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    Quote Originally Posted by jets31 View Post
    who is assistant HC?
    Rex's Tattoo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by adpz View Post
    Hell yeah - that's what I was thinking

    And wait - re: Weeks - we have an OLB coach???
    LOL we dont even have ay OLB's....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jets31 View Post
    I remember that as a kid. Why doesnt that have a fancy name like Buttfumble.

    Can we call it the "helmet fumble"
    How about this? The Head Snap.

    The play is overshadowed for a couple of reasons.

    1. Although it was part of a game that set the NFL back 20 years with a final score of 3-0, the Jets actually won the game. It was the last game the Jets would win in '93... They lost the last 3 games of the season. They needed an improbable upset by the Pats to get them into a win and in situation vs the Houston Oilers on that last Sunday night. The Oilers rested Warren Moon and started Cody Carleson instead. It set up perfectly for the Jets. Unfortunately, we were humiliated as the game was never competitive, losing 24-0. The Jets finished 8-8 and Coslet was canned.

    2. The play and season get buried in the flurry of embarrassments that were to follow over the next 3 seasons under Pete Carroll (the spike play and the 94 collapse) and the Kotite era (basically every game, usually featuring Bubby Brister)....

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    I have no opininion on any of these guys.

    i'll wait till a respected poster says something smart and I'll +1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaoulDuke View Post

    i'll wait till a respected poster says something smart and I'll +1.
    Everyone who posted before you in this thread just went "W T F?!"


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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    Everyone who posted before you in this thread just went "W T F?!"


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    waaiiiiitiiing

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    didn't the bellichicken play db at wesleyan? not a big name school but playing is better than bot.

    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    Bill Belichick never played College, let alone pro football. How would he know how to coach defense in the NFL??????

    Just to fuel some SOJF fire:

    From 2012:
    "OLB coach Jeff Weeks, Rex Ryan's old college roommate, "

    http://www.ganggreennation.com/2012/...return-in-2012

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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    I hate all these choices. Not one of them ever coached a team to the Super Bowl.







































    Am i doing it right SAR?
    LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfine350z View Post
    LOL!! "Who'r dese f**kin' guys?" Classic. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Sanjay and the rest of these scrubs should go light a candle. Wow, what an impressive list of coaches. F**k you.
    What's wrong with Morhinweg, Dunbar, and Thurman? Morhinweg and Dunbar are good coaches. You can see Wilkerson and Coples becoming animals before your eyes. That's Dunbar. Thurman was good in his previous role and has experience with Rex's system. That, and he won't be a leaker like Pettine.

    The rest of those guys are question marks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfine350z View Post


    Just about sums it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detectivekimble View Post
    What's wrong with Morhinweg, Dunbar, and Thurman? Morhinweg and Dunbar are good coaches. You can see Wilkerson and Coples becoming animals before your eyes. That's Dunbar. Thurman was good in his previous role and has experience with Rex's system. That, and he won't be a leaker like Pettine.

    The rest of those guys are question marks.
    Wish I were 20 years younger, as well as still possessing your enthusiasm and faith. Maybe it's my cynicism, but I'm just not feelin' those coaches, especially Sanjay.

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    Almost 3 months to the draft yet the SOJF whining brigade is in mid season form..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage69 View Post
    Almost 3 months to the draft yet the SOJF whining brigade is in mid season form..
    Like anyone here is really familiar with position coaches. Yes, the whining is in mid-season form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage69 View Post
    Almost 3 months to the draft yet the SOJF whining brigade is in mid season form..
    I prefer the term.."Same NEW Jets Fan"....

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    Who are these guys? I know Wilbert.

    Teryl Austin
    Secondary; born March 3, 1965, Sharon, Pa. Safety Pittsburgh 1984-87. No pro playing experience. College coach: Penn State 1991-92, Wake Forest 1993-95, Syrcause 1996-98, Michigan 1999-02, Florida 2010. Pro coach: Seattle Seahawks 2003-06, Arizona Cardinals 2007-09, joined Ravens in 2011.

    Clarence Brooks
    Defensive Line; born May 20, 1951, New York, N.Y. Guard Massachusetts 1970-73. No pro playing experience. College coach: Massachusetts 1976-80, Syracuse 1981-89, Arizona 1990-92. Pro coach: Chicago Bears 1993-98, Cleveland Browns 1999, Miami Dolphins 2000-04, joined Ravens in 2005.

    Jason Brooks
    Offensive Quality Control; born January 19, 1978, Amherst, Ma. No pro playing experience. College coach: Middle Tennessee State 2006, Norwich University 2008. Pro coach: Miami Dolphins 2007, joined Ravens in 2009.

