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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBillsFan View Post
    31 teams had a bad year last year. One team had a great year. It happens every year. Only a losing mentality would see it otherwise......
    So that's how you rationalize it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    So that's how you rationalize it?
    Rationalize what? What the h3ll are you talking about? Do you ever engage in conversation?

    Explain where you think my train of thought is misappropriated, unless you are only able to quip non-sensical one-liners......

    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    The Giants absolutely win it all w/ Sanchez and they probably have more playoff wins and playoff apps if Sanchez is their QB, we probably don't even make a title game w/ Eli the last 2 years........
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    Sparano is going to be a really good assistant coach/coordinator for them - I really have no doubt about that.

    As the captain of the ship, he was not good enough, his decision making was obviously very questionable. But as a support guy how could he not be a good addition? Players love him. He's been around the game a very long time at every level so he obviously knows the game well. The pressure as always will be on big mouth Rex Ryan, but Sparano is going to thrive under the radar working with JUST the players and not having to answer for mistakes.
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    The music never stopped." - Bob Weir

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBillsFan View Post
    Rationalize what? What the h3ll are you talking about? Do you ever engage in conversation?

    Explain where you think my train of thought is misappropriated, unless you are only able to quip non-sensical one-liners......
    I really need to explain it? That's how you rationalize a decade plus of mising the playoffs, almost 20 years btw playoff wins, competing for a playoff spot ONCE since 2000.

    It really sucks losing a title game or any time in the playoffs I had a great time watching my team make those runs, it was much more fun than missing the playoffs. You have to enjoy the journey sometimes.

    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceMountain16 View Post
    Sparano is going to be a really good assistant coach/coordinator for them - I really have no doubt about that.

    As the captain of the ship, he was not good enough, his decision making was obviously very questionable. But as a support guy how could he not be a good addition? Players love him. He's been around the game a very long time at every level so he obviously knows the game well. The pressure as always will be on big mouth Rex Ryan, but Sparano is going to thrive under the radar working with JUST the players and not having to answer for mistakes.
    I hope so, I know his players love him and that's a good thing. Miami always seemed to play hard for him but I really don't know what to expect from him as an OC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcdrover View Post
    It's just a matter of time before Tebow beats out sanchize, like game 3.


    As for Sparano, he is a major improvement for the jests. Don't know why he is so unpopular with the Madden players. He was canned it's not like he left on his own.

    He will make the jests run the ball which means they will AUTOMATICALLY be better than when they had sanchize throwing it over 30 times a game. He is a good coach, he did well when he was calling the plays for cowboys. Too many people talk out of their @z.
    The problem with this scenario is that the Jests were simply awful running the ball last season, and they've done nothing to get any better -- unless you assume that inserting Tebow in gimmick plays regularly will work. They passed so much last season because they couldn't run: their 3.9 YPC was 29th in the league. That kind of YPC says that they had lots of runs for negative yardage plus lots of 1 and 2 yard carries and not many big gains.

    Their OL is probably better suited to pass blocking than run blocking, and Shonn Greene strikes fear into nobody.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    he did wonders w/ Brad Smith last year
    The Bills only hired Lee after the 2011 season. He spent last season with Sparano in Miami.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzua View Post
    The Bills only hired Lee after the 2011 season. He spent last season with Sparano in Miami.
    Hmm, that's interesting. I though NYjunk knew everything about everything football? This seems odd.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    I really need to explain it? That's how you rationalize a decade plus of mising the playoffs, almost 20 years btw playoff wins, competing for a playoff spot ONCE since 2000.

    It really sucks losing a title game or any time in the playoffs I had a great time watching my team make those runs, it was much more fun than missing the playoffs. You have to enjoy the journey sometimes.



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    Anything short of a Super Bowl win is a disappointment to me. It sounds like you are the one rationalizing here............
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzua View Post
    The problem with this scenario is that the Jests were simply awful running the ball last season, and they've done nothing to get any better -- unless you assume that inserting Tebow in gimmick plays regularly will work. They passed so much last season because they couldn't run: their 3.9 YPC was 29th in the league. That kind of YPC says that they had lots of runs for negative yardage plus lots of 1 and 2 yard carries and not many big gains.

    Their OL is probably better suited to pass blocking than run blocking, and Shonn Greene strikes fear into nobody.
    The Jets struggled the first half running the ball, the 2nd half of the season they ran it very well w/ Shonn Greene who still averaged 4.2 YPC for the season despite the poor first half.

    Early in the year no doubt they passes a ton b/c they were struggling to run and were down early in games, later in the year we ran it pretty effectively.

    you can use team YPC but Greene had 253 carries and averaged 4.2, the rest of the RBs carried it a combined 144 times. We need another back to complimet him whether mcknight is ready, Powell is ready or we need to draft someone but Greene is a quality back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    The Jets struggled the first half running the ball, the 2nd half of the season they ran it very well w/ Shonn Greene who still averaged 4.2 YPC for the season despite the poor first half.

    Early in the year no doubt they passes a ton b/c they were struggling to run and were down early in games, later in the year we ran it pretty effectively.

    you can use team YPC but Greene had 253 carries and averaged 4.2, the rest of the RBs carried it a combined 144 times. We need another back to complimet him whether mcknight is ready, Powell is ready or we need to draft someone but Greene is a quality back.
    If you say so.

    The problem with that scenario is that your team couldn't run when they wanted to even late in the season. Your OL is better suited to pass blocking rather than run blocking, especially since you have a strong LT and a very weak RT (most teams run to the right side). Maybe Sparano can walk on water as an OC.
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