Whats that mean.What do you disagree with.Rex was a good HC, his first two years, oh, okay, he was just lucky. Unlucky the last two.Any defensive minded coach knows alot about offense,all he does is break down film and studies offense and what to do to stop it. We have no quarterback, no third down back, a broken down receiving corp. Give him a quarterback, and a few more weapons on offense, then reevaluate
The first year if the Colts dont pull Manning the jets lose the game and miss the playoffs. Both season the jets backed in from other team miscues.I wish Manning never got pulled.
Johnsonís worst nightmare is Eli Manning vs. Tom Brady III in the New York Super Bowl next winter. He isnít interested in selling hot dogs at that one.
He bought the New York Jets, not the New York Buttfumblers.
The Jet's have had 4 HC changes since Belli quit (after one day on the job), and 3 of them have been since woody bought the team. The Jets have had a different OC in each of the past 3 seasons. The Jets have had at least 3 different QB's in ten years.
It's not so much the management staff and the player turnover seemingly year after year, it's the hiring of incompetent people, realizing your mistake, firing them, and then replacing them with another incompetent person.
It's really pathetic how poorly run this organization really is if you actually stop and rationally look at it. You look at the Pats--- ten years, same HC, same QB. The Giants, same HC, same GM for ten years. And on and on it goes. Even when those teams do make changes (an coordinator, a QB etc) it's never a step backwards. It's never firing an incompetent coach or player and then hiring an incompetent person to replace him.
Rex Ryan is exactly in the same position as Herman Edwards was when he left for Kansas City. Rex Has 2 yrs left on his contract but in all reality, it might as well be 1. If he's going to stay after this season,the Jets have to atleast make the playoffs next season . The Jets had a bad team this yr with no QB, and it's going to be worst going into the 3013 season after all the cuts and the freeagents who the team will be unlikely to resign .
Herm was in the same situation. He had no QB, with Pennington coming back from injury, the Ol was in shambles and the OC had just been hired the yr before. Herm asked for an extension of his contract because he didn't want to go into the season as a lame duck. The Jets refused and Herm basically forced the Jets to trade him to the Chiefs who had made it known that they had an interest.
Where is your bravado now Rex. Force Woody to either extend u or release u from your dead man walking status.
IMHO, this Fraud don't make it to the start of free agency.
It's over for Rex. The media killed Mangini and he was no where near as exposed as Rex is. Rex can't protect himself by all of a sudden going dark.
Woody needs to put him out of his misery. Next year will be brutal for Rex. You are basically asking him to coach for his job with a roster/cap situation that leaves little room for improvement.
Just cut bait and do a proper rebuild.
While I agree with this, what quality coach is going to want to step into this disaster? The new GM might have a better shot of getting a quality hire after slicing and dicing the roster over the next year.
Rex may get the job of coaching a depleted team taking cap hits, headed to the top of the draft board, with a chance to rebuild or completely destroy his image.
I despise the New York press. They will turn on anybody, if they think it can improve there profile and sell newspapers. Say what you want about Ryan, he's been more than accommodating to them, and friendly despite of the wife stories and clown suit stuff. I hope Rex sticks it to them next year and becomes a BB< AT PRESSERS>Tell them nothing, because if you do, they'll twist it, for there own benefit
Don't u know? We backed into 4 playoff wins under Rex too? Eric Mangini was a better HC. Such a great talent evaluator Mangini was he traded John Abraham and drafted Vernon Gholston and drafted Kellen Clemens and Anthony Schlegel over umpteen better players in a great 2006 draft.
The answer to 1 3 & 4 left the building on Monday. 2 was a rex mistake
I pretty sure the only one above that Rx is free and clear of is the Sanchez extension.
It's been reported that Rex was the driving force for the Tebow trade.
As far as the OL, Rex had Hunter starting over Howard. How the hell was that even remotely possible? I know Rex doesn't claim to be an expert offensively, but was our pass rush THAT bad that they couldn't expose Hunter the way EVERY defense we played?
Now this morning the Post is asking Rex to "open up" about the season and plans for next seasons ? Come on, Rex isn't about to say anything until a new GM gets here and they have their initial sit down. Sure Ryan can talk about last season and the who and why's but until a new GM gets here and they map out a strategy for Ryan to say anything now would be paramount to slapping the GM before he got here. The post makes good paper for kitty litter
Hopefully Rex spends some valuable off season time with media advisors and watching tape of Belichick and Torterella press conferences and in 2013 follows the format of giving the NY media one word answers...little or no info and treats these dirtbags with the lavk of respect and dignity they have clearly earned.
This should include no weekly radio with Yankeeshill and Giantshill on espn radio and required pressers and postgames that last 90 seconds and offer nothing.
Let the jackals make up stories without any assistance