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    [QUOTE=Untouchable;4309422]With Norv staying in SD, I'd go with either McDaniels or Todd Haley.

    Two younger guys who know how to run an effective offense, won't take any sh*t, and will hold guys accountable.[/QUOTE]
    Todd Haley wouldn't be a bad idea either

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    [QUOTE=Fishooked;4309466]No, I would elevate Mulligan to O-Line coach first. Its a process.[/QUOTE]

    And then we need a new QB to compete with Mark in camp.

    [IMG]http://images.opentip.com/thumbs/MAS/MAS-02046_280_280.jpg[/IMG]

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    1.) Great arm
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    3.) Not a locker room cancer

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    1.) Not mobile in the pocket
    2.) Not good in the shotgun position
    3.) Has trouble getting back to his feet after a sack

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    No chance Todd Clements would take the job, right?

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4309423]The one and only.

    He got all those false start penalties because he is eager to be a coach in the league.[/QUOTE]

    Nice to see someone with a sense of humor around here!

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    [QUOTE=jpoppy7;4309421]Pats offense is completely different now with the TEs the focus, than it was in McDaniels' day in 2007 and 2008.

    I think McDaniels is a good OC, notwithstanding the Rams suckitude this past year. But I doubt he's the right fit for Rex, McDaniels wants a pass-heavy offense.[/QUOTE]


    I agree. If anything, the 2011 Patriots offense is actually closer to the Saints offense in design,concept, and schemes.

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    [QUOTE=Bay Ridge Jet;4309478]No chance Todd Clements would take the job, right?[/QUOTE]

    Does he even have playcalling experience?

    I can't help but to compare Clements to Schitty. Two young guys highly touted for working with young QB's (Schitty - Brees & Rivers...Clements - Rodgers & Flynn) but has no prior experience actually calling the shots on offense.

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    [QUOTE=jpoppy7;4309421]Pats offense is completely different now with the TEs the focus, than it was in McDaniels' day in 2007 and 2008.

    I think McDaniels is a good OC, notwithstanding the Rams suckitude this past year. But I doubt he's the right fit for Rex, McDaniels wants a pass-heavy offense.[/QUOTE]Rex better wake up... this is pass oriented league. Look at the top seeds in the NFC and 1 of the 2 in the AFC. All have pass oriented - not pass happy - offenses that can score virtually at will. The contact rules favor receivers - you cant touch a QB without a 15 yard RTP penalty. The kick off rules favor starting field position at at least the 20 yard line.

    HD Television and Replay have made ground and pound boring to watch. Who wants to watch a running play from 123 different angles when you can watch diving receptions.

    WAKE UP JETS.... Ground and pound is DEAD! Or said a different way... If you took the Jets offense from the O'Brien years with today's rules... The Jets are a deep playoff team.

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    [QUOTE=Bay Ridge Jet;4309478]No chance Todd Clements would take the job, right?[/QUOTE]

    It looks like he will take the Penn State job. I think he is their leading candidate and they should be making a decision very soon.

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    [QUOTE=Untouchable;4309501]Does he even have playcalling experience?

    I can't help but to compare Clements to Schitty. Two young guys highly touted for working with young QB's (Schitty - Brees & Rivers...Clements - Rodgers & Flynn) but has no prior experience actually calling the shots on offense.[/QUOTE]

    Schitty has 6 years of play calling experience....what good has that done him?

    And I wouldn't say he developed Rivers.....Rivers didn't become the starter until after Schitty left.

    As for Brees...under Schitty's tutelage Brees had one good year, 2004...hell in 2003 under Schitty's watch, Brees got benched for Doug Flutie :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=leftturn3;4309430]Enough with the negitive waves.....[/QUOTE]

    I'm one of the most positive people on this board. I'm speaking the truth, [B]Schotty is not going anywhere[/B].

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    if mcdaniels brings orton with him, then I'm all for it. make suckchez earn the job. no more babying him!!

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    [QUOTE=Guitarjet;4309511]Rex better wake up... this is pass oriented league. Look at the top seeds in the NFC and 1 of the 2 in the AFC. All have pass oriented - not pass happy - offenses that can score virtually at will. The contact rules favor receivers - you cant touch a QB without a 15 yard RTP penalty. The kick off rules favor starting field position at at least the 20 yard line.

    HD Television and Replay have made ground and pound boring to watch. Who wants to watch a running play from 123 different angles when you can watch diving receptions.

    WAKE UP JETS.... Ground and pound is DEAD! Or said a different way... If you took the Jets offense from the O'Brien years with today's rules... The Jets are a deep playoff team.[/QUOTE]

    You need a quality QB to pass the ball.

    I'm sure if the Jets had a quality QB they would have an open passing attack.

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    [QUOTE=jetstream23;4309453][B][SIZE="5"][I]"Here I come to save the daaaaay!"[/I][/SIZE][/B]



    [IMG]http://www.jetsinsider.com/forums/gallery/files/3/2/0/1/ror_chiefs_dec2011114.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

    I'm scared ........... :eek:

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    [QUOTE=Dimitri_0515;4309593]I'm one of the most positive people on this board. I'm speaking the truth, [B]Schotty is not going anywhere[/B].[/QUOTE]

    He hasn't been going anywhere for 6 years. Time for him to take a NEW trip :yes:

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    [QUOTE=Dimitri_0515;4309593]I'm one of the most positive people on this board. I'm speaking the truth, [B]Schotty is not going anywhere[/B].[/QUOTE]

    I find it hard to believe that Schotty and Holmes will both be back. Who is easier to get rid of from a financial standpoint?

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    [QUOTE=jetlifer;4309690]I find it hard to believe that Schotty and Holmes will both be back. Who is easier to get rid of from a financial standpoint?[/QUOTE]

    Schotty has zero Salary Cap implications. Holmes just signed a big deal.

    I'd like to see the Jets dump Schotty and hire Mike Sherman as OC, maybe Mike Martz.

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    [QUOTE=Untouchable;4309501]Does he even have playcalling experience?

    I can't help but to compare Clements to Schitty. Two young guys highly touted for working with young QB's (Schitty - Brees & Rivers...Clements - Rodgers & Flynn) but has no prior experience actually calling the shots on offense.[/QUOTE]

    He was the Bills Offensive Coordinator in 2004 and 2005. They ranked 25th and 28th in total offense those seasons. No thanks

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    [QUOTE=Jetsfootballguy;4309443]McDaniels just conducted the worst offense in the league. The Rams scored the 3rd fewest points of any team in the last 10 years.

    If you preside over an offense that makes Jacksonville's look functional, you are not a good candidate. Even Schottenheimer would have made the Rams offense look better this season.[/QUOTE]

    And that was with the number one draft pick at QB. Granted he had few weapons to throw to, but shouldn't McDaniels have done something about it?
    And he is the guy who thought Tim Tebow was worth a first round pick. That is not the kind of judgement I would want around my team.

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    Mc Daniels will be the OC at KC after they name Romeo Crennel permanent HC. They are reassembling the entire staff with former Parcells/Belli assistants.

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    [QUOTE=kennyo7;4309725]Mc Daniels will be the OC at KC after they name Romeo Crennel permanent HC. They are reassembling the entire staff with former Parcells/Belli assistants.[/QUOTE]

    THIS...or he returns to the Pats. He left under good circumstances and was highly thought of by Bill, Brady and Kraft.

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