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    What Happened to Tom Moore?

    All this talk about his full time stay to put his 2 cents into the Jets Gameplan

    Vs. Washington and KC his input in the offensive gameplan/playcalling was evident and we were rolling.

    Vs. Philly and NYG we struggle offensively and it looks like the same putrid offense Schotty has been running the whole year.

    What happened?

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    Trust me Moore had nothing to do with Schotty calling 64 PASSING PLAYS!!!!!

    Lets put it this way how many times do you think PAYTON MANNING has attempted to throw more than 64 times in a game!!

    Try NEVER!!!!

    Good Grief
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    maybe the prussy whined and cried to daddy and his dad had a talk with woody. That is the only thing I can think of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    Trust me Moore had nothing to do with Schotty calling 64 PASSING PLAYS!!!!!

    Lets put it this way how many times do you think PAYTON MANNING has attempted to throw more than 64 time in a game!!

    Try NEVER!!!!

    Good Grief
    I'm sure Moore has enough sense and has seen enough of Sanchez that he couldn't think throwing 59 times would get us a victory. It is obvious that he faded to black and he doesn't have as much input into the offense. My question is what happened to him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlito1171 View Post
    I'm sure Moore has enough sense and has seen enough of Sanchez that he couldn't think throwing 59 times would get us a victory. It is obvious that he faded to black and he doesn't have as much input into the offense. My question is what happened to him?
    Your right I honestly feel it may have been that ice cream article and info that came out this week but that is just a feeling!!!

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    I think he gave suggestions to Schotty who promptly IGNORED THEM ALTOGETHER.

    Face it. It's Schitty's way or the highway as far as Brian goes.


    GET RID OF THIS ASSCLOWN.

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    Schotty could not stand the credit Moore was getting
    So he had to prove it was his offense
    He couldn't stand the fact that somebody else was getting the credit

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangers1 View Post
    Schotty could not stand the credit Moore was getting
    So he had to prove it was his offense
    He couldn't stand the fact that somebody else was getting the credit
    I really think that this is the truth.... Rather than Schotty learn something from a more experienced OC he ends being a whinner..

    It quite frankly is SICKENING!!!!

    GOOD GRIEF!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlito1171 View Post
    All this talk about his full time stay to put his 2 cents into the Jets Gameplan

    Vs. Washington and KC his input in the offensive gameplan/playcalling was evident and we were rolling.

    Vs. Philly and NYG we struggle offensively and it looks like the same putrid offense Schotty has been running the whole year.

    What happened?
    Because he was never involved. We played Washington and KC that's why it looked good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    I really think that this is the truth.... Rather than Schotty learn something from a more experienced OC he ends being a whinner..

    It quite frankly is SICKENING!!!!

    GOOD GRIEF!!!!
    I think what I said was the truth.

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    Everytime I see you guys write "Schitty" I can't help but crack up

    I don't remember a more fitting nick name for a coach ever hahahaha

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    You cant fix stupid (Sanchez)

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlito1171 View Post
    All this talk about his full time stay to put his 2 cents into the Jets Gameplan

    Vs. Washington and KC his input in the offensive gameplan/playcalling was evident and we were rolling.

    Vs. Philly and NYG we struggle offensively and it looks like the same putrid offense Schotty has been running the whole year.

    What happened?
    He doesn't have Peyton Manning to execute his game plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMCJETS View Post
    You cant fix stupid (Sanchez)
    You can't fix retard(Schitty) either.

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    there were some extra wrinkles thrown into the gameplan against Was and KC that weren't there before Tom Moore came here full time.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDL_JET View Post
    Because he was never involved. We played Washington and KC that's why it looked good.
    Washington embarrassed the Giants, and the Chiefs beat the undefeated Packers.

    That's not why.

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    Schotty will be fired. Count on It.

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    Marty Sr made the call to Woody, see ya later Moore and take a back seat.

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    I think Moore was 'allowed' to contribute on the first series: he made up the first fifteen 'scripted plays' which were supposed to have been a blueprint, and that worked really well (7 points) and since Schitty knows better, he switched it up and result, offense fizzles.

    If Rex really was frustrated with the offense in his presser, it will be interesting to see what happens next

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    To me the biggest indictment on the play calling was when we got the ball back at the 50 yard line with 5:39 remaining in the game and 3 TOs left. How in the world do you not attempt to run? We were averaging 4.2 yards a rush?

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