The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

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    Re: The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

    Will Rkarp and Rockscully take a time out and satisfy a bit of curiosity?

    I remember a comment about 6 weeks ago where Rkarp mentioned to Rusty that he was flying in to a small airport in the town Rusty has his office. Rkarp asked Rusty about Hotels and some bars to hang out. Rusty then issues some good info to rkarp etc, Rkarp thanks him. It appears to me that Rkarp was very close to asking Rusty to meet up, or at least implied.

    My question, why did you two decide NOT to meet up? Seemed a logical thing.

     

     

     

     
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    Re: The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

    Rusty didn't you learn your lesson concerning the salary cap after you spent two years warning all of us about the "impending doom that lies ahead from the virtual certainty of an NFL lockout"?

    You remember that one don't you? All the NFL teams (except us) were going to go straight out of business because they "spent foolishly"...the NFL was going to have to close their doors. It was very scary according to you.

    In fact what was supposed to happen is we were going to swoop right in as all these teams unloaded all these big time players and sign them up for bargains and value! The rest of the league was going to stand by envious as we goobled all this talent right up. It was going to mesh perfectly with our ascending defense! It was all part of a master plan. Never happened.

    Teams still came to work everyday...teams were able to retain the players they wanted and we picked up basically cheap garbage during the "blood shedding" off of player cuts. Yup, we ended up with Ocho Cinco, Haynesworth, Gregory, Fenene, Ellis, Gallery, Addai, Gonzalez,  Gaffney, Stallworth, and countless others that did NOTHING to help this team. We had 40 million to spend over two years and we ended up with a cry baby home sick quiting guard and a reciever that most people on this board condsider to be a wimp. We still never spent 14 million of that cap money over these last two years.  Meanwhile the guys that they brought in that actually wanted to be paid just a tad - Gholston and Red Bryant - would of actually helped this ascending D. The 14 million that we didn't spend didn't help us all that much:(

    Please don't discuss the salary cap anymore - it's laughable - stick to what you do best...spell checking.

     
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    Re: The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

    In response to RockScully's comment:

    In response to palookaski's comment:

    Will Rkarp and Rockscully take a time out and satify a bit of curiosity?

    I remember a comment about 6 weeks ago where Rkarp mentioned to Rusty that he was flying in to a small airport in the town Rusty has his office. Rkarp asked Rusty about Hotels and some bars to hang out. Rusty then issues some good info to rkarp etc, Rkarp thanks him. It appears to me that Rkarp was very close to asking to meet up, or at least implied.

    My question, why did you two decide NOT meet up? Seemed a logical thing.

     

     



    I travel at a 90% clip and I wasn't even in town when he was in Chapel Hill.  I actually live in Durham next to Duke, about 15 minutes down Tobacco Road from where he was that week.

    I am sure he's a decent person and I try to help people, but ignorance and a lack of wanting to learn is just not a good trait for people in general. It's creepy that adults behave that way because they can't admit they're wrong.

    His analysis on the Jets is flat out wrong. The odds of what he's proposing to happen are so long, he's wrong.



    Thanks, that makes sense ;)

     
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    Re: The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

    In response to RockScully's comment:

    In response to mthurl's comment:

    Rusty didn't you learn your lesson concerning the salary cap after you spent two years warning all of us about the "impending doom that lies ahead from the virtual certainty of an NFL lockout"?

    You remember that one don't you? All the NFL teams (except us) were going to go straight out of business because they "spent foolishly"...the NFL was going to have to close their doors. It was very scary according to you.

    In fact what was supposed to happen is we were going to swoop right in as all these teams unloaded all these big time players and sign them up for bargains and value! The rest of the league was going to stand by envious as we goobled all this talent right up. It was going to mesh perfectly with our ascending defense! It was all part of a master plan. Never happened.

    Teams still came to work everyday...teams were able to retain the players they wanted and we picked up basically cheap garbage during the "blood shedding" off of player cuts. Yup, we ended up with Ocho Cinco, Haynesworth, Gregory, Fenene, Ellis, Gallery, Addai, Gonzalez,  Gaffney, Stallworth, and countless others that did NOTHING to help this team. We had 40 million to spend over two years and we ended up with a cry baby home sick quiting guard and a reciever that most people on this board condsider to be a wimp. We still never spent 14 million of that cap money over these last two years.  Meanwhile the guys that they brought in that actually wanted to be paid just a tad - Gholston and Red Bryant - would of actually helped this ascending D. The 14 million that we didn't spend didn't help us all that much:(

    Please don't discuss the salary cap anymore - it's laughable - stick to what you do best...spell checking.



