Off the beaten path, I reign
Agreed. I think (Jets GM) Tannenbaum is a decent guy. I think they are loading up on big names because they feel they are really close. I wonder what happens if Cincy and Indy don't lay down weeks 16 & 17 of the 09 regular season?
Originally Posted by SnakeoilSeller
Sanchez is a work in progress. If he falters or Edwards or Holmes resume their antics then the jets will crash and burn.
Rex's mouth and bravado is te leading candidate to bring the jets down.
That being said, Tony IMO is taking better approach in terms of media relations.
It seems that Miami has tried, in the past, bringing big names and it has self destructed. As for Gibril, Grove, Wilford, etc... the FA's signed have been stop gaps. It would have been nice had they been good. Why, though, keep 'em if Miami is not getting value for the money?
The only constant in life is change and the trick I've found is not to change for the sake of change or refuse to do so but make necessary tweaks as you go. Bottom line; Ireland is doing a decent job.
The Cowboys (thanks in part to Bill, Jeff, & Tony) are doing well and still ascending. If not for a micro-managing owner tey'd be doing much better.
How long will it take the phins? Wko knows? truthfully, there is no exact, precise answer. Al Michaels said last night that it took the Saints 4 yrs after S Payton arrived to raise the Lombardi Trophy. It's ironic that the catalyst was hiring an aggressive D Co-ord.
Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers. - Voltaire