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187 clicks; posted to Sports » on 21 Sep 2020 at 10:35 AM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-21 10:49:10 AM  
Everybody: "To dream the impossible dream...."
 
2020-09-21 10:50:35 AM  
He's got odds in his favor.  0-16 is pretty rare.
 
2020-09-21 11:06:59 AM  
Me coach. Me want win. Me no want lose. Go do football good, do not football bad.
 
2020-09-21 11:13:00 AM  
Adam Gase is the problem here, not the solution. His history has shown this.
 
2020-09-21 11:13:54 AM  
Throw away that first pick...
 
2020-09-21 11:20:36 AM  

DecemberNitro: Me coach. Me want win. Me no want lose. Go do football good, do not football bad.


Breaking: DecemberNitro to be interviewed for the upcoming coaching opening in Atlanta.
 
2020-09-21 11:26:17 AM  

LucklessWonder: Adam Gase is the problem here, not the solution. His history has shown this.


Gase is a train wreck with the Dolphins, who the Jets see twice a year

Gase gets fired

Jets ownership: go git that guy!!
 
2020-09-21 11:35:49 AM  
Miami could not get rid of him fast enough.
 
2020-09-21 11:45:51 AM  

Marbleisheavy: Breaking: DecemberNitro to be interviewed for the upcoming coaching opening in Atlanta.


Lol
 
2020-09-21 11:48:12 AM  
If it makes him feel any better, his shiatty field sure beat the Niners, who lost like five or six players to knee and ankle injuries.

And who have to play on the same shiatty field next week against the Giants, too.

/yes, I'm bitter.
//it's 2020. Play on grass.
 
2020-09-21 12:02:17 PM  
I have been alive a lot of years and seen a LOT of terrible Jets teams. And yesterday... holy shiat, this might have been the most inept of them all.

I didn't see Week 1. I heard S Marcus Maye had a good game last week. It surprised me when the Week 2 announcers said that, because he was looking like the single most inept player on the field. He was used and abused on the 49ers' first three TDs, starting with the ridiculously bad pursuit angle he took on Raheem Mostert and following with two plays where he couldn't keep up with an old tight end. That guy looked like he should not be in the NFL.

If Darnold doesn't start showing something really soon, it will be time for this team to go all-in on Trevor Lawrence.
 
2020-09-21 12:12:21 PM  

natural316: LucklessWonder: Adam Gase is the problem here, not the solution. His history has shown this.

Gase is a train wreck with the Dolphins, who the Jets see twice a year

Gase gets fired

Jets ownership: go git that guy!!


On the other hand, Ryan Tannehill seems to be doing pretty well after he got out from Gase's "leadership", so maybe firing him will bring the Jets some luck.
 
2020-09-21 12:12:50 PM  
Adam Gase's biggest accomplishment is putting his kids through private school by nodding while Peyton Manning was talking.
 
2020-09-21 12:16:23 PM  
Surprise stat that I heard during last night's SNF game: since Belichick declined the Jets' job, the Jets have had a .460 winning percentage. I was shocked it was that high. I know they had a few good years in the Rex Ryan era, but I still would have thought there were enough 3-13 and 4-12 seasons that the average would be maybe 6 wins a year (so, a .375 percentage).
 
2020-09-21 12:20:51 PM  

Dafatone: If it makes him feel any better, his shiatty field sure beat the Niners, who lost like five or six players to knee and ankle injuries.

And who have to play on the same shiatty field next week against the Giants, too.

/yes, I'm bitter.
//it's 2020. Play on grass.


Really sucks for your team. The good news is that the upcoming portion of the schedule is pretty easy, so they may have a chance to stay alive and recover enough guys in time for the more challenging later schedule. As bad as their injury luck has been, they're still clearly a better team than (for example) the New York Jets. The loss of Bosa will hurt, though.

I want the Seahawks to beat the shiat out of a fully healthy 49ers team.
 
2020-09-21 12:24:43 PM  

Arkanaut: natural316: LucklessWonder: Adam Gase is the problem here, not the solution. His history has shown this.

