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    That Was a Game That Herman Edwards LOSES

    Notice how when the Jets needed to get aggressive with the playcalling, they did?

    Notice how there were no bonehead decisions?

    Notice how the words "clock management" haven't been uttered in any Jets game this season?

    Notice how the defense got stronger as the game went on, not weaker?

    Notice how none of the guys were huffing and puffing in the fourth quarter?

    Notice how poised the team was when facing first quarter adversity?

    Thank God for Eric Mangini. A return to normal, average NFL head coaching.

    SAR I
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    well said

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Thank God for Eric Mangini. A return to normal, average NFL head coaching.

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    Average?

    With this group of players, calling his performance to date average is a bit of a disservice IMO...

    Time will tell what he eventually brings to the table, but he's done well above average as a rookie HC to date.

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    Amen. A good example was I think the second TD?, Chad to Baker.

    Great gutsy call, everyone was looking right with the play fake, and Chad goes left to a wide open Baker.

    With Herm it would have been an inside hand off to Martin for the stuff at the 1.

    Plus the game time coaching adjustments made by Mangini, Schott and the staff were top notch, excellent work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwave81
    Average?

    With this group of players, calling his performance to date average is a bit of a disservice IMO...

    Time will tell what he eventually brings to the table, but he's done well above average as a rookie HC to date.
    Hook, line, and sinker!

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    had herm been here we would have settled for a field goal before the half..and played it close until the bills won the game..

    there are no more moral victories for this team when it loses anymore..

    losing is now unacceptable..unlike when herm was here it was readily acceptable as long as it was a close game

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    I agree totally. One side note. Why did Buffalo stop running the ball? We never really stopped them, they just got away from doing what they did best.

    Very good game by Mangini, not giving up on the run just cause it doesnt' really work. At least it keeps the play action working, which is one of Chad's real stregnthes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chirorob
    I agree totally. One side note. Why did Buffalo stop running the ball? We never really stopped them, they just got away from doing what they did best.

    Very good game by Mangini, not giving up on the run just cause it doesnt' really work. At least it keeps the play action working, which is one of Chad's real stregnthes.
    We got a lead and they couldn't burn the clock in the 4th quarter. That's why maybe the biggest call of the game was going for it on 4th and 1 and executing it. We made the game go into the hands of Losman rather then Mcgahee. Anyone notice that Losman tends to hold the ball a little too long? Also, the final play of the Bills Offense was so pathetically underthrown it wasn't even funny.

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    Absolutely. Herm's BBQ sauce wouldn't have been able to bring this team back to life. Mangini and co. have the team playing a lot harder and smarter than they ever have in the past 5 years. I'm excited for what's ahead, and they have shown so much already.

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    Herm would have lost that game because he would have drafted Leinart and Penningtons career would be over after a 3rd torn rotator cuff today.

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    [QUOTE= Anyone notice that Losman tends to hold the ball a little too long? QUOTE]

    Anyone notice that the Jets have no pass rush?

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Notice how when the Jets needed to get aggressive with the playcalling, they did?

    Notice how there were no bonehead decisions?

    Notice how the words "clock management" haven't been uttered in any Jets game this season?

    Notice how the defense got stronger as the game went on, not weaker?

    Notice how none of the guys were huffing and puffing in the fourth quarter?

    Notice how poised the team was when facing first quarter adversity?

    Thank God for Eric Mangini. A return to normal, average NFL head coaching.

    SAR I
    Notice that Kellen Clemens didn't play at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREENBLOODBLITZ
    Notice that Kellen Clemens didn't play at all?
    Why would he? He's inactive.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Notice how none of the guys were huffing and puffing in the fourth quarter?

    D-Rob was

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Why would he? He's inactive.

    SAR I


    He was inactive because he is the 3rd QB ... the 3rd qb is allways listed as inactive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Notice how when the Jets needed to get aggressive with the playcalling, they did?

    Notice how there were no bonehead decisions?

    Notice how the words "clock management" haven't been uttered in any Jets game this season?

    Notice how the defense got stronger as the game went on, not weaker?

    Notice how none of the guys were huffing and puffing in the fourth quarter?

    Notice how poised the team was when facing first quarter adversity?

    Thank God for Eric Mangini. A return to normal, average NFL head coaching.

    SAR I
    Notice how we've had no dumb penalties (12 men on the field / delay of game sort of things) through 3 games this season? No time outs because there weren't enough players on the field?

    On a side note about today's game ... how about that 4th quarter drive to ice the game? Going for it on 4th and 1 AND CONVERTING, rather than punting; and continuing to hammer away for a TD rather than a 'safe' FG. THAT is coaching, and THAT is execution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Notice how when the Jets needed to get aggressive with the playcalling, they did?

    Notice how there were no bonehead decisions?

    Notice how the words "clock management" haven't been uttered in any Jets game this season?

    Notice how the defense got stronger as the game went on, not weaker?

    Notice how none of the guys were huffing and puffing in the fourth quarter?

    Notice how poised the team was when facing first quarter adversity?

    Thank God for Eric Mangini. A return to normal, average NFL head coaching.

    SAR I
    What a great feeling. That 4th and 1 was a big big deal. Chad got FOUR. That means someone (coach or player) got the LB's out of the way.

    I'm gonna go paint the dog green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive
    What a great feeling. That 4th and 1 was a big big deal. Chad got FOUR. That means someone (coach or player) got the LB's out of the way.

    I'm gonna go paint the dog green.
    that 4th and 1 won the game!!!!

    and mangold was pancaking people near the goal line later in that drive!!!

    now go paint your dog green!!!

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    I agree with everything said, much better than average coaching. Good playcalling, a solid drive to ice the game without playing for a field goal. The only thing that concerned me was that onside kick, that was a special team boner, Chattam should have known better.

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    When the coach is not a moron, it does wonders. Mangini, IMO, is a very smart coach. Huge difference with Herm.

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