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    Will Mornhinweg last the season?

    "A broken clock is right twice a day"


    Here's how it will go with Marty:



    If the Jets are playing against a defense that allows the pass, and the weather conditions are right for passing (clear skies, no wind, dry field, healthy recievers) then Mornhinweg will look like he knows what he's doing and the Jets may actually win the game.

    BUT...

    If the Jets are playing against a defense that's tough against the pass, and/or the weather conditions aren't ideal for passing (heavy rain, icy field, snow, heavy wind, injured recievers) then he's gonna look like the amateurish fool that he is because he's gonna CONTINUE TO TRY AND THROW THE BALL EVEN THOUGH IT ISN'T WORKING!



    Mornhinweg is basically "Schottenheimer 2.0", because he has no ability to adapt his gameplan to realtime conditions, nor is he able to see what he has to do based on what the defense is giving him. So sometimes he's gonna seem like he knows what he's doing (defense allows pass, plus good weather conditions) and sometimes he's gonna look like he has no business on the sideline (defense tough against the pass, poor weather conditions for passing). Last night he had no idea what he was doing out there... NONE! He needed to go run-heavy in that game and refused to do it because he likes passing the ball (regardless of whether he can or not!). This guy is gonna get himself run out of town on a rail pretty soon. Wouldn't be surprised if Idzik or Rex fires him and promotes a line coach or receivers coach to OC before the season is over.


    "Even a broken clock is right twice a day". The is Marty Mornhinweg PRECISELY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billygreen View Post
    "A broken clock is right twice a day"


    Here's how it will go with Marty:



    If the Jets are playing against a defense that allows the pass, and the weather conditions are right for passing (clear skies, no wind, dry field, healthy recievers) then Mornhinweg will look like he knows what he's doing and the Jets may actually win the game.

    BUT...

    If the Jets are playing against a defense that's tough against the pass, and/or the weather conditions aren't ideal for passing (heavy rain, icy field, snow, heavy wind, injured recievers) then he's gonna look like the amateurish fool he is because he's gonna CONTINUE TO TRY AND THROW THE BALL EVEN THOUGH IT ISN'T WORKING!



    Mornhinweg is basically "Schottenheimer 2.0", because he has no ability to adapt his gameplan to realtime conditions, nor is he able to see what he has to do based on what the defense is giving him. So sometimes he's gonna seem like he knows what he's doing (defense allows pass, plus good weather conditions) and sometimes he's gonna look like he has no business on the sideline (defense tough against the pass, poor weather conditions for passing). Last night he had no idea what he was doing out there... NONE! He needed to go run-heavy in that game and refused to do it because he likes passing the ball (regardless of whether he can or not!). This guy is gonna get himself run out of town on a rail pretty soon. Wouldn't be surprised if Idzik or Rex fires him and promotes a line coach or receivers coach to OC before the season is over.


    "Even a broken clock is right twice a day". The is Marty Mornhinweg PRECISELY.
    They should have kept running Ivory.

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    I like the west coast offense and the pass play design, but like you said we need a play caller who understand when it's the right time to run and pass.

    MM was way too pass-happy in the 4th quarter last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bman View Post
    They should have kept running Ivory.
    Agreed.

    But "Will Mornhinweg last the season?"... this thread is ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billygreen View Post
    "A broken clock is right twice a day"


    Here's how it will go with Marty:



    If the Jets are playing against a defense that allows the pass, and the weather conditions are right for passing (clear skies, no wind, dry field, healthy recievers) then Mornhinweg will look like he knows what he's doing and the Jets may actually win the game.

    BUT...

    If the Jets are playing against a defense that's tough against the pass, and/or the weather conditions aren't ideal for passing (heavy rain, icy field, snow, heavy wind, injured recievers) then he's gonna look like the amateurish fool that he is because he's gonna CONTINUE TO TRY AND THROW THE BALL EVEN THOUGH IT ISN'T WORKING!



    Mornhinweg is basically "Schottenheimer 2.0", because he has no ability to adapt his gameplan to realtime conditions, nor is he able to see what he has to do based on what the defense is giving him. So sometimes he's gonna seem like he knows what he's doing (defense allows pass, plus good weather conditions) and sometimes he's gonna look like he has no business on the sideline (defense tough against the pass, poor weather conditions for passing). Last night he had no idea what he was doing out there... NONE! He needed to go run-heavy in that game and refused to do it because he likes passing the ball (regardless of whether he can or not!). This guy is gonna get himself run out of town on a rail pretty soon. Wouldn't be surprised if Idzik or Rex fires him and promotes a line coach or receivers coach to OC before the season is over.


