Also I personally think its quite moronic to think that Garrard came up with some phantom injury to cost himself millions of dollars. why not come up with that after week 1 and make as much money as possible.
Obviously he impressed our staff enough to make him number one on depth chart
ahh, the famous personal shots b/c you have nothing. I wouldn't expect anything less from someone like you.
Well with Moore signing it looks like it's gonna be the "dream team" of Quinn and Garrard and Sanchez
Man this is goona be good
Ted your answer is that:
When a clueless HC refuses to take Buttsboy out no matter how badly he craps the bed or even try the unconventional QB whose playoff victories the previous year were a lot more impressive than anything the bottom tier starter ever accomplished - and has a tattoo of that slug's jersey on his arm to boot, anyone who thinks that Moore, including him, himself, would have had a fair shot to legitimately win the job is delusional. Beyond that, being in the division and observing said HC and dysfunctional team's antics up close and personal, Moore is too smart and prideful to insert himself into that circus.
"Yep. Blow it up. This might the worst team I've ever seen constructed in my life.
And then you throw in the terrible preparation and in-game coaching. There is no defense.
But do it right. Fire everyone in the building. No survivors. , JiF Jetnation
Matt Moore's response to Joe Rose when asked if he gave the Jets any consideration.
"Not really. There's a lot going on up there... I didn't give it much thought."
Asked what a player looks for in free agency when deciding where to go, Moore says that coaches, roster and philosophy are important along with money, and from there you go to location, weather, and 'is it the Jets?'