Click on the Mike Westhoff interview with Joe Rose.
LOL @ The Jets indeed.
God bless, I'll hang up and listen.
It just keeps getting better and better.
Lest anyone missed this: over the last 2 days the Jets have lost out to Jacksonville on Dave Caldwell, and extremely likely to Cleveland on Norv Turner - the 2 they've set their sights on. That's right: Jacksonville and Cleveland over the Jets. But then again, who wants to go work for a dysfunctional organization with a meddling owner more headline and PSL sales obsessed and a lame duck in over his head loose cannon of a HC already embedded whether the incoming GM likes it or not. The hits keep coming: Westhoff is just the latest rejection or repudiation.
Oh, and Caldwell shut the door on any notion of trading for or signing Tebow so the jest can say goodbye to any draft pick, let alone close to the 4th and 6th rounders (in exchange for Denver's 7th and Baby Jesus) that they squandered. The Meatball also has 2 years left, I believe on his contract for which they're also on the hook.
The should be changed from :*lol*: to :jets:.
Marty Morningbewb Great new OC.
And the word is that the new GM is a big fan of TRAVARIS JACKSON!!!!
Mort was on earlier talking about how Vick is out of their price range but, the new GM was in Seattle and was a huge supporter or Jackson and he fits their price range.
One possible quarterback candidate in New York? Tarvaris Jackson, according to Schefter, based on shared ties with new general manager John Idzik. When he was with the Seattle Seahawks, Idzik was a supporter of Jackson, who spent the past season with the Buffalo Bills.
Jackson is an unrestricted free agent and would come at a relatively cheap cost for the Jets, who find themselves saddled with the unwieldy guaranteed contract they handed Mark Sanchez last offseason. This much appears certain: Sanchez will be surrounded by new faces and confront stiff competition heading into next season.
Many over at TGG want Moore!!!
1997: 5th pts, 12th yds
1998: 3, 1
1999: 22, 10
2000: 6, 4
2006: 6, 2
2007: 17, 6
2008: 6, 9
2009: 5, 11
2010: 3, 2
2011: 8, 4
2012: 29, 15
he's had 2 bad years as an OC in his carere and both came in year w/ critical QB injuries(In '99 losing Steve Young, '12 losing Michael Vick)
Let's compare him to the great Mike Sherman:
2007 Hou: 12, 14
2012 Mia: 27, 27
I'd have no problem w/ Jackson or a Matt Moore type. That would be perfect, cheap guys who Sanchez would beat out. As long as we surround the QB w/ more talent we'll be mch next year.