Tannenbaum fired Rex to stay

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    Rexy stays only until the GM gets there. Then he will put the coach he wants in place.

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    I was wondering this as well.  It's not like Ryan is innocent here.  But the new GM will probably have his hands tied for one year on this at least.

     
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    Does it matter who they fired or who they hire? When you have to face Tom Brady every year you are going to lose unless he gets injured or he gets old. The last time the Patriots didn't win the division Brady was getting his knee fixed in California. There have been 12 coaching and 6 GM  changes in our division since Brady has been a starter. That will not change until he can't do it anymore - anyone that takes a head coaching or GM job in our division is making career suicide. This may go on for another three years with the way he is playing.

    The only way a team stands a chance to beat us is if they have a quarterback (they don't grow on trees). And even if they find one, they have to face a Belichick defensive game plan twice a year...ask Peyton Manning how much fun that was.

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    LOL!  You can;t backpedal now. You were on here telling us how much better their personnel moves were, etc.

    Did you Spiller blast through their defense yesterday? I did.  SWISS CHEESE. How's our D looking as it plays backups and kids going into the playoffs?

    For the last 3 years, all you've done is come in here with your cookie sheet in hand praising everything they've done and bashed BB.  You and RKarp can't hide from that now.

     

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    I've never praised the Jets for anything. I never praised them for their drafts, game plans, players...nothing. You are the one who is obsessed with the Jets...everyone knows this. You even admit that you spend time on their boards during the week...kind of like a double troll agent. You go to jet's boards, then you come here and tell everyone how Alex Smith is a better quarterback than Brady. Then you tell us how Belichick is letting Brady ruin this offense!

    RUSTY secret double troll agent! It has a better ring to it than "rusty professional tylenol salesman". LOL!

    Hey, maybe the jets should just hire you?? You're a big fan and no one knows the salary cap like you. You could tell them about all your phone calls to Mike Lombardi and how you would of traded Brady after the Cardinal's game...I'm sure that would go over real super during your interview. Then you can warn them about the impending doom that is the virtual certainty from the NFL lockout! Scare the crap out of them....yeah...yeah!! Do it! They may just hire you and we can dominate the division even after Brady retires!

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    LOL!!

    You are a liar. You and RKarp back each other here constantly on the Jets. Whenever someone brings them up (it's not just me), you both jump in and act like they aren't a joke and then use the opportunity to slam BB.

    Exposed.

    Face it, you lost. Your little game of bashing has died a slow death since last year.  If we had won the SB last year, you wouldn't even be here this year doing your trolling.

     

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    I'm a liar? You got to be kidding me. Listen you are a chronic liar...to the point were I'm certain that you type away in a mental institution. I mean you actually deny saying we should of traded Brady after the Cardinal's game! Hahaha! You wrote that! And many many other special rants. You're so chidish you actually run around here spell checking people..who does that? I mean, really? Really? Then you brag about your IQ...who does that? Then you talk down to people about your income level!?

    It's embarrassing - it really is. You really need to stop. Listen, take some baby steps for the new year. Join a club...go see a specialist, eat more fiber, drink more water, start walking...then watch a football game. Do it in that order:)  No need to thank me...your spell check corrections are thanks enough, in fact if I was a loser I'd do the same:)

     
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    LOL!  I love it!  Only get rid of half the problem. And whoever the new GM is, can you imagine how crappy that person will be? Who wants to come in there and work with a coach who has mental illness?

     

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    wow, the guy (Rex) is assnt head coach for 1 year, and goes to the league championship game. He is then head coach for 4 years, and goes to 2 league championship games. Yet he can't coach?

    I get that you guys dont like him and all, but for crying out loud, give some credit where credit is due.

    Only on this board, with guys like Muzzle and the guy that shall remain nameless, but has 9 handles after 8 bans.

     
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    Rex stays...hmmmmm...for now...we'll see.

     
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    Okay . . .   we've all had a pretty good laugh at (green) New Jersey's ineptitude over the last couple years, but the truth of the matter is that Ryan did have that motley crew on the verge of a conference championship twice -- even with the Amazing Colossal Doofus at quarterback -- and has seen some key injuries, normal atrophy and money-grubbing decimate what was most of a pretty good team not too long ago.

     

    I'm no fan of Rex Ryan, but since he's toned down the rhetoric and concentrated more on coaching and less on being a "personality," I find him less irritating now than I would have three or four years ago.

