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    Classic Tony Morono

    Morono really is not a very bright individual.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ent-a-failure/

    Just some of his quotes in this brings back nightmares. Also, it seems he is almost as delusional as NYJunc.


    There also was no need to worry about the Jetsí offense. Ranked 30th in total yards and 31st in yards per play, the franchise is moving in the wrong direction under Sparano.
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    Classic Tony Morono

    Morono strikes again.
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    Re: Classic Tony Morono

    Sparano and Ryan should be ashamed of how they have treated Tebow. Im no big Tebow fan but he deserves better than what he has got from the Jets.
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    Rex is over his head as a HC which is the chairman of the board with a pulse on all 3 functions, a vision of the future, and control and containment of the clubhouse. If the jest could convince him to be someone more competent's DC, they'd be fortunate; Tony at this point, based on how he's ****ed up our OL, and gave Hunter his stamp of approval I doubt is even qualified to revert back to OL coach. I see OL coordinator at some division 3 school in the rural Montana or the Ozarks in his future. But of course we've told all this to our resident trolls from the get-go and were informed we didnt' know what we were talking about.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Rex is over his head as a HC which is the chairman of the board with a pulse on all 3 functions, a vision of the future, and control and containment of the clubhouse. If the jest could convince him to be someone more competent's DC, they'd be fortunate; Tony at this point, based on how he's ****ed up our OL, and gave Hunter his stamp of approval I doubt is even qualified to revert back to OL coach. I see OL coordinator at some division 3 school in the rural Montana or the Ozarks in his future. But of course we've told all this to our resident trolls from the get-go and were informed we didnt' know what we were talking about.
    I never in a million yrs thought he'd be an OC in the NFL this season after getting kicked to the curb in '11.

    My guess was OL coach/running game co-ordinator for Pasqualoni (another Friend of Parcells) @ UConn.
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    It's hard to evaluate Tony when we have had so many injuries on offense. The main weapons in the pass game have been kerley, Schilens, gates, Cumberland & reuland. we have issues w/ the RBs as well and if the QB is as bad as you guys say then how can Tony be properly evaluated?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    It's hard to evaluate Tony when we have had so many injuries on offense. The main weapons in the pass game have been kerley, Schilens, gates, Cumberland & reuland. we have issues w/ the RBs as well and if the QB is as bad as you guys say then how can Tony be properly evaluated?
    Right, Sparano was expected to propel the Jets O to Top 10 in the league right? Silly injuries



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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    Right, Sparano was expected to propel the Jets O to Top 10 in the league right? Silly injuries
    so you think he had all the tools necessary to succeed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    so you think he had all the tools necessary to succeed?
    We've been telliing you that Henne had the same obstacles you are now attributing to Sanchez and The Meatball over the last 2 seasons, including an imploding diva #1 receiver. Henne turned out not to be too great either - nor did Henning, but I stand by my assertion that Henne would have led the Jest to the same 2 post seasons that Taco did. Hell, in '09 we were also 7-7 and would also have beaten Curtis Scary Painter in game 15 - so there's that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post


    We've been telliing you that Henne had the same obstacles you are now attributing to Sanchez and The Meatball over the last 2 seasons, including an imploding diva #1 receiver. Henne turned out not to be too great either - nor did Henning, but I stand by my assertion that Henne would have led the Jest to the same 2 post seasons that Taco did. Hell, in '09 we were also 7-7 and would also have beaten Curtis Scary Painter in game 15 - so there's that too.

    at Miami's worst the past few years they had much more than kerley, Schilens, gates, Cumberland and Reuland.
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