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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    NO. That's how Mark was ruined.
    Mark was not ruined by playing him too quickly. He was ruined because REX catered to his every whim and gave him the job with no competition! In the NFL today rookie QBs play! See: Russel Wilson; Cam Newton, and the beat goes on.

    In the MM WCO, Geno is much more suited to be the starter then Sanchez. Look at Geno's completion percentage last year. That WVa offense is very fast paced. MM's WCO will slow down the game for Geno. Sanchez has trouble with his pocket presence: Geno doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADemas View Post
    besides the idiotic coaches on offense, the main culprit to mishandling was providing him the worst Oline in the NFL. So now that you have something and a legitimate backfield with a great O coordinator, youre going to ruin another QBs career by throwing someone who is not more prepared than Aaron rodgers was (5 year backup) and not even as prepared as Capernick was (one year backcup). And why, because JI people have the worst football IQ, not just in football but want to see whats thrilling for them because they need to release their ballbag NOW, not in ten minutes.

    NO THANX. AND STOP POSTING until you have something inteligent to say.
    Is it your assumption that posting should be for intelligent minds only? Then you would be the only one posting and we would have no JI.

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    Geno. Mornhinweg probably sees Vick potential here. Rookie starters are the trend these days. Geno has the best legs of the bunch, faster than Tebow possibly.

    Garrard. Age 35, he's a flash-in-the-pan starter and a spotty backup. But a serviceable backup.

    Sanchez. It's tough to dump the QB with the most playoff experience. If Geno can wear No.6, maybe Rex can keep the tattoo.

    Tebow. He's virtually unnecessary for anything our offense can offer.

    McElroy & Simms. They're like burs hitching a ride on a team towel at this point. Why waste time with either one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    Seriously? Isn't this the same guy that cries to the mods about Pats fans and SAR? But that's cool?

    Wow.

    Just.

    Wow.
    Yeah. He was one of his biggest supporters but sg3 has completely turned on Mark. Happened after the Arizona game. Most people just want him to be released. sg3 wants to punish him by putting him on the PS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnysd View Post
    10. He is the most talented QB on the roster.

    9. He was almost drafted at pick 13, Geno said Jets were talking to his agent.

    8. He was the consensus #1 QB in the draft, and most thought only franchise QB potential player in the draft

    7. First and second round QB draft picks PLAY FIRST YEAR. The sit for a year philosophy is pretty much a relic of the past unless you go to a team with a franchise QB already like Rodgers did.

    6. He is more versatile than any QB on the Jets and can allow the Jets to incorporate pistol and read option elements to the offense

    5. Listening to MM press conference, Geno is his guy. I think MM has autonomy on offense and it makes sense to give him a QB that can realize his vision

    4. They drafted him. Drafting a first round QB is a very unusual move for a rebuilding team with a lame duck HC. Two possibilities: First, Rex gets a personal reset button with a new QB, and, second, MM is actually our next head coach in waiting

    3. Jimmy Clausen history lesson. He started as a rookie, sucked, and Carolina was able to get Cam the next year. Playing Geno and seeing what we have does not prevent a high QB pick next year, but not playing him makes it difficult since you don't know what you have in Geno

    2. He cannot possibly play worse than Sanchez last year. By any objective measure Sanchez was actually around the 34th or 35th best QB in the NFL meaning he was worse than all the starters and a handful of backups.

    1. The Jets franchise needs a new face. And needs to sell merchandise. Revis is gone, and Sanchez is reviled. They need a new poster child for the team and that is Geno

    No, all kinds of no. You're wrong about everything.

    Develop Geno. He's not ready. End thread from internet know-it-all.

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    We may go 0-16 if this kid is our starter on opening day. He is a project with a capital P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    The one difference he'd have going in his favor is he wouldn't be expected to bring a Super Bowl trophy to the NY Jets as a rookie QB, a ridiculous amount of pressure and unrealistic expectation. He'd be allowed to fail since no one has any expectations of the Jets this year, just like Eli was developed. Even so, by no means does he look ready.
    In NY no way, he'd have the spector of Teddy B and Johnny football (who IMO sucks ) with every bad game. Fans would turn on him in a New York heartbeat. Pressure and starting at QB go hand n hand regardless of where you play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Jet View Post
    Mark was not ruined by playing him too quickly. He was ruined because REX catered to his every whim and gave him the job with no competition! In the NFL today rookie QBs play! See: Russel Wilson; Cam Newton, and the beat goes on.

    In the MM WCO, Geno is much more suited to be the starter then Sanchez. Look at Geno's completion percentage last year. That WVa offense is very fast paced. MM's WCO will slow down the game for Geno. Sanchez has trouble with his pocket presence: Geno doesn't.
    Wrong , wrong , wrong , wrong , wrong on all levels.

    Rex didn't cater to Sanchez he used him to fufill his vison ( G&P) and win with defense. Too bad he and Tanny were too stubborn and ignored the aging talent on O and were too stupid to adjust when it was clear in 2011 it wasn't effective anymore.

    Comparing the WVU offense to Jets offense is like comparing a Porsche to Ford Fairmount. There;s nothing the Jets did in this draft to bolster the WCO ,its setting up to be another year of G&P. MM may have gotten his QB , but the skill set of the rest of this O is nauseating. And unfortunately, the knock on Geno is that he has pocket presence issues and smalll hands which led to many fumbles - can we say Sanchez like boys n girls.