    Of course, it may simply be that New Jersey has become such a running joke (once again) that I don't even really think about Rex Ryan much anymore, but the reality is that even adequate coaches are not as easy to find as you might think. And if you don't believe that, why don't you go ask someone from . . .   say . . .   Detroit . . .    or Cleveland . . .   or Kansas City . . .   or . . .   well, you get the point.

     

     
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    I actually think if Rex is given the players that hecan coach them up.  He is a big mouth for sure but I can respect that the guy has resisted every opportunity to blame his players (especially Sanchez) for a bad season.  Despite the big mouth and the bravado, Ryan seems like a stand up guy.  I for one think he deserves another chance with a GM that can find players and manage the roster.  Besides, Ryan's personality alone makes the Pats-Jets games interesting.  

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    Ryan had to have a hand in the drafting.   That's grounds for firing right there.  

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    Do we know that he did have draft input?  Look, not saying Ryan is blameless, but his roster wasn't exactly stocked with young, superior talent.  And Sanchez proved that he couldn't lead  a team with little offenisve talent.  The middling defense didn't help either since the play D and run the ball Jets couldn't do much of either. 

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    Are you SERIOUS? Do "we" know that he had input into the draft? Are you for real? Really? REALLY?... Really.  Really?   LOL... And maybe you might ask whether their O line had any impact on how the QB played? And maybe you could ask whether Sanchez has any imput into what he has for dinner?

    Too bad Tannen is gone. Curious to see how this blow hard of a group of individuals so full of their own greatness comes out of the preseason... I suspect they will be bragging how much better they are and people should watch out and how the will show the world just how great they are....

     
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    Does it matter who they fired or who they hire? When you have to face Tom Brady every year you are going to lose unless he gets injured or he gets old. The last time the Patriots didn't win the division Brady was getting his knee fixed in California. There have been 12 coaching and 6 GM  changes in our division since Brady has been a starter. That will not change until he can't do it anymore - anyone that takes a head coaching or GM job in our division is making career suicide. This may go on for another three years with the way he is playing.

    The only way a team stands a chance to beat us is if they have a quarterback (they don't grow on trees). And even if they find one, they have to face a Belichick defensive game plan twice a year...ask Peyton Manning how much fun that was.

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    LOL!  You can;t backpedal now. You were on here telling us how much better their personnel moves were, etc.

    Did you Spiller blast through their defense yesterday? I did.  SWISS CHEESE. How's our D looking as it plays backups and kids going into the playoffs?

    For the last 3 years, all you've done is come in here with your cookie sheet in hand praising everything they've done and bashed BB.  You and RKarp can't hide from that now.

     

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    I've never praised the Jets for anything. I never praised them for their drafts, game plans, players...nothing. You are the one who is obsessed with the Jets...everyone knows this. You even admit that you spend time on their boards during the week...kind of like a double troll agent. You go to jet's boards, then you come here and tell everyone how Alex Smith is a better quarterback than Brady. Then you tell us how Belichick is letting Brady ruin this offense!

    RUSTY secret double troll agent! It has a better ring to it than "rusty professional tylenol salesman". LOL!

    Hey, maybe the jets should just hire you?? You're a big fan and no one knows the salary cap like you. You could tell them about all your phone calls to Mike Lombardi and how you would of traded Brady after the Cardinal's game...I'm sure that would go over real super during your interview. Then you can warn them about the impending doom that is the virtual certainty from the NFL lockout! Scare the crap out of them....yeah...yeah!! Do it! They may just hire you and we can dominate the division even after Brady retires!

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    LOL!!

    You are a liar. You and RKarp back each other here constantly on the Jets. Whenever someone brings them up (it's not just me), you both jump in and act like they aren't a joke and then use the opportunity to slam BB.

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    Face it, you lost. Your little game of bashing has died a slow death since last year.  If we had won the SB last year, you wouldn't even be here this year doing your trolling.

     

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    I'm a liar? You got to be kidding me. Listen you are a chronic liar...to the point were I'm certain that you type away in a mental institution. I mean you actually deny saying we should of traded Brady after the Cardinal's game! Hahaha! You wrote that! And many many other special rants. You're so chidish you actually run around here spell checking people..who does that? I mean, really? Really? Then you brag about your IQ...who does that? Then you talk down to people about your income level!?

