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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post

    Let's say Rex is canned(finally).....SCOTT FRIGGIN' COHEN WOULD *STILL* BE THE GM!!!

    So basically we can NEVER completely escape from this sh-t circus......
    Unless Cohen is actually a good GM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    Unless Cohen is actually a good GM
    That's not the point! Point is, once again the Jets can't land their guy and have to settle for someone who never was and probably never would've been. We always have to settle because no good coach or front office guy want's to come to this poorly ran team. Cohen will be a puppet GM. Rex will be calling the shots which we now know after todays presser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post


    Something else to consider :

    Let's say Rex is canned(finally).....SCOTT FRIGGIN' COHEN WOULD *STILL* BE THE GM!!!

    So basically we can NEVER completely escape from this sh-t circus......

    Thanks, now you're just piling on.

    What I am more worried about is Rex. He has had more say on personnel over the last four year than anyone is admitting now. He dictated just about every free agent that we signed, remember him showing up at Bart's door at midnight?

    He had a ton of influence on draft picks, And even on the trades of Cromartie and Tebow. Tanny was to blame for Sanchez and Holmes guarantees and thus should have been fired.

    But Rex is responsible for the roster in that he decides who to play. How did he actually have Hunter start for an entire year and the. Go into the next season as the starter when he had Howard THE WHOLE time? Refusing to bench Sanchez?

    I've stated in the past, with all of the first round picks, high priced free agents, and trades, half the coaches in the league would have had a top 10 defense.

    Now he's desperate and will be making decisions on how to win in 2013 with no care on 2014 and beyond. We are treading dangerous grounds here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    Then why haven't they hired him.
    Don't you get it? This is all a dog & pony show for the media and the fans.

    Look at us, we hired Korn/Ferry.
    Look we interviewed Tom Gamble.
    Look we interviewed Dave Caldwell - twice!

    Oh, they decided to take jobs with other organizations - but look at who we found right down the ****ing hall?!

    Now they can't possibly say that we have not done our due dilligence, can they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    Don't you get it? This is all a dog & pony show for the media and the fans.

    Look at us, we hired Korn/Ferry.
    Look we interviewed Tom Gamble.
    Look we interviewed Dave Caldwell - twice!

    Oh, they decided to take jobs with other organizations - but look at who we found right down the ****ing hall?!

    Now they can't possibly say that we have not done our due dilligence, can they?
    That's a pretty wasteful dog and pony show. Media hasn't picked up on it. They would have, don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    What is this accidentally hit on Brady?
    Chill, brah...

    Everyone knows the sodomy was intentional and consensual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    That's a pretty wasteful dog and pony show. Media hasn't picked up on it. They would have, don't you think?
    When the Jets end up with Scott Tanny-Cohen in the end, you'll see the Media FINALLY get a clue....


    This was an elaborate scam designed to insult Jets fans' intelligence.


    Woody was NEVER serious about getting a GM other than from within.


    He's nothing but a money-grubbing piece of horse-sh-t.

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    The the 9th pick of the 2013 nfl draft the New York jets select....Johnny Noname kicker, nowhere university.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    What is this accidentally hit on Brady? How do you pick a player by accident?
    Was Brady better than thought of at that time, yes. But he did not come into the league with Manning's skill set, You don't think the patriots coaching staff had a lot to do with his development? He got better every year until his 4th year in the league when he began to be considered with Farve, Warner and Manning. He may well have floundered under 75% of the coaching staffs in the league. You make it sound like the pats turned over a rock and manning popped out. He worked with BB, Rehbien, and Weis constantly to get better, when he was the 4th string qb. The pats recognized that talent and worked with it to develop him.
    He means accidentally as in "we thought we drafted a guy who could become a pretty good QB, we had no idea he would turn into one of the best QB's ever." No one knew that, not even the hooded cheater himself. Give the chowds credit for drafting Brady, but give Brady even more credit for making himself from a game manager into an all-time great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    What is this accidentally hit on Brady? How do you pick a player by accident?
    Was Brady better than thought of at that time, yes. But he did not come into the league with Manning's skill set, You don't think the patriots coaching staff had a lot to do with his development? He got better every year until his 4th year in the league when he began to be considered with Farve, Warner and Manning. He may well have floundered under 75% of the coaching staffs in the league. You make it sound like the pats turned over a rock and manning popped out. He worked with BB, Rehbien, and Weis constantly to get better, when he was the 4th string qb. The pats recognized that talent and worked with it to develop him.
    I have said it before; you are one of the very best posters on this board. You consistently make outstanding points that people really can't argue with.. To bad you are Pats fan!!!!

