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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
    I've never seen a HC laugh at the opposing team's HC for calling a TO when his own team failed on the play. So unprofessional

    But the JETS (and Rex) got lucky, won, so all will be forgotten.

    Do you think Rex Ryan will learn from it?

    Rex could (should) have:

    1) Stayed poised and coached the player, who got beat on the line, during the TO, so it doesn't happen again.

    2) Stayed poised and discuss with Westoff what happened on the play to put the player who got beat in a better position to succeed.


    Guess it wasnt that important......

    Guess it was just easier to laugh....
    If nobody else is with you on this I am. I watched a professionally run organization on Thursday night (NY Giants) and week in and week out I watch my team act like the press says 'A Three Ring Circus".

    We deserve all the criticism we get. I did not see Rex do this (I will watch the replay), if you are correct your viewpoint will be mine also.

    I have worked for non-professional companies and professional companies and hands down the professionally run ones are ALWAYS and CLEARLY the most successful. Your description of Rex's reaction clearly falls under the un-professional column.

    As long as that type of culture continues in this organization the SB will never be within reach. Parcells would have never done that as our HC. He was a true professional in all sense of the word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCCH View Post
    I'm a Rex fan -- I really believe he bleeds green. But even I agree his coaching has been subpar this year, and his leash deserves to be shortened if he doesn't straighten things out.

    But then let's keep the conversation focused on tangible miscues (clock management, play-calling, etc). Hanging your hat on an ill-timed chuckle makes the argument somewhat foolish . . .
    shorten his leash? WHO. he is not sub par this year...this is who he is and is An average HC , below average personnel guy. BUT he is better than Tanny and Woody so who exactly will shorten his leash. It's pretty short already because he knows only defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
    Typical "homer" response. Just like Rex, deflect the criticism to something that has nothing to do with the specific play in question.

    Cheering for his team that succeeded on a play is fine. I am not questioning that.

    But it has NOTHING to do with coaching on the last play of OT with the game on the line.

    With the game on the line, Rex decided it was appropriate to laugh at the opposing coach instead of coach his own player but somehow criticizing this wrong?

    Rex promised that he would get better as a HC.

    Is this what he meant?

    Laughing at the opposing coach instead of coaching his own player who failed on any play, let alone for a game winning FG attempt is worth questioning.
    How do you know what he was laughing at, Trollpernicus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iahawkeyejet View Post
    You are on a roll today Copernicus. Rex is unprofessional because he was laughing on the sideline during a timeout. Revis deserved to tear his ACL because he was at a bar watching last week's game.

    Weak, weak sauce.
    Never said Revis deserved to get injured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
    Right, because we should be satisfied with the coaching job that the HC did today in preparing for arguably the worst team in the NFL.

    I think its worth discussing

    Like many on this board, I invest time, energy, and money in this team and I want a leader who does everything in his power to put his players in the best position to succeed

    Sorry, but I'd like to see my team get to the SB once in my life after 40 plus years.

    If it means criticizing the HC for not taking the team as serious as I think he should than so be it

    The "Worst team in the NFL" looked pretty good last week vs the Raiders who beat the Steelers, who kicked our ass... Where do you come up with Miami being the worst team in the NFL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinniekt View Post
    If nobody else is with you on this I am. I watched a professionally run organization on Thursday night (NY Giants) and week in and week out I watch my team act like the press says 'A Three Ring Circus".

    We deserve all the criticism we get. I did not see Rex do this (I will watch the replay), if you are correct your viewpoint will be mine also.

    I have worked for non-professional companies and professional companies and hands down the professionally run ones are ALWAYS and CLEARLY the most successful. Your description of Rex's reaction clearly falls under the un-professional column.

    As long as that type of culture continues in this organization the SB will never be within reach. Parcells would have never done that as our HC. He was a true professional in all sense of the word.
    I agree as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
    Typical "homer" response. Just like Rex, deflect the criticism to something that has nothing to do with the specific play in question.

    Cheering for his team that succeeded on a play is fine. I am not questioning that.

    But it has NOTHING to do with coaching on the last play of OT with the game on the line.

    With the game on the line, Rex decided it was appropriate to laugh at the opposing coach instead of coach his own player but somehow criticizing this wrong?

    Rex promised that he would get better as a HC.

    Is this what he meant?

    Laughing at the opposing coach instead of coaching his own player who failed on any play, let alone for a game winning FG attempt is worth questioning.
    How the **** do you know what he was laughing about anyway? Were you standing right next to him. It's not as if the camera was on him the entire time through the ordeal. The laugh on camera was simultaneous to when the TO was announced.

    For christ sake, I can't believe I'm even dissecting a laugh on the sideline by a HC, it's just and absolutely ridiculous subject.
    Last edited by HawkeyeJet; 09-23-2012 at 09:59 PM.

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    IS any mod around to lock this abortion?

