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    Fire Sparano now before it even starts

    If a guy can't do his job in full he should not be in that position, now he wants to choose HIS guys? Phuck him! The HC chooses who he wants not the O-coordinator, and we are only in this predicament because said O-coordinator needs someone to design half his offense, this is a joke the Jets are turning this into a bigger circus then it needs to be.

    Everyone is killing Rex for not having a clue about offense (me to), but now when he wants to have control he is an idiot? Keeping Cavanaugh would not be good IMO, but letting Sparano pick, and control the offense is exactly the opposite of what most want Rex to do.

    Also Sparano already trying to make a power play just proves what I thought in the first place when he accepted the job, he sees the bigger picture of the Jets wanting a Parcells type disciplinarian if Rex fails, and why not choose the guy who is already here who was hand picked by Parcells himself to be a HC.

    If none of these reports are true disregard the whole PP thing with Sparano, but my original opinion still holds true, fire a guy who can only do half the job he was hired to do, get a REAL OC in here who knows how to run a WHOLE offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lupz27 View Post
    If a guy can't do his job in full he should not be in that position, now he wants to choose HIS guys? Phuck him! The HC chooses who he wants not the O-coordinator, and we are only in this predicament because said O-coordinator needs someone to design half his offense, this is a joke the Jets are turning this into a bigger circus then it needs to be.

    Everyone is killing Rex for not having a clue about offense (me to), but now when he wants to have control he is an idiot? Keeping Cavanaugh would not be good IMO, but letting Sparano pick, and control the offense is exactly the opposite of what most want Rex to do.

    Also Sparano already trying to make a power play just proves what I thought in the first place when he accepted the job, he sees the bigger picture of the Jets wanting a Parcells type disciplinarian if Rex fails, and why not choose the guy who is already here who was hand picked by Parcells himself to be a HC.

    If none of these reports are true disregard the whole PP thing with Sparano, but my original opinion still holds true, fire a guy who can only do half the job he was hired to do, get a REAL OC in here who knows how to run a WHOLE offense.
    this is the dumbest **** i've read all year hands down. Sparano is the OC and he wants his guy as a QB coach especially since it was discussed that they would bring in a passing specialist and didn't...We all know Rex will be extremely involved in defense and less so on offense. That said Sparano should be given a large amount of input into his QB coach, which is undoubtedly why the targeted a former HC to run the offense.

    Fire Sparano now? Gimme a break.

    You know, I'm tired of all the giants crap but Eli sucked after year 3. Sanchez has a less then stellar 3rd season and Jets fans want him gone. Rex has a bad year and Jets fans want him gone. Sparano wants his own QB coach and Jets fans want him gone. Imagine the Giants dumped Eli and Coughlin?

    Jesus.
    Last edited by TurkJetFan; 02-07-2012 at 11:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkJetFan View Post
    this is the dumbest **** i've read all year hands down. Sparano is the OC and he wants his guy as a QB coach especially since it was discussed that they would bring in a passing specialist and didn't...We all know Rex will be extremely involved in defense and less so on offense. That said Sparano should be given a large amount of input into his QB coach, which is undoubtedly why the targeted a former HC to run the offense.

    Fire Sparano now? Gimme a break.

    You know, I'm tired of all the giants crap but Eli sucked after year 3. Sanchez has a less then stellar 3rd season and Jets fans want him gone. Rex has a bad year and Jets fans want him gone. Sparano wants his own QB coach and Jets fans want him gone. Imagine the Giants dumped Eli and Coughlin?

    Jesus.
    I want Sparano gone, because one I never wanted him here in the first place, the last 2 coaches who I want to call my plays are Schotty 1, and dolphin retard, retread Sparano 2.

    How many offensive Coordinators in the NFL need a "passing coordinator"? Never heard of this before until the Jets hired this buffoon.

    I am a big Sanchez supporter, but what would Sparano, and a WR coach posing as a QB coach do to help him? I can't think of 1 god dam thing.

