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    Geno had 4 bad plays

    Geno missed Nelson on the 1st series on 3rd and forever on the sideline, after the obligatory 1st down sack. He missed Nelson later on the in the 3rd down play inside our own 10 when Nelson threw his arms up on the poor pass. He missed Cumberland on a crossing route where he ditched the ball out of bounds. He then threw the terrible INT into double coverage. He gets zero help from a line with only 2 competent players, where he's always under a heavy rush. We do not have 1 player in the top 20 at his position in the league at any skill position (WR, RB, TE) and mind you there are only 32 teams. The whole offense is abysmal. Playing Simms is an utter waste as he will never be a starting QB in this league. While I am not enshrining Geno in Canton, let the kid play the last 4 games (with no pressure) and see if he has the potential ability to be a starter if we ever find a way to get a :LG, RG, RT, 2WR's, 2RB's and a TE.

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    11 1/2 games was enough for me, the entire cbs crew , and most Jet fans to realize geno sucks. You need 4 more games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie bell View Post
    Geno missed Nelson on the 1st series on 3rd and forever on the sideline, after the obligatory 1st down sack. He missed Nelson later on the in the 3rd down play inside our own 10 when Nelson threw his arms up on the poor pass. He missed Cumberland on a crossing route where he ditched the ball out of bounds. He then threw the terrible INT into double coverage. He gets zero help from a line with only 2 competent players, where he's always under a heavy rush. We do not have 1 player in the top 20 at his position in the league at any skill position (WR, RB, TE) and mind you there are only 32 teams. The whole offense is abysmal. Playing Simms is an utter waste as he will never be a starting QB in this league. While I am not enshrining Geno in Canton, let the kid play the last 4 games (with no pressure) and see if he has the potential ability to be a starter if we ever find a way to get a :LG, RG, RT, 2WR's, 2RB's and a TE.
    If our whole offense sucks then why play him? What in the world can he possibly learn? While I don't think this guy is going to make it, the best thing you can do for the guy is to sit him down. If you ever want him to succeed you can't keep putting him out there with this group. Again, I think he is the problem but those of you who want to see him grow are going to have to wait until next year. He is toast right now and playing not to make a mistake. He needs to take a seat. For his own sake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyJet View Post
    11 1/2 games was enough for me, the entire cbs crew , and most Jet fans to realize geno sucks. You need 4 more games?
    If you watched college ball, you knew he sucked.

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    I don't get what value there is to just take a seat at this juncture. Even Ray Lucas said the other day-let him out there and give him an opportunity to fail. Whoever thought he sucked in college didn't see him put up 700 yards vs. Baylor, although I concede his 2nd half of senior year was poor. Playing Simms or Garrard is just a waste. If there isn't some form of improvement in the next 4 weeks, you at least know what position the 1st round pick will be used for.

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    He had Zero good plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie bell View Post
    I don't get what value there is to just take a seat at this juncture. Even Ray Lucas said the other day-let him out there and give him an opportunity to fail. Whoever thought he sucked in college didn't see him put up 700 yards vs. Baylor, although I concede his 2nd half of senior year was poor. Playing Simms or Garrard is just a waste. If there isn't some form of improvement in the next 4 weeks, you at least know what position the 1st round pick will be used for.
    They did give him the opportunity and he FAILED. Enough of Geno at least for this year.

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    Four bad plays and no good plays. That's a problem.

    However, his attitude today merits leaving him behind the rest of the season. It looked like there was no fight in him, no desire to be a part of the team and no desire to admit that he ****ed up one too many times. If you need to see how that pans out just look around where you work at the person with the same piss poor attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie bell View Post
    I don't get what value there is to just take a seat at this juncture. Even Ray Lucas said the other day-let him out there and give him an opportunity to fail. Whoever thought he sucked in college didn't see him put up 700 yards vs. Baylor, although I concede his 2nd half of senior year was poor. Playing Simms or Garrard is just a waste. If there isn't some form of improvement in the next 4 weeks, you at least know what position the 1st round pick will be used for.
    I didn't see Smith against Baylor, but I did see him against Syracuse in the Bowl game last year and he was out-dueled by Eli's backup.

    I was in the camp of giving Smith the season and then re-evaluating during the off-season and working whether to draft a QB early in the draft to set up an old-fashioned QB duel, or a project QB to be groomed behind Smith.