    The premise of it is just ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
    I've never seen a HC laugh at the opposing team's HC for calling a TO when his own team failed on the play. So unprofessional

    But the JETS (and Rex) got lucky, won, so all will be forgotten.

    Do you think Rex Ryan will learn from it?

    Rex could (should) have:

    1) Stayed poised and coached the player, who got beat on the line, during the TO, so it doesn't happen again.

    2) Stayed poised and discuss with Westoff what happened on the play to put the player who got beat in a better position to succeed.


    Guess it wasnt that important......

    Guess it was just easier to laugh....
    you've become unbearably self-righteous.

    we get it...you hate this team.

    now, please, give it rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
    Never said Revis deserved to get injured.
    To refresh your memory, here is your response from another one of the Revis threads. Sure sounds like he "made his own break" in your opinion.


    When you do things right, each and every day, you make your own breaks.

    Parcells used to say this all the time. From pre season games, to practices, to rehabbing injuries. You do everything like a winner and success will follow

    Where did Revis rehab his concussion last week?

    Good riddance

    Sick of his act

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    IS any mod around to lock this abortion?

    The premise of it is just ridiculous.
    Ruby for MOD!!!!


















































    Maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETSGOJETS View Post
    The "Worst team in the NFL" looked pretty good last week vs the Raiders who beat the Steelers, who kicked our ass... Where do you come up with Miami being the worst team in the NFL?
    Can you even name a dolphin wr? With Bush out of the game and a Raw rookie QB against an Rex ryan defense. It takes an act of god to win the game? No Ryans Jets are in trouble

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    Quote Originally Posted by iahawkeyejet View Post
    How the **** do you know what he was laughing about anyway? Were you standing right next to him. It's not as if the camera was on him the entire time through the ordeal. The laugh on camera was simultaneous to when the TO was announced.

    For christ sake, I can't believe I'm even disceting a laugh on the sideline by a HC, it's just and absolutely ridiculous subject.
    For you and any poster who does not believe that Rex was laughing at the expense of the Dolphins HC bc he called a TO when his own player made a play while Rex' player failed is so far gone it is nt even worth discussing.

    I have observed successful coaches my whole life. Ones I've played for and others I've observed. Laughing at opposing coaches misfortune, at any level, has never been in the make up of championship coaches.

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    so in this thread a few are glad revis got hurt? and a few want rex fired for laughing at the dolphins timeout call? im trying to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by auctionking View Post
    Can you even name a dolphin wr? With Bush out of the game and a Raw rookie QB against an Rex ryan defense. It takes an act of god to win the game? No Ryans Jets are in trouble
    how do you explain the Raider win vs the Steelers? If the Steelers were in NY, you all would be asking for Tomlin to be fired, and Ben to be benched! Its hillarious to watch you New Yorkers at work

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    Quote Originally Posted by iahawkeyejet View Post
    To refresh your memory, here is your response from another one of the Revis threads. Sure sounds like he "made his own break" in your opinion.


    When you do things right, each and every day, you make your own breaks.

    Parcells used to say this all the time. From pre season games, to practices, to rehabbing injuries. You do everything like a winner and success will follow

    Where did Revis rehab his concussion last week?

    Good riddance

    Sick of his act
    When you do things the right way, you make your own breaks in a positive way, by winning. When you do things unprofessionally, mst of the time you come up short. The JETS got lucky today and should have come up short.

    The Rex Ryan JETS played undisciplined today. There star player acted in an undisciplined way by drinking in public while nursing a concussion. It was a slap in the face to every player on the JETS that does everything to win. Revis' HC followed up this poor choice by doing nothing. The JETS, for all intent purposes, should have lost today. That was my point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus View Post
    When you do things the right way, you make your own breaks in a positive way, by winning. When you do things unprofessionally, mst of the time you come up short. The JETS got lucky today and should have come up short.

    The Rex Ryan JETS played undisciplined today. There star player acted in an undisciplined way by drinking in public while nursing a concussion. It was a slap in the face to every player on the JETS that does everything to win. Revis' HC followed up this poor choice by doing nothing. The JETS, for all intent purposes, should have lost today. That was my point.
    i still havent seen one picture of revis drinking last week. can you provide us all with proof that he was in fact actually drinking? please do, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETSGOJETS View Post
    how do you explain the Raider win vs the Steelers? If the Steelers were in NY, you all would be asking for Tomlin to be fired, and Ben to be benched! Its hillarious to watch you New Yorkers at work
    So short sighted. Thought you were better than this. The Steelers played great today and lost in a nail biter. Hard fought till the end. The JETS looked clueless two weeks in a row in every asset of the game, defense, offense, and STs. Their HC laughed at an opposing head coach's misfortune on a play that should of lead to the JETS losing.

    But I get it, its the same........

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETSGOJETS View Post
    There was nothing wrong with laughing there.. If you watch the kick again, the whistles blew WAY before the kicker kicked the ball which contributed to Folk's bad kick.. If I were Folk, I would kick it bad on purpose after hearing whistles



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