Please he's just another media member at this point. And most of these guys haven't a clue.
I didnt have the strength to post a response.
Why people posting out here keep insisting that they know more than every former player or coach to have actaully played in the NFL is beyond me.
Are analysts always correct? Of course not, only God is always correct!!
But to act like analysts should all be treated like idiots is a position that makes absolutely no sense to me!!!!
It's funny how you attack me and try to twist my words to make your point. But what I have said is still valid. You can go to Ray Lucas, Todd McShay, or Mel Kiper and sure, they know a lot more about football than I do. And sure they watch to everyday. But how many times have these guys been wrong about who's going to be a good player. I think what all us can agree on is that none of these guys really know if college players are going to pan out in the NFL and they seem to be more wrong than right.
But hey, you're going to believe what your told by the guy on the TV and never question it.
I don't care for baseball or Lebron James so this is the most interesting televised sports show for me now. :P
Forgot what this topic was about about 10 times reading through all that
where was all this very good personnel that rex started with? seems to me he took mangini's patsie clone players on defense and turned them from middling to top 10. they haven't been real set on offence except for sanchez, dbrick, mangold, keller and moore. every other position is a revolving door. so i'm not quite sure if you can pin this all on rex.
The Jets were not ill-prepared against the Colts. If you recall, they jumped out to an early lead, only to be unable to stop a comeback by an all-time great QB vs. an undermanned secondary. (To Tannenbaum's credit, he did address this deficiency later with the acquisitions of Cromartie and Wilson to go with Revis.)
The Jets did come out flat against the Steelers, and I can't argue with you for holding Rex responsible for that. That they fought back from a 23-point deficit and almost pulled the game out Is not insignificant, though.
Ray Lucas holds the unenviable distinction of worst single game quarterback performance by any Dolphin. On October 20, 2002, in one game against the Buffalo Bills, Lucas was responsible for 6 turnovers: 4 interceptions and 2 fumbles. He completed only 13 passes to Dolphin receivers. The player that caught the most passes from Lucas was Buffalo Cornerback Nate Clements