So you think that Tebow, who barely played, ruined our season. and I have no credability? HAHAHAHAHAHA.LOL; you have no credibility here; your savior f*cked our season.
I dunno. Only a fool would use a specific example as point of comparison and then immediately deny the comparison.
SOJF is SOJF. And they are always right.
Rex wants it both ways. Gregarious and open except about matters of importance. Then he is vague and evasive to the most simple question.
The thing about these pressers is that in my mind you cannot be revisionist or go back on what you said previously. He has repeatedly said that 'Mark gives us the best chance to win.' when it was apparent to everyone and their cat that this was not the case at least 3 or 4 games ago (for the diehard sanchez fans that is.)
He has to wear those comments. He has to wear that comments excusing Wayne Hunters terrible play last year and early this year. He has to wear his comments about Tebow being the back up Qb earlier in the year.
He has to wear his comments about how good shotty was.
He has to wear his comments about our Rb's and guys like Eric Smith.
He has made grossly over supportive comments about Sanchez and he has to wear that. If he wants to say nothing like Belihchick then say nothing like Belichick. But he isn't like Belichick, he does say things and he has to wear those comments or be thought to be either stupid or a liar.
too much anger around here for me
Looking forward to Sunday and the dawning of the GMAC era for the NYJ
Forget the Belichick comparison, you need to actually pay attention to 90% of the coaches in this league.
Hell, Harbaugh is pretty much right there with Belichick.
All of these coaches say nothing. It really suggests you're retarded if you think otherwise. Or even want it.
Some of you are pathetic though... Give you enough time and you'll find reasons to ***** about anyone. I guess it goes with human nature. "Familiarity breeds contempt"
One thing is being a jerk to the media and giving the least information you can.
Another is insulting the intelligence of our team and fans by saying complete lies and completely sounding delusional. Rex is so out of touch with our team (especially our offense) is not even funny.
[QUOTE=Traitor Jay & the Woodies;4734345]No, no no. First of all, if you're comparing BB to Rex, please. BB is one of, if not the, greatest HCs of all time.
Listen young man get a clue, BB is a damn good coach, no doubt Yet, lets see just how good he is going to be without T Brady under center. Take it to the bank, if the Jets had a Brady for the last four years, Jets fans would think Rex was the second coming. So don't confuse a great QB as a great HC
This point of view suggests a real lack of knowledge. It's being spouted by someone who clearly doesn't pay attention to the rest of the league and watch other coaches' press conferences and media dealings.
Whether it was Mangini, Herm or whoever, it was *****ing about the same stuff.
Basically, everyone's pissed that the team isn't good, but some of you focus on dumb things.
And about the equally retarded "Belichick wins super bowls so he's allowed to say nothing" argument, do you really think he was honest and forthcoming before he won a super bowl???? No.. He always said nothing. It's just the way it has to be.
Stop worrying about dumb stuff.
We will compete over the next two weeks and we will be evaluating everyone with an eye towards who wants to remain a Jet.
I am starting Greg McElroy on Sunday because he has earned the chance to start a regular season game, but more importantly because I want to see him in live action to properly evaluate him.
His starting is not an indictment and/or statement about Tim Tebow or Mark Sanchez or their future with the team. Those players have track records, McElroy does not.
Period. End of story. No BS. And you answer the "why not Tebow" question.
It's the same reason why I don't get people caring so much about his super bowl guarantees. Funny it turns out that our two best years happened to be the two years Rex talked the most.
Just doesn't matter what's said to the media. Actions speak louder than words anyway.
It's pretty clear what his thoughts are just based on his actions. He doesn't see Tebow as a long term answer. He seen Tebow as a Brad Smith who happened to play QB instead of WR.
Also, both his actions and words said that he believed Mark Sanchez gives them the best chance to win.
If he honestly believed that then he really shouldn't be a HC in the NFL
If he didn't believe that then he started Sanchez for very cynical and self serving reasons - and should be fired.