    Jim Caldwell
    Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks; born January 16, 1955, Beloit, Wis. Defensive back Iowa 1973-76. No pro playing experience. College coach: Iowa 1977, Southern Illinois 1978-80, Northwestern 1981, Colorado 1982-84, Louisville 1985, Penn State 1986-92, Wake Forest 1993-00 (head coach). Pro coach: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2001, Indianapolis Colts 2002-11 (head coach 2009-11). Joined Ravens in 2012.

    Wade Harman
    Tight Ends; born October 1, 1963, Corydon, Iowa. Linebacker Drake 1985, Utah State 1986. No pro playing experience. College coach: Utah State 1987-91, Pacific 1992-95, Morningside 1996. Pro coach: Minnesota Vikings 1997-98, joined Ravens in 1999.

    Chris Hewitt
    Assistant Special Teams; born Kingston, Jamaica. Defensive back Cincinnati 1993-96. Defensive back New Orleans Saints 1997-99. College coach: Notre Dame 2003, Rutgers 2004-11. Joined Cardinals in 2012.

    Jim Hostler
    Wide Receivers; born November 7, 1966, Bethel Park, Pa. Cornerback Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1985-89. No pro playing experience. College coach: Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1990-99. Pro coach: Kansas City Chiefs 2000, New Orleans Saints 2001-02, New York Jets 2003-04, San Francisco 49ers 2005-07. Joined Ravens in 2008.

    Don Martindale
    Inside Linebackers; born May 19, 1963, Dayton, Ohio. Linebacker Defiance College 1984-96. College coach: Defiance 1987, Notre Dame 1994-95, Cincinnati 1996-98, Western Illinois 1999, Western Kentucky 2000-02. Pro coach: Oakland Raiders 2004-08, Denver Broncos 2009-10. Joined Ravens in 2012.

    Andy Moeller
    Offensive Line; born June 15, 1964. Linebacker University of Michigan. No pro playing experience. College coach: Army 1988-93, University of Missouri 1994-99, University of Michigan 2000-07. Pro coach: Joined Ravens in 2008.

    Ted Monachino
    Linebackers; born October 15, 1966, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Defensive lineman Missouri 1988-90. No pro playing experience. College coach: Texas Christian 1996-97, James Madison 1998, Southwest Missouri State 1999, Boise State 2000, Arizona State 2001-05. Pro coach: Jacksonville Jaguars 2006-09, joined Ravens in 2010.

    Wilbert Montgomery
    Running Backs; born September 16, 1954, Greenville, Miss. Running back Abilene Christian 1973-76. Pro running back Philadelphia Eagles 1977-84, Detroit Lions 1985. Pro coach: St. Louis Rams 1997-05, Lions 2006-07. Joined Ravens in 2008.

    Dean Pees
    Defensive Coordinator; born September 4, 1949, Dunkirk, Ohio. Attended Bowling Green. No college or pro playing experience. College coach: Findlay 1979-82, Miami (Ohio) 1983-86, Navy 1987-89, Toledo 1990-93, Notre Dame 1994, Michigan State 1995-97, Kent State 1998-03. Pro coach: New England Patriots 2004-09. Joined Ravens in 2010.

    Bob Rogucki
    Strength and Conditioning Coach; born September 27, 1953. No pro playing experience. College coach: Penn State 1981, Weber State 1982, Army 1983-89. Pro coach: Arizona Cardinals 1990-03, Jacksonville Jaguars 2004, Philadelphia Eagles 2006-07. Joined Ravens in 2008.

    Jerry Rosburg
    Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator; born November 24, 1955, Fairmont, Minn. Linebacker North Dakota State 1974-77. No pro playing experience. College coach: Northern Michigan 1981-86, Western Michigan 1987-91, Cincinnati 1992-95, Minnesota 1996, Boston College 1997-98, Notre Dame 1999-00. Pro coach: Cleveland Browns 2001-06, Atlanta Falcons 2007, joined Ravens in 2008.

    Craig Ver Steeg
    Senior Offensive Assistant; born September 11, 1960. No pro playing experience. College coach: Utah 1989 and 2001-02, University of Cincinnati 1990-93, Harvard 1994-95, Illinois 1997-00, Rutgers 2003-07. Pro coach: Chicago Bears 1996-97, joined Ravens in 2008.

    Todd Washington
    Assistant Offensive Line; born July 19, 1976, Onley, Va. College center/guard Virginia Tech 1994-97. Pro center/guard 1998-02 Tampa Bay Bucs, 2003-05 Houston Texans. College coach: University of San Diego 2007-10. Pro coach: Hartford Colonials (UFL) 2010. Joined Ravens in 2011.