    The truth is folks out here don't like what you wrote because to do so would mean that they have to accept that the Jets were AWFUL in their development of Sanchez....

    Indeed I have not heard of one objective observer of NFL football say that the Jets have done a good job of developing him.... Not One!!

    All Brady's development shows is how INCOMPETENT the Jets are!!! Sad and

    Good Grief!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    He's [Ross] been high on my list. Not that it matters.
    It matters to me my friend, it matters to me....

    Oh and I would be fine with Ross as well.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    What is this accidentally hit on Brady? How do you pick a player by accident?
    Was Brady better than thought of at that time, yes. But he did not come into the league with Manning's skill set, You don't think the patriots coaching staff had a lot to do with his development? He got better every year until his 4th year in the league when he began to be considered with Farve, Warner and Manning. He may well have floundered under 75% of the coaching staffs in the league. You make it sound like the pats turned over a rock and manning popped out. He worked with BB, Rehbien, and Weis constantly to get better, when he was the 4th string qb. The pats recognized that talent and worked with it to develop him.
    This thread is not about the Pats, stop trying to turn it into that. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post
    When the Jets end up with Scott Tanny-Cohen in the end, you'll see the Media FINALLY get a clue....


    This was an elaborate scam designed to insult Jets fans' intelligence.


    Woody was NEVER serious about getting a GM other than from within.


    He's nothing but a money-grubbing piece of horse-sh-t.
    No truer post has been seen at JI. Today really sucks. FU Woody for getting our hopes up. We discussed the GM position here a few weeks back and it was almost a consensus on Cohen taking over. But here comes Woody giving everyone the impression that he actually has a clue and WHAM!

    Right back to where we were a month and half ago. I bet you he put off the press conference just so he could stay in the headlines.

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    If this happens, the only logical explanation would be that the qualified candidates didnt want to deal with rex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traitor Jay & the Woodies View Post
    Enough to make you become a Giants fan. Yes, we got it.
    LOL. You really are obsessed.

    You're the one with a crashed plane avatar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ListerFiend View Post
    If this happens, the only logical explanation would be that the qualified candidates didnt want to deal with rex.
    This should be no shock to anyone. It's funny, go back and read the Gamble thread. Ray Ray and others were throwing out "i told you so's" when the word was the Jets and Gamble were close.

    But the truth is, no real GM was coming here. And if there was a chance, after todays presser it's gone.

    We are just a poor franchise that really never gets their guy. We always have to settle after everyone has walked away or turned us down.

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    Jason La Canfora ‏@JasonLaCanfora
    Hear that Scott Cohen was very impressive during interview today. Jets could end up promoting their assistant GM to GM



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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Jason La Canfora ‏@JasonLaCanfora
    Hear that Scott Cohen was very impressive during interview today. Jets could end up promoting their assistant GM to GM



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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Jason La Canfora ‏@JasonLaCanfora
    Hear that Scott Cohen was very impressive during interview today. Jets could end up promoting their assistant GM to GM


    such crap..we didn't hire a firm to recommend the ass hole who helped put us in this mess.

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    Rob Ryan tells @espn_macmahon, "I'll be out of work for like 5 minutes" http://wp.me/p14QSB-6SOz


    Jim Rome ‏@jimrome
    It's been like, 30 minutes. Why hasn't anyone hired Rob Ryan yet?

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