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Thread: We Lost This Game Because Rex Ryan's Strategy Doesn't Work, Not Mark Sanchez

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Worse.

    He's ruining my football team and scapegoating the best quarterback we've had since Joe Namath.

    SAR I
    Sar, I agree that Sanchez is not the reason why the Jets are a .500 at best.
    But the fault doesn’t rest only with Rex. I’m sure there are a few... let’s call them “football-minded” GM’s who would like to have Rex as their head coach.(a few, not many i’m sure)
    But no “fooball minded” GM would have gone along with everything REX wanted to see done with this team.
    Tanny has always been the problem in my mind, but Woody won’t fire him because he makes him money.
    Your team, (My team as well) is ruined because football victories seem secondary, it’s the bottom line that counts first.
    The aquisition of Tebow is the icing on the cake. They’d rather put doubts in Sanchez’ mind by sending him a mixed message such as Tebow, than address the glaring holes on our offense.
    i can’t wait for the day that Tanny axed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Rex is doing a good job with what he has to work with. Revis goes down, D hasn't missed a beat. We've gotten great contributions from our young WRs. What Rex cannot overcome is a turnover prone QB that ranges from great to horrible, often within a quarter.

    We traded up to #5 in the draft to get a franchise QB that could torch bad pass Ds. Instead, we got a QB that can put up numbers on a bad pass D, but still makes enough mistakes to the point where the decent numbers don't even matter. You're OK with mediocre QB play, you've made that well known. Some of us, however, are not.
    Not sure which games you were watching with the "great contributions from our young WR's" comment. It only applies to Kerley.

    Kerley- You are correct.
    S. Hill- Atrocious to date.
    Schilens- Atrocious to date.
    J. Hill- Rarely ever even plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetglass View Post
    Not sure which games you were watching with the "great contributions from our young WR's" comment. It only applies to Kerley.

    Kerley- You are correct.
    S. Hill- Atrocious to date.
    Schilens- Atrocious to date.
    J. Hill- Rarely ever even plays.
    Hill scored 2 TDs in his first career game. Added another last week. Putting up nice numbers for a 2nd round rookie WR who came from an option offense. Of course he has had issues with drops, but it's not like he leads the NFL in them. All I heard when we signed Schilens was about how good this guy had looked when he could stay healthy. Well he's been healthy. Maybe the QB he's playing with has something to do with it? J. Hill is just a body but made a nice TD grab last week. Keller is back and will be used at WR too.

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    Stephen Hill was thrown straight into the fire so anyone with a brain should realize we will have to go through his growing pains as a Jet player.

    I'm sure we'll see a vast improvement next season as he works himself into the WR we all know he can become.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post
    Stephen Hill was thrown straight into the fire so anyone with a brain should realize we will have to go through his growing pains as a Jet player.

    I'm sure we'll see a vast improvement next season as he works himself into the WR we all know he can become.
    +1.

    He is 21 years old. He went to college in a run offense.

    Now hes starting on a nationally televised game that the majority of america watched yesterday and made only 1 mistake all day.

    And he was destroyed afterwards. It bothered him so much. There was no Santonio attitude, no diva, nada.

    This kid could be real good by year 3. I think he always will have some drops but he his upside is gigantic. He has alittle T.O. in him on the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KR View Post
    +1.

    He is 21 years old. He went to college in a run offense.

    Now hes starting on a nationally televised game that the majority of america watched yesterday and made only 1 mistake all day.

    And he was destroyed afterwards. It bothered him so much. There was no Santonio attitude, no diva, nada.

    This kid could be real good by year 3. I think he always will have some drops but he his upside is gigantic. He has alittle T.O. in him on the field.
    Only question remaining is who would be the QB by Year 3 of his development.

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    Thinking about it, there was really Rex could have done differently that I can think of. And even if he did, it still might not have work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    Thinking about it, there was really Rex could have done differently that I can think of. And even if he did, it still might not have work.
    LOL...of course you cant. You freak out when people question the coaches or GM. If you cant see what could have been done differently then you should stop watching football. Are you serious or just trolling now???

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    LOL...of course you cant. You freak out when people question the coaches or GM. If you cant see what could have been done differently then you should stop watching football. Are you serious or just trolling now???
    The reason is because a coach can do something stupid and it works or they call the right play and it doesn't work. In fact there is no such thing as the right play or decision. It either works or it doesn't. And that comes down to the players.

