As of now, I would like too see this coaching staff return next year intact (except for some positional coaches). I doubt it happens.
But to defend Rex over one of the most ill-conceived Quarterbacking 101 learn the position schemes is foolish. It will never work, no matter the coach. The QB will either get it...or they will not. Lets hope Geno blossoms unders MM's system.
Last edited by RobR; 10-02-2013 at 11:33 PM.
How do you or anybody know when they did this in 09 with Sanchez, it was Rex' idea? How do you know it won't work, do you even know whether other teams have done something like it or similar? I can almost guarantee teams have deployed similar mechanisms to help a rookie QB, but because this was done for Sanchez, everybody is freaking out about it, it's complete BS.
That said, and as I said, MM and Lee are developing this QB, Rex is doing what he's supposed to do as a head coach, sending the message that the turnovers must stop, he's sharing that with the media, but there is no doubt the 3 of them, Rex, MM, and Lee have all reviewed this more than any of us know, and I have complete confidence in MM and Lee, established QB guru's to do the right thing.
This thread is completely unnecessary, other than the hits, and traffic it's creating on the site, so I guess for that, it's a good thing.
Fans need to chill the hell out!
Look, I'm sure Idzik is putting his brand on this team, and has worked with Rex and the entire regime about doing things a little differently, but to suggest Rex is just handstrapped, these are grown men, working for a professional franchise, stop with the baseless crap that there is some kind of romper room show and Idzik is just walking around with 10 lb testacles and Hitlerizing the coaching staff.
Rex is Rex, and sure, he's changed with what he does, and how he does it, as all HC's do, and for Rex, for some of those things, that is a good thing, it's not all Idzik, it's also Rex making adjustments to what he does, what he gives to the media, and how he does things as a HC, it's year 5, he too is making adjustments.
But the TMZ media needs a story, our paranoid SOJF fan base need a conspiracy theory!
Red light, green light only hinders a QB. One more thing to think about other than the play called. It's dumb, and has been mentioned by many analysts over the years since the Jets first employed its use.
how about bringing in a good quarterback for once?
I could care less what anybody said to him. That's a dumb argument. Don't you think the people in the stadium on gameday aren't saying the same exact thing, probably even worse? The players, everybody has to deal with that every week. If you can't deal with that and Rex obviously can't then don't show up there it's pretty simple. If you're somewhat famous and you go to an MMA event that's stacked with drunk idiots you're only asking for trouble. When was the last time Belichick went to a UFC event? What headcoach does that? This goofball needs to smarten up at some point. Such a joke.
Who is the moron/troll now? Dude you're so full of ****. First you try to come off like some attorney who stays calm at all times only to call me names a couple minutes later for no reason, now you're making this **** up to protect "your man". What a joke. No wonder you defend that man, pulling all this **** out of your ass trying to fool and attack the people you argue with your bull****. Keep it to yourself from now on.Ryan, in the Sunshine State for the Pro Bowl, was doing a ringside interview with a Showtime reporter piped through the arena. Through a raucous chorus of boos, he delivered one of his bold predictions: “I just want to tell everyone in Miami that we’re coming to beat you twice next year.”
That’s something Ryan’s Jets failed to do in 2009. They were beaten twice by the Dolphins.
Later, as the arena emptied, he raised the middle finger of his right hand at several Dolphins fans while wearing a big smirk on his face.
Yesterday, the larger than life coach, who is known to consume 7,000 calories a day, served himself a helping of crow.
“It was stupid and inappropriate,” Ryan said. “I wouldn’t accept that type of behavior from one of the coaches or players, and it’s unacceptable from me. I apologize to the Jets’ organization, the National Football League and NFL fans everywhere.”
Team General Manager Mike Tannenbaum said, “Rex showed extremely poor judgment, and his conduct was inappropriate. He knows he was wrong, has apologized and we have accepted his apology.”
The NFL said it would “look into” the possibility of fining Ryan. Tennessee Titans owner did the same thing to Buffalo Bills fans in November — and it cost him $250,000.
David M. Hildenbrand, the Dolphin fan who took the picture — an instant Internet sensation — told The Post that Ryan “was walking by us after the event and a couple buddies of mine said some things like, ‘Dolphins rule, Jets suck.’”
“[Ryan] looked at us and said, ‘Go f— yourselves,’ and then he gave us the finger.”
When Ryan flipped the bird to the group, a bunch of fans started shouting things at him like, “Manning whupped you.”
“He was being a smart ass,” Hildenbrand said. “That didn’t surprise me seeing the way he coaches and how he talks.”