    Let me guess you want Chad Henne, and Ronnie Brown here to right, this whole dolphins north thing has made me more upset then the actual 2011 season did.
    Last edited by Lupz27; 02-07-2012 at 11:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lupz27 View Post
    I want Sparano gone, because one I never wanted him here in the first place the to coaches who I want to call my plays are Schotty 1, and dolphin retard, retread Sparano 2.

    How many offensive Coordinators in the NFL need a "passing coordinator"? Never heard of this before until the Jets hired this buffoon.

    I am a big Sanchez supporter, but what would Sparano, and a WR coach posing as a QB coach do to help him? I can't think of 1 god dam thing.

    Let me guess you want Chad Henne, and Ronnie Brown here to right, this whole dolphins north thing has made me more upset then the actual 2011 season did.
    the only part of the bolded portion that makes sense and i can respond to is you want sparano gone because you never wanted him here. To say you want him gone because you didn't want him to begin with makes no sense and nobody cares. Your trying to say fire Sparano because he wants his own QB coach which is further even more ridiculous.

    There is no major negative to having a passing specialist and it in no way means Sparano isn't capable. The guy was a HC who his players played real hard for and fits with what the Jets are trying to achieve offensively.

    Sparano is Sanchez's OC so can help him in a variety of ways most specifically his confidence however Sparano's main use is his ability to coach up the line and run game. There is more to the offense then our QB, hence why Sparano wants to hand pick a QB coach which is smart on his part.

    And no, I never said anything about Henne or Ronnie Brown. Now you're just exaggerating what I said to try and make your already poor point.

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    No offensive Coordinators give a **** who their QB coach is, the only reason why Sparano cares is because he can't do the whole job, and wants to hire a WR coach to control his passing, but we already filled that coaching vacancy, so you know what I plan on hiding the QB anyway let's just give the WR coach the QB coach title, again neglecting Mark Sanchez's development, which has been neglected from day one with the worst coaching I have ever seen towards 1 player.

    Sanchez might have sucked anyway, but he had no shot here from day one the way they handled him, and they are just handling him worse now by not getting a guy in here to try and straighten him out, Sparano is not a QB guru, and neither is a former WR this is BS. I hope the Jets dump Sanchez, not because I dislike him, but because there is no reason to just keep ruining this kid,mand pay him 15 million a year to drop back count to 2 and dump off to check down as taught what a phucking joke.

    You know I really thought Rex was gonna try a right this offensive ship, but it seems he has gone to a more extreme version of ground and pound, which essentialy all but eliminates the need for a QB, what a shame we waste a #5 overall pick on a potential franchise QB with no intention of ever really needing one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkJetFan View Post
    the only part of the bolded portion that makes sense and i can respond to is you want sparano gone because you never wanted him here. To say you want him gone because you didn't want him to begin with makes no sense and nobody cares. Your trying to say fire Sparano because he wants his own QB coach which is further even more ridiculous.

    There is no major negative to having a passing specialist and it in no way means Sparano isn't capable. The guy was a HC who his players played real hard for and fits with what the Jets are trying to achieve offensively.

    Sparano is Sanchez's OC so can help him in a variety of ways most specifically his confidence however Sparano's main use is his ability to coach up the line and run game. There is more to the offense then our QB, hence why Sparano wants to hand pick a QB coach which is smart on his part.

    And no, I never said anything about Henne or Ronnie Brown. Now you're just exaggerating what I said to try and make your already poor point.
    Supposed to read the last 2 coaches I want calling my plays I edited it.

    No my valid point is Sparano never had full control of an offense (a HC does not, he just oversees, and approves philosophy, and scheme not actually create it outside of a few like Payton, and McCarthy) and he was told what to do in Dallas, and had a passing coordinator to do half his job, which he needs again, which I believe is a joke, and I also find it absurd to want a WR coach to become a QB coach, when everyone agrees Sanchez needs someone here to guide him on how to become a good QB, not a guy to have a title just so he can coordinate the passing game, that to me is absurd.

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