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    another "ho hum " for Tanny

    Quote Originally Posted by JI BREAKING NEWS TICKER View Post
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The mayhem has come to an end for the New York Jets. For now at least.

    The Jets announced they have waived linebacker Aaron Maybin on Tuesday amid a three-game losing streak. Dubbed at the start of the season as their top pass-rushing threat, Maybin failed to produce a sack in eight games in 2012.

    He earned that label coming into this season after reviving his career with the Jets -- providing a team-high six sacks and four forced fumbles in thirteen games in Green and White. A former 11th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft...

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    'Nuff said.Won't make a difference. This team is fork ready!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billygreen View Post
    Too bad. I was hoping Maybin would step up this year and reach the next level. Looked good last season, not sure what happened.
    SOJ disease, never stood a chance.

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    One of biggest disappointments of this year.... they were talking him up in camp and preseason..... It would have been nice to see this player build on what he was able to achieve last year...


    Frankly, he isn't the only player they needed to get rid of... Their roster is full of talentless players...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    This is what's called a "wake up call". Completely predictable, supposed to, oooh, send a shudder across the locker room, shock and awe.

    The Rex Ryan motivational method:

    1. Tell everyone they are great.

    2. Tell everyone you didn't have the pulse of the locker room.

    3. Tell everyone you'll change.

    4. Take the players to a "leadership" retreat.

    5. Take the players to a sleep coach.

    6. Tell everyone they are great.

    7. Cut a player to scare them.

    SAR I

    So you are still blaming Rex Ryan? Is it his fault that the Jets have found not one pass rusher (not one!) in the seven offseasons since John Abraham was traded? That time period covers three Jet coaches. To quote Lebron James, that's not 1 offseason... not 2... not 3...

    Is it Rex Ryan's fault that he's asked to turn garbage into gold? Is it his fault we have no pass rush, or would another coach do better with the likes of Maybin, Ricky Sapp, Calvin Pace, Garrett McIntyre, et al?

    I'm not a Ryan apologist, but he is not the root of the problem. Just like Mangini wasn't. Do you honestly think this GM deserves to hire his third head coach and pick his third starting QB? At what point do you point the finger at him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    According to Kimberly Martin of newsday
    Today isn't April fools, is it?

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    Maybin seems like just another example of poor player development on the Jets. He obviously had some talent last year but got much worse in 2012. What exactly are the Jets coaching staff doing with this team ? Aren't coaches supposed to help players get better ??

    It seems like almost every guy either stagnates or gets worse when he puts on a Jets uniform.

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    Didn't Maybin's "personal coach" move on after last season? I seem to recall hearing that last off-season. May be that was a factor.

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    DON'T CAAAAAAAAAARE

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    Quote Originally Posted by lageman4ever View Post
    Maybin seems like just another example of poor player development on the Jets. He obviously had some talent last year but got much worse in 2012. What exactly are the Jets coaching staff doing with this team ? Aren't coaches supposed to help players get better ??

    It seems like almost every guy either stagnates or gets worse when he puts on a Jets uniform.
    Over the last 3 years, is there any player on the Jets roster that has shown steady improvement year by year under Wrecks coaching?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Over the last 3 years, is there any player on the Jets roster that has shown steady improvement year by year under Wrecks coaching?
    Good question... will get back with an answer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagmanL11 View Post
    Good question... will get back with an answer...
    Bet you cant.....

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    Danny Woodhead









    (oh, wait, he's not a Jet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagmanL11 View Post
    Good question... will get back with an answer...
    Wilkerson???

    Hard pressed to name another player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lageman4ever View Post
    Maybin seems like just another example of poor player development on the Jets. He obviously had some talent last year but got much worse in 2012. What exactly are the Jets coaching staff doing with this team ? Aren't coaches supposed to help players get better ??

    It seems like almost every guy either stagnates or gets worse when he puts on a Jets uniform.
    ????

    This guy was a HUGE BUST.....Gholston status. Buffalo cut him of all teams.

    Rex brings him in and revives his career, gets something out of nothing.....but you can only mask deficiencies for so long. And its Rex's fault this guy isn't a pro bowler???

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaPZ187 View Post
    ????

    This guy was a HUGE BUST.....Gholston status. Buffalo cut him of all teams.

    Rex brings him in and revives his career, gets something out of nothing.....but you can only mask deficiencies for so long. And its Rex's fault this guy isn't a pro bowler???

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    We brought him because we have NO ONE ELSE...between poor player development, poor drafts, we have no one.

    Get Mangini involved in the draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Wilkerson???

    Hard pressed to name another player.
    Yeah there really aren't many to be honest.

    You can add Devito and Pouha as a couple nobody's that Rex got quality production out of.

    Wilkerson is definitely beasting as of late and improved. Coples, while still very early in his career, has shown improvement as well.

    I also liked Trufant and Lankster as CBs and think they have improved from nothing to give something.

    Kyle Wilson has been a disappointment overall, but has actually improved, although still not what we expected with a 1st rounder.

    Cromartie without question has improved immensely under Rex. He and the DB coach have really got to him and turned him into a true student of the game, where as before he relied too much on his God Given abilities.



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    Quote Originally Posted by PaPZ187 View Post
    Yeah there really aren't many to be honest.

    You can add Devito and Pouha as a couple nobody's that Rex got quality production out of.

    Wilkerson is definitely beasting as of late and improved. Coples, while still very early in his career, has shown improvement as well.

    I also liked Trufant and Lankster as CBs and think they have improved from nothing to give something.

    Kyle Wilson has been a disappointment overall, but has actually improved, although still not what we expected with a 1st rounder.

    Cromartie without question has improved immensely under Rex. He and the DB coach have really got to him and turned him into a true student of the game, where as before he relied too much on his God Given abilities.
    Good post, especially with your observations about Cromartie. He has played lights out this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Good post, especially with your observations about Cromartie. He has played lights out this season.
    Don't forget about Kerley

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Over the last 3 years, is there any player on the Jets roster that has shown steady improvement year by year under Wrecks coaching?
    Coples, definately improving as year goes on
    Wilkerson looks better than last year.
    DeVito quietly had a great game last week, better than 3 years ago.
    Pouha, till he hurt his back, not Rex's fault.
    Cro looks better here than when he was in SD

    There was nothing to develop with Maybin, he is just a speed guy who bulked up and lost 1/2 a step. Most of his sacks were effort plays where he shot by the QB, turned around, and got back to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaPZ187 View Post
    Yeah there really aren't many to be honest.

    You can add Devito and Pouha as a couple nobody's that Rex got quality production out of.

    Wilkerson is definitely beasting as of late and improved. Coples, while still very early in his career, has shown improvement as well.

    I also liked Trufant and Lankster as CBs and think they have improved from nothing to give something.

    Kyle Wilson has been a disappointment overall, but has actually improved, although still not what we expected with a 1st rounder.

    Cromartie without question has improved immensely under Rex. He and the DB coach have really got to him and turned him into a true student of the game, where as before he relied too much on his God Given abilities.



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    Beat me to it, almost the same list as you.

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