    And for the record, I have said that Tanny is on the hot seat this year and that if the team quits on Rex, he should go too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    The reason is because a coach can do something stupid and it works or they call the right play and it doesn't work. In fact there is no such thing as the right play or decision. It either works or it doesn't. And that comes down to the players.

    And for the record, I have said that Tanny is on the hot seat this year and that if the team quits on Rex, he should go too.
    LOL....ok. Have fun with your moral victory.

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    Jets lost from self inflicted wounds. You can't have that many errors against a good team let alone a road game.

    This lose can either make the Jets better or worse. We shall see Sunday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    you noted above that sanchez can't pull out victories. well, what about the defense? either the offense or defense has to be able to do it, or the team won't win. would you rather have sanchez lead the team downfield, or have the defense try to stop brady?
    I'll take a win any way we can get it, defense, offense, special teams, I don't care. If I was forced under pressure of death to choose one I guess I'd say offense. My point was that even with all his warts and inexperience, two years ago Mark was clutch and pulled out wins from nowhere. Now he can't seem to do even that. I blame the coaching.

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    The defense had the best showing of the entire 2012 season yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    The defense had the best showing of the entire 2012 season yesterday.
    No question about it.

    But they're the reason we lost, not Mark Sanchez.

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    Rex Ryan is careless with the football?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetinHuntersville View Post
    Are you kidding? Sanchez not executing and one boneheaded call at the goal line caused this. I want Sanchez to succeed and always have, but it is becoming very clear he dose not see the field.

    On the interception at the goal line, he was probably almost 3 seconds late throwing that. If he throws it anywhere nearly on time it is an easy catch and run for a TD while the receiver is wide open. He, of course is severely late and can;t even reach the WR by the time he throws it.

    On the sack that almost killed their chance to foce OT, what the hell is he thiking. I know PopWarner players who know better then to hold onto a ball there.
    Wrong. He's thinking "don't stop the clock and give the Pats an extra time out" - which is exactly the right thing there. Folk's been money this year and while a 43 yard field goal attempt isn't a gimme, it's close enough that you take the sack there rather than throw the ball away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doggin94it View Post
    Wrong. He's thinking "don't stop the clock and give the Pats an extra time out" - which is exactly the right thing there. Folk's been money this year and while a 43 yard field goal attempt isn't a gimme, it's close enough that you take the sack there rather than throw the ball away.
    This. Pats had to call a time out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanner View Post
    This. Pats had to call a time out.
    You could not possibly be more incorrect.

    The game was tied, why would you EVER make it harder for your team to score go ahead points in order to take a timeout away from the offense. That would never happen. 10 yards on a game winning kick, on the road, out doors is a big deal.

    If the TO was that valuable to take off the Pats plate, we would have run the ball or kneeled down, not attempted a pass.

    Lastly, the Pats didnt even take their last timeout until there was 5 seconds left and took it ON SECOND DOWN, so clearly they could have spiked the ball there and not even needed a single TO let alone 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    You could not possibly be more incorrect.

    The game was tied, why would you EVER make it harder for your team to score go ahead points in order to take a timeout away from the offense. That would never happen. 10 yards on a game winning kick, on the road, out doors is a big deal.

    If the TO was that valuable to take off the Pats plate, we would have run the ball or kneeled down, not attempted a pass.

    Lastly, the Pats didnt even take their last timeout until there was 5 seconds left and took it ON SECOND DOWN, so clearly they could have spiked the ball there and not even needed a single TO let alone 2.
    rex was on espn radio yesterday. he said that sanchez was set to throw the ball to kerley, who was open. but kerley slipped, so sanchez didn't have anyone to throw to. rex actually praised sanchez for taking the loss of yards b/c it forced NE to call a TO. he said that given the circumstances, sanchez did the right thing. now it could be that rex was protecting his qb, but rex did call sanchez out for the bad INT. mostly rex was defending the offensive and defensive playcalling, since those decisions were as big a part of the loss as any mistakes by the players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanner View Post
    This. Pats had to call a time out.
    NFL kickers hit approximately 1 in 1.25 (80%) of their kicks of less then 40 yards and approximately 1 in 1.43 (70%) kicks between 40-49.

    So yea, 10% chance to not tie the game AND give the Pats the ball inside our own 50 in order to take away an extra time out.....absolutely the most ridiculous thing I have ever read.

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