Rex wants what Bill has.

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    Re: Rex wants what Bill has.

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    [QUOTE]That sounds legit.  Although, I suspect that Bill wouldn't mind what Rex has in the last couple of years.... a playoff win.  Success in the NFL is fleeting, 2004 is as relevant as 1969.
    Posted by McCheaters[/QUOTE]
    I think the thing the fat foot smeller wants most from Master Hoodie is a chance to suck the toes of the NFL's best coach!

    Your boy Ryan is a total sexual deviant freak...you know that, right Leon?!
     
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    Re: Rex wants what Bill has.

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    [QUOTE]That sounds legit.  Although, I suspect that Bill wouldn't mind what Rex has in the last couple of years.... a playoff win.  Success in the NFL is fleeting, 2004 is as relevant as 1969.
    Posted by McCheaters[/QUOTE]


    Thats like saying 10 dollars is just as relevant as 1000.  Yes, both are money, one is a lot more than the other......  dain brammaged jest fan.
     
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    Re: Rex wants what Bill has.

    because you are a fetid pus bubble.  A mewling pile of maggot infested dog vomit.  
     
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    Re: Rex wants what Bill has.

    Bill has infinite job security.  That's why Bill can trade out this year's draft choices to next year, and looks pretty good next year.  Rex feels the drumbeat, "win now", so he trades a second round pick for an old guy that can no longer run. 

    Rather, GM Mike Tannenbaum makes the Jets trades.  The guy is a swinging genius.  Rex will get canned next year perhaps, or he'll hold onto his job if the Jets have a good season, but Tannenbaum is golden with the owner, except the GM is the one feeding Rex and his predecessor all the wrong players. 

    I think Rex is a good head coach in a bad spot.
     
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    Re: Rex wants what Bill has.

    No question Rex is a good coach. He had made his D better then it should have been. He just doesnt know when to shut up, but its who he is.  At least he's not a phony and he wears his heart on his sleeve. He has beat us when it counted, credit is given where its deserved.

    But I think his point is that Bill B has been more then sucessful and who wouldnt want to have Bill B's resume?
     
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    The only way Rex gets the respect he desires is to win the SB.  No easy way around it.  He's a good coach, but the bluster and proclaimations are just hot air.  Until he can win the SB, he's just another coach, albeit in a big media market.  If he was the coach of the Bengals no one would care so much about what he says. 

    If Rex can beat the Pats to win the division and get home field, then he can talk up his team. 
     
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