Oh my.  you still clammor on about what a great move trading Seymour was, but trading Revis was a bad move?  What an idiot.

     
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    what are your questions exposing me to? Do I think Rex held them back? Yes....he is a great defensive mind but doesn't have what it takes to be the Jets head coach. You need to change the mindset with the Jets. Rex has been mediocre at best and it will stay that way under his leadership. I think Geno Smith is like Sanchez...flashes of talent but not good enough. The Jets will make the mistake of giving him the reigns next year...he will flounder and they will be trying to fix it mid year. The Jets have improved on the lines...Secondary is going to need some work in the draft.

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    Exposed as an idiot because by saying Rex held them back, you're implying that they had more talent than how they produced.  So, you feel that way, right? As far as Rex's coaching ability and record goes, you need a little perspective, kid.  Look around the NFL and compare his first 5 years as a coach to ANY other first time coach and tell me how he stacks up. Tell me who the other coach to beat Peyton and Brady in the same post season.  Tell me the other rookie HC to take a rookie QB deep in the playoffs. The Jets clearly went all in in 2009/2010 and paid the price in 2011/2012 with high priced vets not producing.  Or great players that were paid as great players.  That's the NFL.  When you have a enough talent to make a run, you do EVERYTHING you can to make a run.  Why? Because apparently a team can have a top 10 QB, the best coach, the best GM with the best drafting and free agent signings and cap management and still not win a superbowl for a decade.  

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    "As far as Rex's coaching ability and record goes, you need a little perspective, kid.  Look around the NFL and compare his first 5 years as a coach to ANY other first time coach and tell me how he stacks up. "............Your quote.

    But Ryan's grandstanding wore thin as the losses began to mount, and now their playoff runs of 2009 and 2010 feel like a lifetime ago. The Jets started descending toward mediocrity in 2011, finishing 8-8, and went 6-10 in 2012They finish at 8-8 this season.

     

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    Wow, if 2009/10 feel like a lifetime ago, what does 2004 feel like?  Someone elses lifetime ago?

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    better than the 1960's ....lol

     
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    But Ryan's grandstanding wore thin as the losses began to mount, and now their playoff runs of 2009 and 2010 feel like a lifetime ago. The Jets started descending toward mediocrity in 2011, finishing 8-8, and went 6-10 in 2012They finish at 8-8 this season.

     

    vs.

     


    Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is the longest-tenured head coach in the NFL, as he's been on the sidelines in New England since the 2000 season. The team has had tremendous success under his leadership, earning 11 division titles during that time.

     
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    As Johnson spoke, some players wondered if he had something else to tell them. He did: Rex Ryan, their coach, will return next season. The Jets mobbed Ryan, who turned emotional. They hugged him. They slapped his back and his shoulders and his hands. The veteran linebacker Calvin Pace, who has been one of Ryan’s more outspoken supporters, said the joy he felt was comparable to the elation of the improbable playoff runs of 2009 and 2010.

    “You’d think we won the Super Bowl,” Geno Smith said

     
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    ^ - Pro Bowl is nothing but a popularity contest.  did Brady deserve to be in the QB line-up off his play of this season in spite of his personnel challenges?

     

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