    "Even a broken clock is right twice a day". The is Marty Mornhinweg PRECISELY.
    If that is true, then how do you manage to be wrong all of the time???

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    Two games in and we're already calling for the head of the OC?

    Worst f'ing fanbase in the world.....

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    Sparano lasted the season, but you're asking if Marty will last the season? Dump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaJet View Post
    Two games in and we're already calling for the head of the OC?

    Worst f'ing fanbase in the world.....
    How many of these stupid threads is this clown going to put up?


    Dump and ban

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    At least we didn't run the wildcat.

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    Classic stuff. 2 weeks ago he was the best OC we had since the Parcell era.

    This season is one big evaluation. Is Rex the guy to lead this team in the Idzik era, Is Geno the qb to lead this team in the Idzik era etc.

    As of today, and this can change because there is 14 games left, I see us with a new coach and a 1st round qb in next years draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    If that is true, then how do you manage to be wrong all of the time???
    That was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bman View Post
    They should have kept running Ivory.
    You know that, I know that, millions of fans watching the game last night know that, but our high-priced offensive coordinator doesn't know that...

    If the Jets can pass the ball he'll look like a genius. If the Jets can't pass the ball he'll look like Sparano. I got a feeling he's gonna look more like Sparano than a genius around here.

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    EXTREMELY MAD AT THIS OC!

    http://www.jetsinsider.com/forums/th...MAD-AT-THIS-OC!

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    Ivory was running with a purpose. I have no idea why they kept feeding Powell the ball at the end. And BoHannon is good, but not as a single back. That was a bad call too. He did get the first down. Ivory needs more touches.

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    Let's see. Last year guys were NEVER open. There were never any missed plays because none of the plays ever resulted in a player getting open via the scheme. It was all based on a "beat your man" mentality, and we didn't have guys that would beat their man. This year guys are open all over the field. If Hill and Gates could hold on to the ball we win the game. If Geno makes a better throw to Powell down the sideline or sees Hill wide open in the seam in the EZX we win this game. If all those things were executed well we win this game RUNNING AWAY! Could we have gone to more running plays? Sure I agree. You can second guess every call of every game. But we didn't lose due to the offensive scheme. The scheme put us in a great position to succeed. The players didn't execute. Period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    If that is true, then how do you manage to be wrong all of the time???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsCrazey View Post
    I like the west coast offense and the pass play design, but like you said we need a play caller who understand when it's the right time to run and pass.

    MM was way too pass-happy in the 4th quarter last night.
    What in the world was he doing??? Our receivers couldn't hold on to the ball in a driving rainstorm and our OL was allowing defenders to run free at our rookie QB, what the hell was Mornhinweg doing passing the ball in that situation when the run was working so well?

    There's no answer. The man's not an OC, he's a receivers coach that likes to throw the ball no matter what. We're about half doomed here with this guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    How many of these stupid threads is this clown going to put up?


    Dump and ban

    Excuse me, you have a Fireman Ed avatar, shouldn't you be in Miami?

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
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    EXTREMELY MAD AT THIS OC!

    http://www.jetsinsider.com/forums/th...MAD-AT-THIS-OC!

    It's trolling to be mad at the Offensive Coordinator? It's trolling to point out the obvious with this guy that every Eagles fan already knows?

    You need to take off your Nazi armband and allow free discussion around here Mr. Himmler

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    You people are insane MM called a good game the execution was poor gates was open deep geno under threw both balls one bounces off his chest no help from gates there. The second throw which was picked if thrown well could have gone for six as he had the db beat and the safety was out of position under throw and picked. the weather had nothing to do with it we have guys that dont catch well. free agents have warts look at the pats recievers doing the same thing. Bad plays by Geno and Gates and Hill killed us all day. Geno needs to plant that foot and throw with authority i know easier said then done buy a rookie. Dont blame Marty fro this loss if he ran and we got stuffed you would be crying that they should have passed the ball. I you want to complain about MM ask why he didnt attack there safties with our TE's.Thats a legit argument and his defense would be did you see all the free runners we had on the corners and we missed them all day. Geno had a bad game move on he is a rookie if he dosent improve he will be gone fast if he does he has potential to be really good.

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