    It's embarrassing - it really is. You really need to stop. Listen, take some baby steps for the new year. Join a club...go see a specialist, eat more fiber, drink more water, start walking...then watch a football game. Do it in that order:)  No need to thank me...your spell check corrections are thanks enough, in fact if I was a loser I'd do the same:)

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    also remember Hurl that Devin McCourty is better than Darelle Revis and Matt Cassell is a "Top 7" Quarterback

     
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    I actually think if Rex is given the players that hecan coach them up.  He is a big mouth for sure but I can respect that the guy has resisted every opportunity to blame his players (especially Sanchez) for a bad season.  Despite the big mouth and the bravado, Ryan seems like a stand up guy.  I for one think he deserves another chance with a GM that can find players and manage the roster.  Besides, Ryan's personality alone makes the Pats-Jets games interesting.  

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    Ryan had to have a hand in the drafting.   That's grounds for firing right there.  

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    Do we know that he did have draft input?  Look, not saying Ryan is blameless, but his roster wasn't exactly stocked with young, superior talent.  And Sanchez proved that he couldn't lead  a team with little offenisve talent.  The middling defense didn't help either since the play D and run the ball Jets couldn't do much of either. 

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    Are you SERIOUS? Do "we" know that he had input into the draft? Are you for real? Really? REALLY?... Really.  Really?   LOL... And maybe you might ask whether their O line had any impact on how the QB played? And maybe you could ask whether Sanchez has any imput into what he has for dinner?

    Too bad Tannen is gone. Curious to see how this blow hard of a group of individuals so full of their own greatness comes out of the preseason... I suspect they will be bragging how much better they are and people should watch out and how the will show the world just how great they are....

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    Show me where it says that he had input.  It's just conjecture from what I can tell.  Are you always this excitable?  Ease up son!

     
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    Mike Genius Tannenbaum has always had a special place in my Hall of Shame.  I'll miss him. 

    Rex came from Baltimore's dominant defense, and for a while he had the NFL's #1 defense.  That's pretty good.  If Rex has a major fault as a coach, I think that he rides certain players (the Sanchize, Tebow, Plaxico, Quinton Motivation Coples) into the ground. 

    One of the Jets' biggest problems is the owner.  The owner wants to sell seat licenses, so he keeps bringing in big-name over the hill flops such as LaDanian Tomlinson and Tebow.

     

     
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    Really they both should of been fired in my opinion, because who ever decided to resign Sanchez and then stick with him during the entire season (stubbornly) should be gone. I have to think that Rex had a say in all of that - unless things are so disfunctional that he was forced to play Sanchez...and if it was the case then Tannenbaum would of had the power to fire Rex and keep his job...unless it was the owner calling the shots. I imagine Rex has/had some power over there. That offense that they have run - over the last three years - looks like something out of a 1960's high school playbook. They all should be fired.

    Another surprise to me is a guy like Pioli keeping his job - you can't go through 2 head coaches in four years as a GM and keep your own job. He hired them both - they both failed. He made the trade for their franchise QB, he is now one of the worst QB's in the NFL. He has made some questionable early draft selections. The media hates him over there - the fans hate him and that entire organization...I'm absolutely stunned they are sticking with him.

     
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    Here's the issue with Pioli:

    Haley wasn't his guy, so obviously he had to fire him. So, he lost a year right there.  Crennel was brought in simply because he didn't have anyone/no one wanted the job.

    With a much larger pool to choose from now, he should get who he wants.

    Personally, if Reid doesn't go to Cleveland, A Pioli/Reid match would be fantastic for them.  Reid is used to having some GM responsibilites with Roseman in Philly, and Pioli is used to deferring to BB.

    BB and Reid are buddies.  I can see that happening. That's when you then judge Pioli in KC.  Who cares what the media thinks?  The media hates BB too. I almost see that as a good thing, at this point. The media loves Rex. Why? He gives them copy. How good did that work?

    Pioli is a GM and is a behind the scenes guy anyway. No fan or mediahead should care about the personality or appearance of a GM.  That's ridiculous logic.

    Comparing that to the Jets isn't close.  Tannenbum and Rex have had 4 years to progreess and the regressed so badly, it's beyond comical. It's almost like they tried to sabotage it. Every choice they made was literally the wrong one.

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    Pioli didn't bring in Haley? I don't remember. The thing with the media is this (and it can't be understated)...the media can sway public opinion more than anything else, except one thing, winning. They haven't done that...win. The media bashes Pioli on a daily basis there...calling him a control freak, rude, not accessible, cruel to employees, etc. Now this is pretty common coming from the Parcell's tree, but what isn't common is the lack of wins/success. 

