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And that says everything about this organization.
It'll be Cohen, because the right move would be Gamble.
Voted for Gamble but its probably Rob Ryan he loves the HC
And we'll be a laughingstock because of it and will be looking for both a H.C. and G.M. in 2014.
Caldwell is gone. We lose out on Gamble because he gets tired of waiting on the Jets. By default Cohen is the last man standing. But everyone knows he was only a courtesy interview and it would be a disaster for both the Jets and Korn/Ferry if Cohen is the hire. So, Bill Polian, who by this point just feels sorry for the lameness of Jets Management agrees to become GM and train Cohen to take over for him in 2 years.
Rex Ryan, Cohen will be sitting in the GM seat but Rex Ryan will be calling the shots.
What if he brings Rob Ryan?
I voted Marc Ross because I am hopeful that is our guy...when this whole search started my top options were Caldwell and Ross as 1A/1B options, followed by Dorsey from Green Bay and then Gamble. Cohen I really don't know much about, and even though he may be a quality candidate, it just wouldn't sit right that the guy who Tannenbaum has been grooming will take over, I fear things wouldn't change much. I wanted guys from winning, well-run organizations like the Giants, Steelers, Packers, etc. to get the Jets going in the right direction.
Because only the Jets could find a way to **** this up.
We will be begging to bring Tannenbaum back.
This whole thing has become one big cluster ****.
It'll be Cohen, because we're the Jets.
I still think it will be Gamble. Maybe Caldwell was the top choice, but ultimately you can't ignore recommendations from Polian & Korn/Ferris (although I am questioning Woody's sanity after seeing the presser).
It's been Cohen all along. The 'search' was a red herring supposed to make the fans feel like we did diligence but will just make the Jets look more pathetic.
At this point, they might as well make SAR the GM.
Brian Gaine from the Dolphins.