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  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Shift Jet View Post
    And yours and the other SOJF pukes is nonexistent.

    Crennel Frazier and Garrett were all retained as HC as were so many others over the years.
    Moving the goalposts?

    Retained at the discretion of the new GM is not what we were discussing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Shift Jet View Post
    And yours and the other SOJF pukes is nonexistent.

    Crennel Frazier and Garrett were all retained as HC as were so many others over the years.
    Care to elaborate on that?

    Who's talking about retaining HC's? We're talking about retaining and demoting a GM.

  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    I read it and I find it comical that some of you don't understand how things work in team sports. Fired GMs get reassigned all the time. No GM will be intimidated by the presence of mr t. And if he is, then he wasn't the right hire in the first place.
    LOL

    Comical, and sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GandWFan View Post
    Moving the goalposts?

    Retained at the discretion of the new GM is not what we were discussing.
    This guy is so full of himself and so obsessed with sojf agenda....

  5. #105
    BOTTOM LINE:

    IF WOODY IS BRINGING IN A NEW GM:

    TANNENBAUM SHOULD BE FIRED!

    THE NEW GM SHOULD DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT TO KEEP REX.

    NO PRE-CONDITIONS!

  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    You mean like Holmgren did when he was hired and Mangini was the coach and was retained?

    Holmgren approved of this arrangement, and gave Mangini 1 year to prove himself. In the end, it did not work out.

    If a GM wants to retain Rex, that is fine. It should, however, be his choice, not forced on him.

  7. #107
    All of you are b*tching for no good reason.

    If all of the parties agree with the arrangement, then why the f*ck would it matter to anyone else? You don't have to work there, so STFU. Let the people that agreed to work like that deal with it.

    And the biggest thing that's being overlooked here?

    It COULD work. Not saying it would. In fact, it probably wouldn't. But it could.

    So where it doesn't impact you at your work. Deal with it. Woody Johnson is going to run HIS organization the way he chooses. And considering he's had much more business than anyone here, I'll take his word for it long before I'd accept what you think the team should do.

  8. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by GandWFan View Post
    Holmgren approved of this arrangement, and gave Mangini 1 year to prove himself. In the end, it did not work out.

    If a GM wants to retain Rex, that is fine. It should, however, be his choice, not forced on him.
    Absolutely. No pre-conditions.

  9. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by JetsFanatic View Post
    BOTTOM LINE:

    IF WOODY IS BRINGING IN A NEW GM:

    TANNENBAUM SHOULD BE FIRED!

    THE NEW GM SHOULD DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT TO KEEP REX.

    NO PRE-CONDITIONS!
    Absolutely. This guy gets it.

  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    All of you are b*tching for no good reason.

    If all of the parties agree with the arrangement, then why the f*ck would it matter to anyone else? You don't have to work there, so STFU. Let the people that agreed to work like that deal with it.

    And the biggest thing that's being overlooked here?

    It COULD work. Not saying it would. In fact, it probably wouldn't. But it could.

    So where it doesn't impact you at your work. Deal with it. Woody Johnson is going to run HIS organization the way he chooses. And considering he's had much more business than anyone here, I'll take his word for it long before I'd accept what you think the team should do.
    Because you can always find someone who wants a GM positon to agree with pre-conditions.
    BUT IF YOU WANT THE MOST QUALIFIED CANDIDATE, NO PRE-CONDITIONS!!!

  11. #111
    Quote Originally Posted by GandWFan View Post
    Holmgren approved of this arrangement, and gave Mangini 1 year to prove himself. In the end, it did not work out.

    If a GM wants to retain Rex, that is fine. It should, however, be his choice, not forced on him.
    Completely agree. But then why is everyone b*tching that Rex Ryan should be fired?

    What is it? They don't trust the new GM (that hasn't even been hired yet) to do his job?

    There's way too many tightly wrapped posters here.

  12. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    All of you are b*tching for no good reason.

    If all of the parties agree with the arrangement, then why the f*ck would it matter to anyone else? You don't have to work there, so STFU. Let the people that agreed to work like that deal with it.

    And the biggest thing that's being overlooked here?

    It COULD work. Not saying it would. In fact, it probably wouldn't. But it could.

    So where it doesn't impact you at your work. Deal with it. Woody Johnson is going to run HIS organization the way he chooses. And considering he's had much more business than anyone here, I'll take his word for it long before I'd accept what you think the team should do.
    Yeah. Be quiet. Don't have an opinion. Don't express your opinion on a message board designed to discuss fans opinions. Deal with it.

