Finally here is proof that the offensive players DO NOT believe in Shotty playcalling. Here is the article on ESPN after the win against the Steelers. The aticle is to long so I just inserted the part relevant to this post:
[SIZE="4"][FONT="Arial Narrow"]Jets receiver Jerricho Cotchery marveled at the offense Sunday. He said he and right guard Brandon Moore at one point locked eyes in the huddle, amazed at the calls Schottenheimer was making and the personnel packages he was inserting. There was a palpable rhythm to the offense, Cotchery noted.
"It was the 'Six and Schotty Show,' " Cotchery said. Sanchez wears No. 6. [/FONT][/SIZE][/I]
So fellow Jets fans, you know if the players are wondering what the HELL is Shotty calling, u know its evident
[QUOTE=SoFlaJets;3873033]and what amazes me is all the accolades being thrown Schottenheimer's way after only managing ONE FRIGGING OFFENSIVE TD[/QUOTE]
You think we won that game because our D couldn't get off the field all game?
We didn't turn the ball over, we got field position back in our favor all game long. We scored in the redzone. The O did enough to win on the road against a very tough Defensive team in tough conditions.
What amazes me is after a legit win against a good team so much of our fan base is agenda driven.
Last edited by Winstonbiggs; 12-20-2010 at 09:18 AM.
[QUOTE=OrangeJet;3873064]13. Def/ST had 9.[/QUOTE]
Good point. The idea that somehow the jets offense is out of the woods and that the jets are "back on track!" is a perfectly reasonable talking point for REX to bring up -- especially his defense of a young, emotionally fragile QB -- and it really was a MASSIVE victory for the jets. But the idea that all is well in the land of offense is just plain silly. And I really think the jets should be a bigger threat with the ball. You guys have a LOT of weapons. Maybe you hit stride in time for the post-season, though.
What amazes me is after a legit win against a good team so much of our fan base is agenda driven.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=sourceworx;3873122]We're SOJF's. We should be happy after every win, even if the team looks like sh*t doing it.
Sunshine, rainbows and unicorns. All is well in Jetland :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]
I'm convinced there are Jets fans that never want to actually see this team go to the next level. They'd be eternally happy with 8-10 wins and early playoff exits. Just so they can continue to complain about it.
[QUOTE=JetPotato;3873133]I'm convinced there are Jets fans that never want to actually see this team go to the next level. They'd be eternally happy with 8-10 wins and early playoff exits. Just so they can continue to complain about it.[/QUOTE]
Wrong. Jets fans want and deserve a team like the one Rex promised this team would be. And so far the team hasn't lived up to expectations - his or ours. After 40+ years we have earned the right to expect the team to be consistently good, since we've been consistently bad for many, many years. See the difference?