    The fans have grown to dislike the organization as a whole...that is a problem. They boo at games and ultimately they will just stop coming. That's the problem.

     
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    Here's the issue with Pioli:

    Haley wasn't his guy, so obviously he had to fire him. So, he lost a year right there.  Crennel was brought in simply because he didn't have anyone/no one wanted the job.

    With a much larger pool to choose from now, he should get who he wants.

    Personally, if Reid doesn't go to Cleveland, A Pioli/Reid match would be fantastic for them.  Reid is used to having some GM responsibilites with Roseman in Philly, and Pioli is used to deferring to BB.

    BB and Reid are buddies.  I can see that happening. That's when you then judge Pioli in KC.  Who cares what the media thinks?  The media hates BB too. I almost see that as a good thing, at this point. The media loves Rex. Why? He gives them copy. How good did that work?

    Pioli is a GM and is a behind the scenes guy anyway. No fan or mediahead should care about the personality or appearance of a GM.  That's ridiculous logic.

    Comparing that to the Jets isn't close.  Tannenbum and Rex have had 4 years to progreess and the regressed so badly, it's beyond comical. It's almost like they tried to sabotage it. Every choice they made was literally the wrong one.

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    I respectfully disagree...Pioli has had more than enough time to prove his worth...the chief's have regressed under his stewardship. His first mistake was trading for Cassel. Secondly, and most important Pioli's and the Chief's owner need to figure out who they are and that starts with hiring a head coach that has the ability to implement the teams phlyoshies and  hire a coaching staff to execute the plan. Pioli's job then is to manage the cap and fill the roster with players that fit within the teams philosophy. 

    I do agree that hiring Ried makes sense...the bigger question is why did it take him four years to figure out that his success and that of the franchise is hiring a football guy to run the football program. More to the point, is that if you look at the franchises that have had sustained success each has done so because they don't change their organizational philosophy based on the head coach...they hire head coaches that fit their organizations profile, then go about the business of building rosters with players that fit the system....

     
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    Why wouldn't it be a "dream job" for the incoming GM?  They've got no place to go but up.  A new GM would need some time, as I believe the Jets are having cap issues, and we all know they got QB issues.  And, if memory serves, I believe they'll have draft issues coming up.  But consider, if they win 8 games next year, it's an improvement - heck, if can go .500 in the division it's a step in the right direction.  They have some decent players coming back, the D hasn't stunk up the joint - so this off-season, they'll need to do what they've needed to do for some time - take the cap hit, suck it up, get a decent QB, stay committed to improving the offense, and understand it may take 2-3  years to dig themselves out of a hole.


    The Jets represent a stark contrast to how good organizations are built, and in this era, on the fly.  The Pats may not have won a SB recently, but they've remained near-constant playoff caliber while rebuilding.  Pretty impressive stuff.

     
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    Here's the issue with Pioli:

    Haley wasn't his guy, so obviously he had to fire him. So, he lost a year right there.  Crennel was brought in simply because he didn't have anyone/no one wanted the job.

    With a much larger pool to choose from now, he should get who he wants.

    Personally, if Reid doesn't go to Cleveland, A Pioli/Reid match would be fantastic for them.  Reid is used to having some GM responsibilites with Roseman in Philly, and Pioli is used to deferring to BB.

    BB and Reid are buddies.  I can see that happening. That's when you then judge Pioli in KC.  Who cares what the media thinks?  The media hates BB too. I almost see that as a good thing, at this point. The media loves Rex. Why? He gives them copy. How good did that work?

    Pioli is a GM and is a behind the scenes guy anyway. No fan or mediahead should care about the personality or appearance of a GM.  That's ridiculous logic.

    Comparing that to the Jets isn't close.  Tannenbum and Rex have had 4 years to progreess and the regressed so badly, it's beyond comical. It's almost like they tried to sabotage it. Every choice they made was literally the wrong one.

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    Pioli didn't bring in Haley? I don't remember. The thing with the media is this (and it can't be understated)...the media can sway public opinion more than anything else, except one thing, winning. They haven't done that...win. The media bashes Pioli on a daily basis there...calling him a control freak, rude, not accessible, cruel to employees, etc. Now this is pretty common coming from the Parcell's tree, but what isn't common is the lack of wins/success. 

    The fans have grown to dislike the organization as a whole...that is a problem. They boo at games and ultimately they will just stop coming. That's the problem.

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    Haley was there before Pioli, I believe.  I think Peterson brought in Haley and the Peterson was fired. I could be wrong on that, but I thought that is how it went down. 

