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    Pettine Discussing The Defense

    After today's OTA here's the link:

    [url]http://www.newyorkjets.com/[/url]

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    How many times did he mentioned the name Ricky Sapp

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    Players he mentioned as standing out are:

    Bart Scott
    Kenrick Ellis
    Muhammad Wilkerson
    Ricky Sapp

    In addition the team speed is significantly increased and the LB's are going
    to be used in coverage of TE's

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    [QUOTE=KRL;4479907]
    In addition the team speed is significantly increased and the LB's are going
    to be used in coverage of TE's[/QUOTE]

    Bart Scott, David Harris, Calvin Pace, and Bryan Thomas may have lost weight but they are not going to be able to cover most TEs.

    Demario Davis, Laron Landry, and Yeremiah Bell are going to have to do it.

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    Pretty good interview.

    Seems like they are going out of their way to sooth Bart Scott.

    Find his quote in the beginning interesting. When referring to new CBA rules he said that they have gone from one extreme to the other and hinted that they might revisit the issue after this season. I agree with him.

    I think Demario Davis could be our Navorro Bowman.

    Not sure how I feel about Scott losing "20 pounds". Seems like a lot to me. One of his main jobs was taking on blocks for Harris. But Pettine says they are putting more of an emphasis on movement rather than strength.

    I like how he downplayed the statistics. I agree with him that "total defense" is overrated and that points allowed is more important.

    I think this guy would make a good HC. I like his demeanor.

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    It's a damn shame good threads like this get little attention and discussion dialogue on this board, and the board trolls and sycophants would rather fall over themselves spewing their agenda in the BS threads instead.

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    Absolutely bro. Absolutely.

    This forum has really slipped in standards because of the flagrant trolling and baiting that's allowed to flourish here. It's quite sad.

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    Excellent interview.

    What I am also so impressed with is the positive impact coach Sparano is having on the entire team. Related to that was th statement by Pettine which indicated that the defense has to be "prepared" and ready to go this year in practice. That was a telling statement to me.

    Coach Pettine also put the Tebow situation into wonderful prespective. Comming from him the whole thing made total sense.

    Finally did everyone notice about what he said about Joe Mcknight. "Break Out" year....Nice
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    he did predict a breakout year for Mcknight.. Im offciailly pumped for this season.

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    Jets have been focused this offseason. More so than any other under Rex, IMO. People can laugh all they want at Tebow, Rex, etc., but the demeanor of the team is very positive, and very focused.

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    [QUOTE=John_0515;4480027]Jets have been focused this offseason. More so than any other under Rex, IMO. People can laugh all they want at Tebow, Rex, etc., but the demeanor of the team is very positive, and very focused.[/QUOTE]

    Excellent points.

    I would use the term professional.

    The Jets look very professioanl or "business like" in their approach this year so far and it is exciting to see. If we keep this up we could be a very good team this year. Very good.
    Last edited by Charlie Brown; 05-30-2012 at 07:23 AM.

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    [QUOTE=John_0515;4480027]Jets have been focused this offseason. More so than any other under Rex, IMO. People can laugh all they want at Tebow, Rex, etc., but the demeanor of the team is very positive, and very focused.[/QUOTE]

    And I bet you the tebow homers will say it's because of tebow and not because the team has a chip on their shoulders...rather than a target on their backs like the last few years. Love the positive news.

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    [QUOTE=Ray Ray19;4480006]It's a damn shame good threads like this get little attention and discussion dialogue on this board, and the board trolls and sycophants would rather fall over themselves spewing their agenda in the BS threads instead.[/QUOTE]

    The whining only adds to it.

    The age old question. What is worse? Whining or whining about whining?

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    [QUOTE=IX 7 III;4480035]And I bet you the tebow homers will say it's because of tebow and not because the team has a chip on their shoulders...rather than a target on their backs like the last few years. Love the positive news.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2[/QUOTE]

    As CB said above, "professional". Turning down Hard Knocks is a pretty good indicator as to the approach of the team. You can't turn off Rex completely, but he's been pretty good this off season. Sanchez seems pissed off and focused. Tebow is Tebow. The addition of speed. Tweaking the defensive scheme (like the Patriots tweak the offensive scheme).

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    [QUOTE=DDNYjets;4480040]The whining only adds to it.

    The age old question. What is worse? Whining or whining about whining?[/QUOTE]

    People can't handle it when you call them out. They want to ***** and complain and think their opinions are facts.

    That's my opinion, by the way.

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    [QUOTE=DDNYjets;4480040]The whining only adds to it.

    The age old question. What is worse? Whining or whining about whining?[/QUOTE]

    Whining about the whining of the whiners! :yes:

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    [QUOTE=Ray Ray19;4480049]Whining about the whining of the whiners! :yes:[/QUOTE]

    Whining about whining about the whining of the whiners.

    BTW, nobody sees what is going on here.

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    +1

    For anyone that wants REAL football insight about the team they need to
    check out Pettine's interview. Very insightful

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    [QUOTE=KRL;4480071]+1

    For anyone that wants REAL football insight about the team they need to
    check out Pettine's interview. Very insightful[/QUOTE]

    Thnak you for putting the thread back on topic.

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