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    Thank You Tom Moore

    We've had the 2nd best red zone offense in the NFL this year. That was what Moore was specifically brought in to work on, and the results have been great. If we weren't so good in the red zone, we'd be 4-7 right now.

    I know we signed Plax, but I have little faith that he would have been used properly if Schotty had been left to his own devices.

    Maybe this shows that Schotty isn't a terrible play caller, but has a poorly designed offense. He's still calling the plays in the red zone, but Moore helped him design it.

    If Schotty's not going anywhere, maybe we could have Moore spend the offseason with Schotty (and maybe Sanchez too), reworking the rest of the offense.

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    [QUOTE=JB1089;4257893]We've had the 2nd best red zone offense in the NFL this year. That was what Moore was specifically brought in to work on, and the results have been great. If we weren't so good in the red zone, we'd be 4-7 right now.

    I know we signed Plax, but I have little faith that he would have been used properly if Schotty had been left to his own devices.

    Maybe this shows that Schotty isn't a terrible play caller, but has a poorly designed offense. He's still calling the plays in the red zone, but Moore helped him design it.

    [B]If Schotty's not going anywhere, maybe we could have Moore spend the offseason with Schotty (and maybe Sanchez too), reworking the rest of the offense.[/B][/QUOTE]

    In theory that might work, but if schotty is too stubborn to adjust in game, what makes you think he would adjust his stupid ass system?

    And for the record Schotty is not a good playcaller either. He has some bright spots but he's a dud overall....

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    [QUOTE=carlito1171;4257916]In theory that might work, but if schotty is too stubborn to adjust in game, what makes you think he would adjust his stupid ass system?

    [B]And for the record Schotty is not a good playcaller either. He has some bright spots but he's a dud overall....[/B][/QUOTE]

    I don't think he's good either, just throwing a thought out there.

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    Plax has definitley been a factor in our improved redzone numbers as well.

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    ... if only cumberland had been able to stay healthy ... would have loved to see moore work those 2 tight end routes in there with both te's being receiving threats ...





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    Moore + Burress have completely revamped our red zone offense.

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    RIP Gary Moore

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    Now if only he could start working on getting there more often...

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    Rex had to tell schotty to stop throwing it all over the place and run the ball.
    Moore had to come in and teach him how to run red zones plays.

    What is it that schotty is actually good at and can do on his own?

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    I'm hoping that Shottenheimer is under consideration for the Jaguars job!
    Think about it, who else would go there that has his experience?

    You have a guy that was OC on a team with a young QB going to AFCCG two years in a row. The QB is now 4th in TDs in AFC.

    Jags have Gabbert, young QB, needs tutoring.

    I really don't think this is totally out of the question. Rex will endorse this guys resume like he does with everyone else that SUCKS in this organization.

    It's time Brian stops hiding behind Rex & goes & gets himself a head coaching job.

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    [QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;4258085]Rex had to tell schotty to stop throwing it all over the place and run the ball.
    Moore had to come in and teach him how to run red zones plays.

    What is it that schotty is actually good at and can do on his own?[/QUOTE]

    Us fans would never understand, Woody and Tanny are all knowing beings who understand Schotty's true worth and saw fit to give him an extension :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=jetstream23;4257978]RIP Gary Moore[/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://ivegotasecretonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/igas_tvg-1960-01-30-garry-moore.jpg[/IMG]


    He will be misssed:(

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    [QUOTE=carlito1171;4257916]In theory that might work, but if schotty is too stubborn to adjust in game, what makes you think he would adjust his stupid ass system?

    And for the record Schotty is not a good playcaller either. He has some bright spots but he's a dud overall....[/QUOTE]
    Martyball 2.1 has been a drive killer for the Jets. Wish the front office would just hand the entire Offense to Moore

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    [QUOTE=FijiJet;4258680]Martyball 2.1 has been a drive killer for the Jets. Wish the front office would just hand the entire Offense to Moore[/QUOTE]

    doubt he'd want to put in the hours.

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    some of the comments are unbelivable. tom moore is responsible for the red zone success change. schitty is still schitty and couldn't get this aspect of the job right even with edwards and cotchery. he certainly wouldn't get it right this season after losing cotch and gaining plax. and edwards was every bit as good of a red zone receiver as plax.

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    Do we really know what Tom Moore has done to improve this? Plax's presence has had an obvious impact, but I have absolutely no idea why Tom Moore specifically deserves credit for the improved Red Zone Play.

    Googling says that they initially wanted to talk about the red zone when they brought him in ([url]http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/story/_/id/6851399/tom-moore-bringing-50-plus-years-nfl-experience-new-york-jets-season[/url]) but decided to bring him in on a larger capacity. I don't think his specific area of work on the offense is the Red Zone.

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