    I;ve heard that crap about Piioli before and it's just dumb to be. What did you hire him for? The Chiefs have had no structure there for 15+ years. They've had subpar coaches and QBs, yet they don't want to exercise patience now?

    It doesn;t make any sense. Why weren't they angry 10+ years ago when they had a bunch of hack QBs every 3 years and Marty Schottenheimer was a conservative moron, Vermeil was old and not that good, Herm Edwards? Terrible.

    They need a shot in the arm with a legit coach who can bring along a good QB. They have talent, so I don't know what their fans are angry about.

     

    Edit: Ok, yes, Pioli did hire Haley, so that's on him.  But, I wouldn't pull the plug on Pioli just for that. It didn't work and Crennel was just an interim guy anyway. If they could get Reid, I think that would be a coup.

     

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    The real question was why he brought Weis in? Here you have two hot headed offensive guys on the same team together...with one being the head coach and the other willing to sell his soul to become one. That didn't end well, yeah Weis made them better for one season, but it must have been a disaster in that lockeroom.

     
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    Here's the issue with Pioli:

    Haley wasn't his guy, so obviously he had to fire him. So, he lost a year right there.  Crennel was brought in simply because he didn't have anyone/no one wanted the job.

    With a much larger pool to choose from now, he should get who he wants.

    Personally, if Reid doesn't go to Cleveland, A Pioli/Reid match would be fantastic for them.  Reid is used to having some GM responsibilites with Roseman in Philly, and Pioli is used to deferring to BB.

    BB and Reid are buddies.  I can see that happening. That's when you then judge Pioli in KC.  Who cares what the media thinks?  The media hates BB too. I almost see that as a good thing, at this point. The media loves Rex. Why? He gives them copy. How good did that work?

    Pioli is a GM and is a behind the scenes guy anyway. No fan or mediahead should care about the personality or appearance of a GM.  That's ridiculous logic.

    Comparing that to the Jets isn't close.  Tannenbum and Rex have had 4 years to progreess and the regressed so badly, it's beyond comical. It's almost like they tried to sabotage it. Every choice they made was literally the wrong one.

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    I respectfully disagree...Pioli has had more than enough time to prove his worth...the chief's have regressed under his stewardship. His first mistake was trading for Cassel. Secondly, and most important Pioli's and the Chief's owner need to figure out who they are and that starts with hiring a head coach that has the ability to implement the teams phlyoshies and  hire a coaching staff to execute the plan. Pioli's job then is to manage the cap and fill the roster with players that fit within the teams philosophy. 

    I do agree that hiring Ried makes sense...the bigger question is why did it take him four years to figure out that his success and that of the franchise is hiring a football guy to run the football program. More to the point, is that if you look at the franchises that have had sustained success each has done so because they don't change their organizational philosophy based on the head coach...they hire head coaches that fit their organizations profile, then go about the business of building rosters with players that fit the system....

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    I like Reid, but he is about as far away from the Belichick type of philosophy as you can get. I mean this guy tells the media exactly what the injuries are to players and how long they'll be out. You think Pioli will stand for that? Reid will sit there and talk with the media and be way too forthcoming on a daily basis...I can't see a guy his age dramatically changing at this point. His players quit on him last season - this wasn't a case of them not having the talent, this was a case of a coach not getting his players to play for him. I don't know, maybe that would all change in a new organization?

     
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    Why wouldn't it be a "dream job" for the incoming GM?  They've got no place to go but up.  A new GM would need some time, as I believe the Jets are having cap issues, and we all know they got QB issues.  And, if memory serves, I believe they'll have draft issues coming up.  But consider, if they win 8 games next year, it's an improvement - heck, if can go .500 in the division it's a step in the right direction.  They have some decent players coming back, the D hasn't stunk up the joint - so this off-season, they'll need to do what they've needed to do for some time - take the cap hit, suck it up, get a decent QB, stay committed to improving the offense, and understand it may take 2-3  years to dig themselves out of a hole.


    The Jets represent a stark contrast to how good organizations are built, and in this era, on the fly.  The Pats may not have won a SB recently, but they've remained near-constant playoff caliber while rebuilding.  Pretty impressive stuff.

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    All reasonable, except they don't have cap issues. With some very obvious cuts, they will be $20 million under the cap by June 1

    They still won't challenge the Pats, but they will be a playoff contender, not a lock, but contending for the playoffs. 7-10 win team depending on how the injuries and breaks fall

     
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