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Discussion in 'AFC East Rivals' started by Galant, Sep 13, 2020.
Because sometimes, you just need a laugh.
And to kick things off for the 2020 season check out this little segment from NBC:
3:54 What? Say what? Based on what? No we haven't.
4:03 That's exactly what he says! Tebow? Did you forget Tannehill and the Dolphins?
4:31 I agree. Not a lot. Jets need to move on and not waste any more of Darnold's time and career.
Gase couldn’t lead a drop of rain to the ground. He fooled me the first year in Miami but when you really think about it...
Cutler played in the weakest division in the NFL. Hecwas bound to have a good year.
Tebow, like him or not is a winner. He finds a way to win. Gase had nothing to do with that.
Manning? Uh, anyone really going to say Gase had anything to do with this legrnd’s success in Denver?
Tannehill? Same quarterback two different teams and Vrabel was able to get from Tannehill what Gase couldn’t.
And now folks seem to believe he’s going to be develop Darnold into a league leading quarterback?
I don’t think so
That fan base is hunting for Gases head..lol
Like seriously how can a professional franchise make that kind of mistake..
Our mistake hiring was bad enough but theirs right after he gets fired is just mind bottling as Ron burgundy would say
If Tebow was a winner he would have been starting in the NFL much longer.
I can honestly say hes worse than Mark Sanchez.
Tim Tebow is the worst pocket passing quarterback I have ever seen in the NFL.
Language warning on the below video:
Give Gase an extension. I'll have to admit I was a little worried that he would turn out to be a good coach. Thankfully I was right and he's a dumpster fire.
That team just gets worse and worse, players are alienated and unhappy and Darnold looks like a total bust.
I am still baffled that they saw Gase 2x times a year, saw Miami fire him and think "man, we need some of that dysfunction here!"
Does Gase survive the season?
I'm going to say no.
So our division will soon have Cam, Tua, Allen & Lawrence. Yikes.
Watching the jets implode again is great, but the thought of them getting lawrence makes me angry
Yes he is. But he had a good jump pass, so there's that.
Darnold is trash.
Well, you can tell its a Gase coached team. Undisciplined football all around. Tons of penalties.
Well it looks like his shoulder is.
Heck of a play by Jeudy.
How does Gase still have a job?
From what everyone is saying he won't much longer and if he loses tonight it may happen tomorrow.
reports from the NY media are that a decision has been to NOT fire Gase this season, no matter what happens.
Thinking is that disrupting the continuity will badly affect Darnold.
Me. I personally feel bad for Darnold, but apart from that this is the best news since the Giants beat the 16-0 Patsies in the SB.
Heard that too. But last night I saw a poorly coached team. I saw the most undisciplined team perhaps that I have ever seen. 6 personal fouls!? How can that happen?
He is done. Sometime today it's over.
He is with Gase but could have success with better coaching.Hate to use the T word,but that guy in Tennessee is doing mo' better now.
All what I can say is that Gase has continued the standard he set at the Dolphins
1) Atrocious OL play. People who have played college OL have commented this is directly attributable to the low impact practices he runs.
2) Bad discipline across the team. From penalties to poor routes to missing blocking assignments. Standards are not being enforced. Doesn’t matter what you say about discipline, you have to enforce it.
3) Really horrible game planning. He seems to think his schemes are so genius no one else has the capacity to pick up his tendencies.
4) An unwillingness to change. For one example: No matter how often WR screens are demonstrated to be garbage he calls the continuously.
5) He plays favorites in the locker room, which sooner or later causes the locker room to tune him out.
6) He throws players under the bus in news conferences “We have to execute better” never “I need to adjust our schemes”.
At this point I think Joe Philbin is a superior coach to Gase. Philbin had his problems, but he left behind a team that was just about competent if uninspiring. After Gase the Dolphins were a smoking ruin, and with the Jets he’s bouncing the rubble.
If the Jets are gunning for Trevor Lawrence, keeping Gase at HC makes sense.
The Jets are 750:1 to win the Super Bowl, meaning if you bet $100 on it, you would lose $100.
Some Jets fans are pushing back against calls for Gase to get fired. They want him to go 0-16, have that on his coaching record so he can never get another NFL job.
Stolen from a Jets forum following their loss to Denver.
BTW fun stat only 3 times in the past 10 years has a team +3 in turnovers lost. all 3 are the jets. this was number 3.