    Vernon Gholston is a bust. You're a moron.

    We've been over this. BB chooses to spread out a FA budget over MORE bodies, and you know what? It works! It works!  Carter, Anderson and Waters were outstanding FA pickups last year.  And, he had room for gambles on Ocho and Haynesworth which mean NOTHING to us.

    Those kinds of names, however, were BACKBONE moves by the Jets. 

    You and Rkarp LOST.   You are the only two morons here who think the Jets are well managed and NE isn't. lmao

    HOw does it feel to be considered dumb and arrogant while baking cupcakes on a state payroll?

    PS Red Bryant wanted to stay close to his family.  You're an irrational loser.




    I meant Dashon Goldson - a mistake - although nothing compared to saying we need to trade Brady after the Cardinal's game:)

    Yeah Red Bryant wanted to stay home (aka didn't get a good enough offer). And for all the salary cap talk and how everyone is mis-managing it by spending their wad on big names...it makes me laugh how you can come up with excuses for our defense because they were missing two starters Sunday. I mean, isn't it not supposed to matter so much when we "spread out" that free agent money? Got them good backups you know! Shouldn't be able to feel it going up against the worst team in the NFL...etc, etc.

    Spending 4 million on Ellis is NOT a little gamble - it was reaching because there was nothing better out there. How is that possible with the impending doom that is the virtual cetainty of the looming NFL lockout?? How could there not of been better players out there when all these teams would be blood shedding away all there big ticket mistakes? We were going to swoop right in!!! That's what you said, remember?

    You're a joke and quite frankly I don't think you have a job - anyone that actually has a job couldn't post as many times a day as you. Impossible, unless you're a security guard at the mall. RUSTY MALL COP! RMC! LOL! :)

     
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    Re: The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

    It's the Woody and Rex Circus Show over there!

     
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    Re: The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

    I do not care if the Jets hire 100 GMs, two turtle doves or a partridge in a pear tree. Just as long as they dont actually build a good team.

     
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    Re: The Jets are looking to hire another GM in addition to Tannebaum ???????

    In response to rkarp's comment:

    In response to RockScully's comment:

    June 7, 2012

    "Which teams will be tight? The Jets are $19 million over. The Eagles will have to make some decisions after the season because they are $16 million over, but they can offset it with their carryover from this year. The Panthers are $16 million over. The Cowboys are $15 million over. The Panthers are slightly more than $10 million over and so are the Steelers."

    Warnings were out.  The Jets actually managed to be more dumb than the Cowboys overpaying Romo with their Sanchez extension.

    You just don't get it.



    No, you just don't get it. Please come back and revisit this cap situation on June 1. The Cowboys will have signed Romo, restructures Carr and Ratliff, as well as Austin. Connor and some other will be released and the Cowboys, WITH their $5 mil penalty included will be $10 million UNDER the cap. 




    One thing that I've learned about arguing with Rusty (the cap specialist) is that he will deny any and all of his statements at later dates. So having him come back and admitting he was wrong will not happen...the account that he argued points with you will be long deleted by then.

    I think part of his cap obsession is his desire of wanting to be a business man - kind of a fantasy type thing. Honestly I've never seen someone so brain washed by the whole thing! If I'm an NFL owner I love this guy because he thinks teams can't cut players and sign new ones. According to Rusty every NFL team will not be able to field a team every season! They all will go out of business and be doomed!

    The NFL is the richest sport in America - their is no guaranteed contracts - the NFL slary cap is the most fluid thing in sport history. Teams literally can cut, resign, restructure, trade, IR, practice squad half their team over a single weekend...it almost happens that quickly. Just this summer the Steelers trimmed 30 million in a week to retain some of their younger players. Now Rusty will say "the warning were out people!!" because the Steelers didn't make the playoffs, but that had more to do with them losing their QB to injury than anything else.

    People that  say we should trade Brady after he threw his second pick of the season shouldn't be giving salary cap advice. And people that say Alex Smith (the one who got benched two weeks after he said that) is playing better than Brady need to get their head examined. And to think this is the same guy who blamed Brady for Ocho's failure here...

     
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