    Unless, of course MainJet disagrees with an opinioin. Then it is OK to voice your opinion agreeing with MaineJet.

    OK. Carry on.

  13. #113
    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    Completely agree. But then why is everyone b*tching that Rex Ryan should be fired?

    What is it? They don't trust the new GM (that hasn't even been hired yet) to do his job?

    There's way too many tightly wrapped posters here.
    Why? Because there is the feeling that Woody likes Rex and is going to retain him next year and tell any incoming GM that Rex is the coach. It's a pretty legit concern.

    It's easy to be tightly wrapped when the team you cheer for often does exactly what you as a fan fear they are going to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    All of you are b*tching for no good reason.

    If all of the parties agree with the arrangement, then why the f*ck would it matter to anyone else? You don't have to work there, so STFU. Let the people that agreed to work like that deal with it.

    And the biggest thing that's being overlooked here?

    It COULD work. Not saying it would. In fact, it probably wouldn't. But it could.

    So where it doesn't impact you at your work. Deal with it. Woody Johnson is going to run HIS organization the way he chooses. And considering he's had much more business than anyone here, I'll take his word for it long before I'd accept what you think the team should do.
    >Tells people not to complain.
    >Complains about people complaining.

    Redneck logic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    All of you are b*tching for no good reason.

    If all of the parties agree with the arrangement, then why the f*ck would it matter to anyone else? You don't have to work there, so STFU. Let the people that agreed to work like that deal with it.

    And the biggest thing that's being overlooked here?

    It COULD work. Not saying it would. In fact, it probably wouldn't. But it could.

    So where it doesn't impact you at your work. Deal with it. Woody Johnson is going to run HIS organization the way he chooses. And considering he's had much more business than anyone here, I'll take his word for it long before I'd accept what you think the team should do.
    Yes, we as fans should just accept everything that's decided because that's what we are. We're sheep.

    Brilliant.

    And Woody Johnson was handed a multi billion dollar business. He's a trust fund baby. There's so many owners in the NFL who could run circles around him in the business world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GandWFan View Post
    Yeah. Be quiet. Don't have an opinion. Don't express your opinion on a message board designed to discuss fans opinions. Deal with it.

    Unless, of course MainJet disagrees with an opinioin. Then it is OK to voice your opinion agreeing with MaineJet.

    OK. Carry on.
    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    >Tells people not to complain.
    >Complains about people complaining.

    Redneck logic.
    LOL.

  17. #117
    Wouldn't be surprised if Ryan leaves on his own.

    With a new GM coming in, and a team lacking in talent and cap space, why stick around? It's obviously early to make predictions for next year, but I wouldn't expect Jets to be a playoff team in 2013. If they're not, and have a second straight season with a losing record, Ryan would probably be fired then. Jets haven't gone three years without playoffs since '95-'97, don't see Ryan surviving 3 years in a row missing playoffs, and 2 years in a row of losing records (if that happens).

    So Ryan may just decide he's had enough here, doesn't want to stick around with a new regime, and leave a la Herm. There's sure to be some other openings. I can see him going to Philly where Buddy coached, bring that Ryan attitude back there, Jets get a mid-round pick.

    Not saying this is most likely scenario, but wouldn't be surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post

    It COULD work. Not saying it would. In fact, it probably wouldn't. But it could.
    By the way, some of your best work right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GandWFan View Post
    Well, Mike Holmgren, of course.

    Except he wasn't reassigned, he already had the HC and EVP postion.

    Oh, and it was his idea, because he was busy enough with the HC duties.

    Oh, and he helped hire the new GM.

    But other than that, it is exactly the same. Kind of. Maybe.

    Yeah, that's the ticket.
    Not true at all kid. Paul Allen and his CEO Leiweke hired Ferguson and Ruskell.
    Losing GM duties was a involuntary demotion because his drafts, at which he had no prior experience, yielded few starters.

    http://a.espncdn.com/nfl/columns/pas...n/1496659.html

    http://sea.scout.com/2/816748.html

    Now run along and look for some more "facts" on Wikipedia.
    Last edited by Jungle Shift Jet; 12-27-2012 at 10:53 PM.

  20. #120
    Well if woody keeps tanny here.. Or if Woody keeps tanny there, or Woody reassigns Tanny. Woody this, Woody that... Tanny has a CHOICE too, he might not want to be reassigned within the organization. People do move on to other opportunities.

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