    Matt Weiss
    Coach's Assistant; born March 1, 1983, New Haven, Conn. Punter Vanderbilt 2001-02. No pro playing experience. College coach: Stanford 2008. Pro coach: Joined Ravens in 2009.

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    Jets Announce Coaching Changes

    Just got this email.

    The New York Jets announced the hiring of Assistant Special Teams Coach Louie Aguiar, Tight Ends Coach Steve Hagen, Assistant Offensive Line Coach Ron Heller, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Pierre Ngo and Assistant Defensive Line/Linebackers Coach Jeff Weeks. Mike Devlin has been named offensive line coach. Offensive Line Coach Dave DeGuglielmo will not return and Assistant Tight Ends Coach Lance Taylor has accepted a position with the Carolina Panthers as their assistant wide receivers coach.

    Louie Aguiar (Utah State/Livermore, CA) begins his NFL coaching career after previously overseeing the Aguiar Kicking Academy that holds a pro/free agent camp for draft eligible and free agent athletes every spring. Entering the NFL in 1991, Aguiar spent time with the Jets (1991-93), Kansas City (1994-98), Green Bay (1999) and Chicago (2000). He played in 152 games and recorded a gross average of 41.2 yards on 758 punts. He was named a second-team all-pro in 1995.

    Mike Devlin (Iowa/Blacksburg, VA) moves over to coach the offensive line, after spending the previous five seasons as the tight ends/assistant offensive line coach. He initially joined the team in 2006. Prior to joining the Jets, Devlin served four seasons with Arizona, first as offensive quality control (2000) and then as the assistant offensive line coach. A former fifth-round selection by Buffalo in the 1993 NFL Draft, he played in 101 games over seven seasons, contributing to the Bills (1993-95) and the Cardinals (1996-99).

    Steve Hagen (Cal-Lutheran/Forest City, IA) joins the Jets after spending the previous four seasons as the tight ends coach for Cleveland. He also coached tight ends for the Browns from 2001-03 before moving to quarterbacks coach in 2004. Coaching primarily on the college level since 1984, Hagenís stops have included North Carolina (2007-08), Fresno State (2006), California (1999-2000), San Jose State (1997-98), Wartburg (1996), UNLV (1990, 1994-95), Nevada (1992-93), Kent State (1991), Notre Dame (1989-90), Northern Arizona (1987-88), Kansas (1985-86) and Illinois (1984). A wide receiver at Cal-Lutheran University, Hagen earned NAIA All-America honors as a senior.

    Ron Heller (Penn State/Miami, FL) joins the Jets after spending the previous season as the offensive line coach for the Omaha Nighthawks of the UFL. Beginning his coaching career in 2004, Heller has coached in NFL Europe (Amsterdam Admirals), the CFL (Toronto Argonauts), the NFL (Jacksonville Jaguars) and the UFL (Omaha). Initially a fourth-round pick of the Buccaneers in 1984, he played 12 seasons in the NFL with Tampa Bay, Philadelphia and Miami.

    Jeff Weeks (SW Oklahoma State/Bartlesville, OK) returns to the Jets after spending three seasons with the teamís defensive staff as a defensive assistant (2009), the outside linebackers coach (2010) and the assistant defensive line coach (2011). Prior to joining the Jets staff, Weeks has coached on both the college and NFL level since 1987. Weeks graduated from SW Oklahoma State (1985) after spending four years at NW Oklahoma State (1981-84), where he played wide receiver and received All-Oklahoma honors in 1982.

    Current New York Jets Coaching Staff:

    Rex Ryan (head coach), Ben Kotwica (special teams coordinator), Marty Morhinweg (offensive coordinator), Dennis Thurman (defensive coordinator), Louie Aguiar (assistant special teams), Mike Devlin (offensive line), Karl Dunbar (defensive line), Justus Galac (head strength and conditioning), Steve Hagen (tight ends), Ron Heller (assistant offensive line), Sanjay Lal (wide receivers), David Lee (quarterbacks), Anthony Lynn (running backs), Tim McDonald (defensive backs), Pierre Ngo (assistant strength and conditioning), Paul Ricci (assistant strength and conditioning), Brian Smith (assistant defensive backs), Jeff Weeks (assistant defensive line/linebackers).

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    Sorry just saw that it was posted already

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    Louie Aguiar??

    #4!!

    I was 10 when he was on the team, as I remember he drove me nuts, had some remarkably short punts in his career in green...
    Can anyone refresh my memory about one of his legendary duds?
    Last edited by Guy Incognito; 02-05-2013 at 08:46 PM.

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    Wow, at least see how it plays out before you all call the choices a total failure. If it's true, then all the Rex be gone folks will be a happy group next season

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