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Cohen. But I still have some hope for Gamble.
I really wnt to go out of house meaning gamble or another but we are jets so I am sure we stay inside and go with cohen.
Rex and Woody are going to have to plan on a "just-in-case" scapegoat for 2013...Cohen is that man!
I don't know who they are going to hire, the "insiders" have been wrong since this process began. First Gamble was a lock, then Caldwell, now Cohen.
I just hope for the best guy.
Cohen......believe it was Woody's choice from the start, evrything else has just been for show.
Where is the Scoops guy when you need him?
i'm thinking gamble is the guy and all of the other stuff is misdirection. even though it appears rex has woody's ear he has to know that he can't do it all and he needs to focus on preparing the team for game day. therefore he will need a gm who can focus on getting the players he needs for the team. and the 49ers aren't that far off from what kind of team the jets should be under ryan's defensive schemes.
To be honest I don't know squat about any of these guys and I don't pay attention to other teams front office personnel.
But what confuses me about what's transpired so far (keeping Ryan, letting go of Sparano & Cavanaugh, promoting Thurman to DC) is that don't these types of decisions usually involve the GM? If the Jets are making all these decisions without the input of the next GM who hasn't been hired yet, then MAYBE the next GM is already on the team and has already given his input? Scott Cohen?
Gambles's the guy.
I'll gamble on Ross.
I really want it to be Gamble, but have a feeling it will be Cohen.
The leaks about Gamble's "unimpressive" interview are worrying to me. Is this code for "he didn't like the set-up with Rex and Woody"?
Or - even if he didn't interview particularly well - why the hell should anyone in the room leak that info to the press? Not cool to do stuff like that, which could have serious consequences for the guy's reputation and career. If he didn't nail the interview, fine, don't hire him - but don't leak stuff to the press that could damage his chances elsewhere. That's simply not professional.
Fingers crossed the Gamble stuff is just uninformed chatter and that he gets the gig. Cohen, I think, is a good guy with a decent track record but it would be a disappointment if new blood isn't brought in to head the FO.
I'm still hoping for John Dorsey the Packers' director of football operations.