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    Which is the quicker path to culture change for the Jets

    If you had your choice

    Firing Rex and Tanny

    Firing current Jets beat writers

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcess View Post
    If you had your choice

    Firing Rex and Tanny

    Firing current Jets beat writers
    Really?

    I didn't realize the beat writers were the ones hiring Tony Sparano, trading for Tebow, sticking with Sanchez or picking lousy players on draft day.

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    Get back to winning next year. If having a legit chance to make the playoffs in December is the worst this regime gets, I'm cool with it.

    Do well next season and I think the culture here will be in good hands.

    The worst thing we could do is overhaul too much and start from scratch again. Rex has to stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    Really?

    I didn't realize the beat writers were the ones hiring Tony Sparano, trading for Tebow, sticking with Sanchez or picking lousy players on draft day.
    You have to admit the the beat writers have an enormously negative effect on the team, regardless how bad the coaching staff is

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    D none of the above


    get rid of the rap music in the locker room - have champagne music piped in

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcess View Post
    You have to admit the the beat writers have an enormously negative effect on the team, regardless how bad the coaching staff is
    NY beat writers will always be the same. You can change the faces, but you can't change their focus. Controversy sells!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcess View Post
    You have to admit the the beat writers have an enormously negative effect on the team, regardless how bad the coaching staff is
    I refuse to believe writers have any affect on the players performance. They are negative because the team is a complete joke that makes stupid decisions one after another.

    And the coaching staff isn't the only problem here. Players, front office, coaches, scouts... Major deficiencies everywhere.

    Lets place blame where it belongs.

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    dump

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcess View Post
    If you had your choice

    Firing Rex and Tanny

    Firing current Jets beat writers
    Firing Rex and Tanny would undoubtedly change the culture of the team. How could it not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Shift Jet View Post
    D none of the above


    get rid of the rap music in the locker room - have champagne music piped in
    Evelyn Champagne? SHAME!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    I refuse to believe writers have any affect on the players performance. They are negative because the team is a complete joke that makes stupid decisions one after another.

    And the coaching staff isn't the only problem here. Players, front office, coaches, scouts... Major deficiencies everywhere.

    Lets place blame where it belongs.
    I didn't mean players performance, just the perceived culture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webster View Post
    The beat writers haven't seemed to affect the Giants much over the years.

    If the Jets win, the beat writers will be givng them air hummers in the locker room.
    Totally different class of beat writers

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcess View Post
    I didn't mean players performance, just the perceived culture
    I'm not sure the perception is too far from reality when it comes to the Jets. To be honest, Woody's ownership is as much to blame as anything.

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    Fire all the beat writers and a whole new crop will come in. They're like alligators, you keep holding out food and they'll keep coming. Fire the people that keep holding out the food and the alligators go away. Rex and tanny must go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simijet View Post
    I'm not sure the perception is too far from reality when it comes to the Jets. To be honest, Woody's ownership is as much to blame as anything.
    The only culture most fans can see are the ones beat writers tell you about. You have to ask yourself, do the jets beat writers want the jets to succeed?

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    Fire cimini and Manish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcess View Post
    The only culture most fans can see are the ones beat writers tell you about. You have to ask yourself, do the jets beat writers want the jets to succeed?
    I live in southern California and don't read the NY papers on a regular basis. My perceptions of this team are based on the seemingly nonsensical moves made (or not made) by Tanny and Rex. While I am naturally a little on the cynical side, I believe there are many other fans who feel as I do - with or without the input of the beat writers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcess View Post
    If you had your choice

    Firing Rex and Tanny

    Firing current Jets beat writers
    Keep Rex, but fire the rest.

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    There is nothing dumber than blaming the media for the Jets problems.

    Like others have said, the Giants play in the same stadium. End of story.

    Firing Rex and Tanny would definitely be a step in the right direction as far as changing the culture of the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post
    There is nothing dumber than blaming the media for the Jets problems.

    Like others have said, the Giants play in the same stadium. End of story.

    Firing Rex and Tanny would definitely be a step in the right direction as far as changing the culture of the team.
    You are foolish if you think the jets and giants beat writers go about their jobs in the same manner.

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