    But as of this morning (my time), there's nothing to be gained either by the Jets or by Smith himself for him starting the next four games. It's clear his confidence is completely shot to bits. The game has not slowed down for him at all; in fact, it's probably accelerated, to the point where he can't complete a simple pass. It's also clear that he's working behind an o-line that's fallen down badly over the past few weeks and he has probably a bottom five set of receivers and TEs to work with.

    For his own sake, he should sit and let Simms absorb the punishment for the rest of the season, then come back in the OTAs and pre-season next year to work with (hopefully) a re-tooled offence where there will be a legitimate QB competition.

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    No Geno didn't fail his wr fail. Where is Kerley/Santonio/Hill/Nelson those are the one who are epic fail. sometimes I hate being a jet fan.

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    He had exactly zero good plays.

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    It's like saying "I only slept with 4 other girls besides you."
    Last edited by John_0515; 12-01-2013 at 10:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie bell View Post
    I don't get what value there is to just take a seat at this juncture. Even Ray Lucas said the other day-let him out there and give him an opportunity to fail. Whoever thought he sucked in college didn't see him put up 700 yards vs. Baylor, although I concede his 2nd half of senior year was poor. Playing Simms or Garrard is just a waste. If there isn't some form of improvement in the next 4 weeks, you at least know what position the 1st round pick will be used for.
    He played in a spread offense with immensely talented skill players, in a conference that is known to churn out some of the worst defenses in college football. You could tell by his performance in the pinstripe bowl that he's not a QB that can play in the northeast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie bell View Post
    Geno missed Nelson on the 1st series on 3rd and forever on the sideline, after the obligatory 1st down sack. He missed Nelson later on the in the 3rd down play inside our own 10 when Nelson threw his arms up on the poor pass. He missed Cumberland on a crossing route where he ditched the ball out of bounds. He then threw the terrible INT into double coverage. He gets zero help from a line with only 2 competent players, where he's always under a heavy rush. We do not have 1 player in the top 20 at his position in the league at any skill position (WR, RB, TE) and mind you there are only 32 teams. The whole offense is abysmal. Playing Simms is an utter waste as he will never be a starting QB in this league. While I am not enshrining Geno in Canton, let the kid play the last 4 games (with no pressure) and see if he has the potential ability to be a starter if we ever find a way to get a :LG, RG, RT, 2WR's, 2RB's and a TE.
    Seriously Eddie go to hell. Just go to hell.

    With Geno at QB this team is not watchable let alone competitive.

    He has already had far more opportunities to fail than he deserved.

    Let's give Simms reps with the first team and a game or two as a starter before we give him the hook.

    With greater stability and better play from our QB perhaps we can evaluate our other offensive players before we have to make decisions in free agency and the draft.

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    start simms sit geno he has missed opened receivers that right there kills the team

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Hasty View Post
    Seriously Eddie go to hell. Just go to hell.

    With Geno at QB this team is not watchable let alone competitive.

    He has already had far more opportunities to fail than he deserved.

    Let's give Simms reps with the first team and a game or two as a starter before we give him the hook.

    With greater stability and better play from our QB perhaps we can evaluate our other offensive players before we have to make decisions in free agency and the draft.
    Let me Evaluate: Nelson-slow/broken/scrap heap. Salas-Scrap heap all star. Hill-Always hurt, cant catch, cant run routes. Holmes-Dog/Broken down. Cumberland-Cant catch. Winslow-Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetFanMD View Post
    Let me Evaluate: Nelson-slow/broken/scrap heap. Salas-Scrap heap all star. Hill-Always hurt, cant catch, cant run routes. Holmes-Dog/Broken down. Cumberland-Cant catch. Winslow-Done.
    You forgot Holmes - sand in his vagina

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    [QUOTE=section314;5079977]If you watched college ball, you knew he sucked.[/QUOTE

    Agreed...I watch college football here and there and tbh never saw allot of Geno but heard a ton of hype early last season. When I finally did get around to watching a few WV games all I ever saw the kid do was hit WIDE open receivers and throw screens. Yes he has a cannon arm, yeah he can run a little bit...but the kid just does not have a competent understanding of the game and is still trying to develop that on the fly...the problem is he is REGRESSING.

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