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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    marty Mornhinweg as OC:

    SF: 1997-2000
    1997: 5th pts, 12th yds
    1998: 3, 1
    1999: 22, 10
    2000: 6, 4

    Philly 2006-2012:
    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)

    averag rank:
    pts: 10th
    yds: 7th

    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.
    Meaningless fantasy stats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Had View Post
    You dont have the cap room to surround Nacho with talent or have enough to sign Moore. Super Fan tell us who's the talent you propose to sign?

    You can't do it can you?...you like your last GM dont understand the cap and now your going to pay for it!!!

    Lets here it
    3 quick expected cuts and we are well under. The cap stuff is very overblown.

    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    Meaningless fantasy stats.
    Ok-

    Marty in 11 years as OC:

    6 playoff apps, 5 playoff wins, 2 title game apps

    Sherman in 2 years as OC:

    Zero playoff apps, zero playoff races


    Is this better for you?
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    Your wasting your time. Your team is the joke of professional sports. They and the Marlins are the equivalent of garbage.
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    It Is What It Is

    Too funny. Trying to group Suckchez with Moore is like comparing Britney Spears to Celine Dion. As if Moore would pick the jest knowing that the imploding HC with a Sanchez on wifey tattoo, who refused to lift him would open up TC to a fair and legitimate competition. Get real - Buttchez might or might not beat Tavaris but I doubt he'd even beat Rex Grossman!

    In re Itzdick - under the circumstances of being stuck with a buffoonish, over his head, clueless HC, a buttinski attention whoring owner and cap hell including being married to the worst statistical starting QB since JaMarcus, where qualified candidates with a high potential didn't even want to talk to the Korn Ferry headhunter, he doesn't seem too bad for 3rd tier prospects the Jest were forced to go to. Time will tell, but I'd think but upgrading the caliber of the scouting and then deferring to them would be a step for him in the right direction

    As to Morningwood, how good can he be when the HC who knew him best, took an unproven Eagles position coach to be the OC over him and how he didn't seem to be in the conversation for any of the other (mostly) more attractive OC openings? But then again, if you're on the street and your phone isn't ringing even from your old boss, it's better to go work for a dysfunctional organization for a HC who's walking the plank this season, with a terrible QB even if it turns out to be "one and done" rather than not working at all I guess

    Overall, that's the "Catch 22." If Woody would have not saddled the incoming GM with Wrecks, the team would not have had to settle on the GM and OC.


    geno and idzik have done the impossible: make jets fans wish the tanny/sanchez days were here again > Darksider, Jetnation



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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    3 quick expected cuts and we are well under. The cap stuff is very overblown.



    Ok-

    Marty in 11 years as OC:

    6 playoff apps, 5 playoff wins, 2 title game apps

    Sherman in 2 years as OC:

    Zero playoff apps, zero playoff races


    Is this better for you?
    Okay let me dumb this down for you...just tell us the positions you propose to fill to surround Nacho and return your D. You do know your losing 25 and only have 9 starters in March?

    Or do you just want to discuss fantasy stats?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    Your wasting your time. Your team is the joke of professional sports. They and the Marlins are the equivalent of garbage.
    yep, if only we had the success of the Miami Dolphins!

    You guys do realize that in the AFC since Rex took over we have the 2nd most playoff wins, right? I can only imagine what you guys would say if we had Miami Dolphin like results on a consistent basis.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Had View Post
    Okay let me dumb this down for you...just tell us the positions you propose to fill to surround Nacho and return your D. You do know your losing 25 and only have 9 starters in March?

    Or do you just want to discuss fantasy stats?
    So you want me to come down to your level? got it.

    W/ good health alone our weapons will be significantly better than 2012 and that's w/o making a move which obviously we will make through the draft at the very least. Holmes, Edwards, Kerley, Hill gives us a noce group at WR. we would look Keller back but we'll seee. Assuming we can get him back we have a decent group of WRs- MUCH better than 2012. we will bring in others through the draft and other means. My concern is at RB, we will likely let Greene walk but how do we replace? I guess in the draft. Powell has shown he can play but I'm not sure he can ever be a feature back. my biggest concern are the Rbs but moving to a pass heavy offense we'll need more weapons in the pass game.
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    Oh here comes the playoff wins that are slipping away into that dark night. It grows more pathetic the longer you hang on to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    Oh here comes the playoff wins that are slipping away into that dark night. It grows more pathetic the longer you hang on to them.
    They are getting further and further in our rear view mirror but 2 years since our last playoff win is better than 12 years, right?
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    Joe Flacco, 8-4 in the playoffs, 6 away game wins, 12TDs, 1 Int over the last 2 postseasons, several division titles in a division including The Steelers, never missing a postseason. That's the definition of an "elite QB."

    Still wouldn't trade Suckchez for Flacco???? LOLOLOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Joe Flacco, 8-4 in the playoffs, 6 away game wins, 12TDs, 1 Int over the last 2 postseasons, several division titles in a division including The Steelers, never missing a postseason. That's the definition of an "elite QB."

    Still wouldn't trade Suckchez for Flacco???? LOLOLOL
    JUNC would still rather have sanchez. he plays like a jet (which means he is prone to butt fumble).
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