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    West Coast Offense and the draft.

    The Jets new GM John Idzik personally hired the new Jets OC Marty Morningweg. Rex Ryan won't have the influence he had in the draft. Marty Morningweg is a West Coast Offense specialist having worked with Steve Young, Brett Favre and MIchael Vick in WCO:

    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/jets/...OMn16CzzaXioMK

    Possible WCO draft targets

    First round

    Pick 9. Offensive guard, Womack

    Pick13, TE Tyler Effert

    2nd round

    WR Robert Woods

    3rd round
    QB Landry Jones. Perfect WCO QB and Bill Polian has called him the best QB in the draft.

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    effert might be a reach for us at 13.

    yes he is a great player and best TE in draft, but i believe other needs need to be filled first. go after ertz from stand ford in round 2

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    Who is Effert?

    And what the hell is Stand ford?

    Geez.

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    Quote Originally Posted by long island leprechaun View Post
    Who is Effert?

    And what the hell is Stand ford?

    Geez.
    He puts out a good effort.

    And don't forget singing OG Chance "Bobby" Womack.

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    The Jets new GM John Idzik personally hired the new Jets OC Marty Morningweg. Rex Ryan won't have the influence he had in the draft. Marty Morningweg is a West Coast Offense specialist having worked with Steve Young, Brett Favre and MIchael Vick in WCO:

    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/jets/...OMn16CzzaXioMK

    Possible WCO draft targets

    First round

    Pick 9. Offensive guard, Womack
    Pick13, TE Tyler Effert

    2nd round

    WR Robert Woods

    3rd round
    QB Landry Jones. Perfect WCO QB and Bill Polian has called him the best QB in the draft.
    LOL @ Warmack being a good fit for the WCO

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgivs21 View Post
    LOL @ Warmack being a good fit for the WCO
    Exactly. This message board through the years should be called jets outsider.com. Because the level of stupidity and football knowledge is probably worse than my ten year old nephew. No wonder the mods start their own section. Listening to 85 percent of posters knowledge bleeds my ears, yet I suffer pre draft week for on par news.
    Last edited by ADemas; 04-23-2013 at 11:14 AM.

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    WCO doesn't matter anymore. It's just terminology. Philly's WCO is basically the opposite of what it was in Frisco. Much more deep passing and maulers on the O-line instead of mobile guys.

    Warmack definitely fits in with what Philly did offensively up front. Cooper fits in with everything so I'd prefer him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajensen088 View Post
    The Jets new GM John Idzik personally hired the new Jets OC Marty Morningweg. Rex Ryan won't have the influence he had in the draft. Marty Morningweg is a West Coast Offense specialist having worked with Steve Young, Brett Favre and MIchael Vick in WCO:

    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/jets/...OMn16CzzaXioMK

    Possible WCO draft targets

    First round

    Pick 9. Offensive guard, Womack

    Pick13, TE Tyler Effert

    2nd round

    WR Robert Woods

    3rd round
    QB Landry Jones. Perfect WCO QB and Bill Polian has called him the best QB in the draft.
    That would turn a frown upside Down.

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    We bring in Marty Marty Mornhinweg as Offensive coordinator and a new offensive system is going to be installed this year and we are going to draft players that will fit this new system.

    The question that I have is if we draft players that fit the west coast offense then we end up firing Rex Ryan and the whole staff , we will have a new coach with a new offensive philosophy setting us back another couple of years with miss fitting pieces on offense.

    Does this make any sense?

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    IMHO a viable "system" should be plastic enough to suite the players rather than forcing the players to suite the system. I like Warmack, L. Jones not so much.

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    Lotta options with WCO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    And don't forget singing OG Chance "Bobby" Womack.
    He'll knock you Across 110th Street.

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    The WCO is a route tree, it has nothing to do with line play other than the TE more often than not is not used as an inline blocker.

    The WCO is not predicated on Whether the o-line blocks in a zone or against an individual based on the def front alignment.

    The WCO can also be run as a one back or two back offense, however the fullback is primarily a receiving option ala Tom Rathman/Larry Centers.

    Cooper is more of a fit for the ZBS and Wamack for a man blocking scheme. But either is talented and smart enough to play in both. Cooper as a center in a MBS will be more challenged as the line calls will change based on the def front shown.
    Last edited by patman; 04-23-2013 at 03:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIJetsFan View Post
    IMHO a viable "system" should be plastic enough to suite the players rather than forcing the players to suite the system. I like Warmack, L. Jones not so much.
    "Suite" the players? Which ones... Effert and Womack. How about Larry Warlord? And where will the suite be? The Hyatt? Maybe it will be on a campus, like stand ford or prince toon or clem's son...

    What happened to the English language since yesterday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by long island leprechaun View Post
    "Suite" the players? Which ones... Effert and Womack. How about Larry Warlord? And where will the suite be? The Hyatt? Maybe it will be on a campus, like stand ford or prince toon or clem's son...

    What happened to the English language since yesterday?

    Ha, good one. You got me on a spelling error. Would you like to talk football now?

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    I thought OP wuz calling out a mod?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bgivs21 View Post
    LOL @ Warmack being a good fit for the WCO
    I didn't know that the WCO specified picking up guards in the top 10. This guy's a lunatic if he expects us to believe that. Besides we have a more glaring need arguably at passrusher than guard. I thought this draft was deep in OL especially guards. Jets can pick up Cooper/Warmack with their second 1st rounder or even trade down. What an idea!! We can get a guard in the 2nd round... what a concept!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGERMIKE View Post
    I thought OP wuz calling out a mod?

    He wants me to close the windows...the draft is making him chilly.


    true stor...ahhh raspberries

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    Quote Originally Posted by FijiJet View Post
    I didn't know that the WCO specified picking up guards in the top 10. This guy's a lunatic if he expects us to believe that. Besides we have a more glaring need arguably at passrusher than guard. I thought this draft was deep in OL especially guards. Jets can pick up Cooper/Warmack with their second 1st rounder or even trade down. What an idea!! We can get a guard in the 2nd round... what a concept!!
    When the Jets made the playoffs in 2009 and 2010 that had pro bowl guards in Alan Fanaca and Brandon Moore. Chance Womack has rare qualities in that he can run and pass block. He can also trap and pull, a coveted quality in the WCO running game:

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/2013/profil...ack?id=2539194

    'Mobile enough to effectively trap and pull, regularly negates targets coming into the hole and flattens defensive backs in his path'.

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