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  1. #201
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    Tony Sparano was a stupid hiring.

    Not firing the QB coach was stupid.

    Bringing in Tebow was just as dumb as it could get.

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    Rex wants to get fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    Tony Sparano was a stupid hiring.

    Not firing the QB coach was stupid.

    Bringing in Tebow was just as dumb as it could get.
    Yet, as many state, Rex should get another year. Fire this clod. Rex is the defensive version of Coslet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevisCroWilson View Post
    We won inspite of him in 09 and 10.....if we had a descent qb we would have won a sb ...

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    No we wouldn't have. Listen, I want Greg to take over, but I see this posted all the time and it's absolute nonsense. Mark played well in the 09 playoffs and did what he was supposed to do and then stepped up big time in the '09 AFCCG. In the 2010 playoffs he played even better and got us back there. Struggled slightly against the colts but made a terrific throw to Braylon and won the game. In the 2010 AFCCG the defense decided it didn't have to show up. People forget the type of hole Mark almost bailed us out of in that game. Again, I think Mark is finished here and would rather see McElroy play the rest of the way, but saying we would have one a SB with another QB is absolute bull****.

    Would have been nice if that vaunted Rex Ryan defense didn't choke away two Super Bowl appearances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Yet, as many state, Rex should get another year. Fire this clod. Rex is the defensive version of Coslet.
    Oddly enough, we Pats fans support a long extension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    I'll still root for the Jets despite Rex Kotite's biblically moronic QB decision

    Maybe...

    I think....

    At this point in time I guess...
    It's just you and Rah Rah at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixit View Post
    Oddly enough, we Pats fans support a long extension.
    LOL. What 10 years of success isn't enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Yet, as many state, Rex should get another year. Fire this clod. Rex is the defensive version of Coslet.
    +1000

    Today's decision is the straw for me

    Bring your playbook your Sparano and your Pettine Rex....You're DONE

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    I think people need to relax.

    It was absolutely the correct decision to bench Sanchez against Arizona after that horrendous first half. But we do not know how Sanchez will respond to that benching. There is a CHANCE that it lights a fire under him and he's able to bounce back. We know Hill is finally making some plays, Powell is getting more carries, and the OL is holding up fairly well. This is it- Sanchez has to show up.

    Just because we're not starting McElroy, it doesn't mean we can't still see what he has. If Sanchez struggles, McElroy can pop back in. Hell, he can start the last 3 games of the season. But if you don't let Sanchez start against Jax, you OFFICIALLY close the book on Sanchez, and that's a tough pill to swallow with the 2013 financial investment looming. You have to be POSITIVE that Sanchez doesn't have it anymore, and you can't know that until you see him play against Jax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    It's just you and Rah Rah at this point.
    It's a testament to how bad Rex, the Jets, and Sanchez have performed that even sg3 is questioning his allegiance.

    Seriously. How bad is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    +1000

    Today's decision is the straw for me

    Bring your playbook your Sparano and your Pettine Rex....You're DONE

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    poor Rah Rah now stands alone

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
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    Rex Ryan never seriously considered starting Tim Tebow this week vs Jaguars. #nyj
    It is now obvious why they never considered replacing Sanchez with Tebow...

    just imagine if it was Tebow who came in last week and pulled out the win... the media and Tebowmaniacs would make it impossible to go back to Mark.

    Going to McElroy was a safe change and makes it easier to go back to Mark.

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    A beat writer better ask Rex one simple question:

    "Where is the accountability you promised when you became head coach?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    +1000

    Today's decision is the straw for me

    Bring your playbook your Sparano and your Pettine Rex....You're DONE

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    It's a testament to how bad Rex, the Jets, and Sanchez have performed that even sg3 is questioning his allegiance.

    Seriously. How bad is that?
    The canary is dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamaicanJetFan View Post
    I think people need to relax.

    It was absolutely the correct decision to bench Sanchez against Arizona after that horrendous first half. But we do not know how Sanchez will respond to that benching. There is a CHANCE that it lights a fire under him and he's able to bounce back. We know Hill is finally making some plays, Powell is getting more carries, and the OL is holding up fairly well. This is it- Sanchez has to show up.

    Just because we're not starting McElroy, it doesn't mean we can't still see what he has. If Sanchez struggles, McElroy can pop back in. Hell, he can start the last 3 games of the season. But if you don't let Sanchez start against Jax, you OFFICIALLY close the book on Sanchez, and that's a tough pill to swallow with the 2013 financial investment looming. You have to be POSITIVE that Sanchez doesn't have it anymore, and you can't know that until you see him play against Jax.

    First of all, do you REALLY think the Jets are even going to give him a chance to do anything to really prove himself? They will run the ball 50 times and continue not to trust him in critical situations.

    All Sanchez will do is try and play it safe with his throws. And still that might not even be enough considering he knows how to mess that up as well.

    All Jax has to do is blitz Sanchez and he'll make that mistake. He doesn't know how to handle any kind of pressure.

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    I doubt very much that if this game was being played in Jersey, that Rex would start Sanchez. These are the dying gasps of a man who can never admit that he was wrong and still believes he is the smartest man in the room. Maybe the Jets beat the hapless Jags---and then watch him start telling everyone that he was right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    poor Rah Rah now stands alone
    Eva Braun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    A beat writer better ask Rex one simple question:

    "Where is the accountability you promised when you became head coach?"
    Forward that to Leberfeld. I'm sure he'll have no problem asking that. And then again. And again..

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    Rex had an out. A golden opportunity to divorce himself of Sanchez and actually save his own job. Now he's toast.

    Incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDL_JET View Post
    All Jax has to do is blitz Sanchez and he'll make that mistake. He doesn't know how to handle any kind of pressure.

    The bigger point is that maybe Sanchez, with the realistic threat of being pulled from the game, now understands he has to make certain adjustments and/or CHANGE his approach.

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