    We may be heading in the right direction with MM and David Lee coaching up Geno. I feel much better with that than Cavanaugh and Sparano but I just having a sinking feeling Rex will still be reigning in the O like he did with Shotty. Its in his blood and the only way he knows how to coach.

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    Even without discussing our receivers, we don't have any runningbacks that are good receivers out of the backfield and we have nothing at tight end. All Qbs need "safety valves" at those positions, players you can dump off to when pressure is coming and/or your receivers are covered. Even more important for a rookie QB. Geno could be ruined being put into a situation like that.

    Gotta be patient and let him sit and hold the clipboard for while, that's what's best for him and the organization

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Are you guys saying that Geno should sit a year or that he will sit a year?

    I agree that he would benefit from sitting but I think he is going to start Game 1.
    Not sure I agree 100% but yes this is true. He might benefit from sitting a year but for all the reasons above will not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradis View Post
    No, all kinds of no. You're wrong about everything.

    Develop Geno. He's not ready. End thread from internet know-it-all.
    Not a single one of those points are wrong. It may very well be better for Geno to sit for a year or two, but it will not happen. He will start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADemas View Post
    besides the idiotic coaches on offense, the main culprit to mishandling was providing him the worst Oline in the NFL. So now that you have something and a legitimate backfield with a great O coordinator, youre going to ruin another QBs career by throwing someone who is not more prepared than Aaron rodgers was (5 year backup) and not even as prepared as Capernick was (one year backcup). And why, because JI people have the worst football IQ, not just in football but want to see whats thrilling for them because they need to release their ballbag NOW, not in ten minutes.

    NO THANX. AND STOP POSTING until you have something inteligent to say.
    Aaron Rodgers wasn't a five year backup.

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    IF Sanchez was given the job with only one year experience in college how does Geno Smith not be given the job after three years of starting in college?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnysd View Post
    10. He is the most talented QB on the roster.

    9. He was almost drafted at pick 13, Geno said Jets were talking to his agent.

    8. He was the consensus #1 QB in the draft, and most thought only franchise QB potential player in the draft

    7. First and second round QB draft picks PLAY FIRST YEAR. The sit for a year philosophy is pretty much a relic of the past unless you go to a team with a franchise QB already like Rodgers did.

    6. He is more versatile than any QB on the Jets and can allow the Jets to incorporate pistol and read option elements to the offense

    5. Listening to MM press conference, Geno is his guy. I think MM has autonomy on offense and it makes sense to give him a QB that can realize his vision

    4. They drafted him. Drafting a first round QB is a very unusual move for a rebuilding team with a lame duck HC. Two possibilities: First, Rex gets a personal reset button with a new QB, and, second, MM is actually our next head coach in waiting

    3. Jimmy Clausen history lesson. He started as a rookie, sucked, and Carolina was able to get Cam the next year. Playing Geno and seeing what we have does not prevent a high QB pick next year, but not playing him makes it difficult since you don't know what you have in Geno

    2. He cannot possibly play worse than Sanchez last year. By any objective measure Sanchez was actually around the 34th or 35th best QB in the NFL meaning he was worse than all the starters and a handful of backups.

    1. The Jets franchise needs a new face. And needs to sell merchandise. Revis is gone, and Sanchez is reviled. They need a new poster child for the team and that is Geno
    Geno will benefit after sitting a yr.. Atleast half of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    Even without discussing our receivers, we don't have any runningbacks that are good receivers out of the backfield and we have nothing at tight end. All Qbs need "safety valves" at those positions, players you can dump off to when pressure is coming and/or your receivers are covered. Even more important for a rookie QB. Geno could be ruined being put into a situation like that.

    Gotta be patient and let him sit and hold the clipboard for while, that's what's best for him and the organization
    Isn't Goodson a pretty good receiver? And McKnight's receiving skills were why he was drafted. Once had 11 catches in a game at USC. They drafted him to replace LT. Not sure coaching staff ever had a plan to develop him, or be ause the play we got at QB WR was so bad, but I can see McKnight playing Tavon Austin's skill set in the running game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleansweep2013 View Post
    Geno will benefit after sitting a yr.. Atleast half of it
    Again that might be true, but so many factors align to the Jets starting him. I also don't see why people were OK with Sanchez starting as a rookie, but think Geno needs to sit. Just becuase Sanchez lit it up in one bowl game, and Geno's team struggled down the stretch? I don't get it. He is a three year starter in an uptempo no huddle type offense but yet he needs to sit. Because he wasn't under center?

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    Why does anyone think they can make this type of prediction at this point? Sanchez is done but no need skip training camp and declare the kid the starting quaterback. Garrard's a smart, veteran quarterback and Geno would benefit from watching how a professional handles his business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    NO. That's how Mark was ruined.
    Is there any sane reason why if the Jets actually believe in Smith that they wouldn't let him develop.

    Ummm those comparing him to Luck and RG3 don't seem to realize he isn't those players and he wasn't as good as those players hence his drop in the draft.

    Ummm maybe this is why the Jets should in good conscious actually develop him for the pro game rather then play FF with him am to throw him out to NY and its unforgiving and unrealistic fan base.

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    reason no 1 to sit geno: he's a punk. end of story. could be the reason why he will fail too.

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