Gase is a train wreck with the Dolphins, who the Jets see twice a year

Gase gets fired

Jets ownership: go git that guy!!

On the other hand, Ryan Tannehill seems to be doing pretty well after he got out from Gase's "leadership", so maybe firing him will bring the Jets some luck.


The Jets have the luck of Irish. The Irish Potato Famine. It's a dysfunctional organization from the top down. Firing Gase won't help them break the 5-win barrier.
 
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2020-09-21 12:33:58 PM  

gunsmack: Arkanaut: natural316: LucklessWonder: Adam Gase is the problem here, not the solution. His history has shown this.

Gase is a train wreck with the Dolphins, who the Jets see twice a year

Gase gets fired

Jets ownership: go git that guy!!

On the other hand, Ryan Tannehill seems to be doing pretty well after he got out from Gase's "leadership", so maybe firing him will bring the Jets some luck.

The Jets have the luck of Irish. The Irish Potato Famine. It's a dysfunctional organization from the top down. Firing Gase won't help them break the 5-win barrier.


The ESPN FPI has the jets at 5-11 this season. As in, currently.

The ESPN FPI is drunk.
 
2020-09-21 1:23:51 PM  

Super Chronic: Surprise stat that I heard during last night's SNF game: since Belichick declined the Jets' job, the Jets have had a .460 winning percentage. I was shocked it was that high. I know they had a few good years in the Rex Ryan era, but I still would have thought there were enough 3-13 and 4-12 seasons that the average would be maybe 6 wins a year (so, a .375 percentage).


Here's a fun stat. Gase has 29 double digit losses on his scorecard. 24 of them are by 2 touchdowns or more. He has 37 total losses as the Jets HC. So out of those 37, 8 were not blowouts.
 
2020-09-21 2:35:10 PM  
So, i should stick with my current plan for my survivor pool and keep picking the team playing the jets?
 
2020-09-21 2:53:24 PM  

Super Chronic: I have been alive a lot of years and seen a LOT of terrible Jets teams. And yesterday... holy shiat, this might have been the most inept of them all.


I don't know man. I remember the "butt-fumble" team, but I'm not a Jets fan, so you would probably know much better.
 
2020-09-21 2:58:51 PM  

Super Chronic: Dafatone: If it makes him feel any better, his shiatty field sure beat the Niners, who lost like five or six players to knee and ankle injuries.

And who have to play on the same shiatty field next week against the Giants, too.

/yes, I'm bitter.
//it's 2020. Play on grass.

Really sucks for your team. The good news is that the upcoming portion of the schedule is pretty easy, so they may have a chance to stay alive and recover enough guys in time for the more challenging later schedule. As bad as their injury luck has been, they're still clearly a better team than (for example) the New York Jets. The loss of Bosa will hurt, though.

I want the Seahawks to beat the shiat out of a fully healthy 49ers team.


They probably have enough to stay competitive and whatnot, but it's just a shame to see that many injuries.

Looking forward to some more epic Niners Seahawks battles. I hope the Seahawks fall in a pit and die, but in the metaphorical on the field sense, not, you know, literally.
 
2020-09-21 6:16:52 PM  

Dr Jack Badofsky: Miami could not get rid of him fast enough.


THIS.

Arkanaut: On the other hand, Ryan Tannehill seems to be doing pretty well after he got out from Gase's "leadership", so maybe firing him will bring the Jets some luck.


And that.
 
2020-09-21 6:45:09 PM  
The Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said "We cannot start winning until we stop losing"

Thanks Yogi!
 
2020-09-21 10:23:39 PM  

thedingoatemybaby: Super Chronic: I have been alive a lot of years and seen a LOT of terrible Jets teams. And yesterday... holy shiat, this might have been the most inept of them all.

I don't know man. I remember the "butt-fumble" team, but I'm not a Jets fan, so you would probably know much better.


Fun fact, after the buttfumble, the Jets won their next two games.

/Their offense never scored 20, though
 
2020-09-21 10:41:46 PM  

Galileo's Daughter: Dr Jack Badofsky: Miami could not get rid of him fast enough.

THIS.

Arkanaut: On the other hand, Ryan Tannehill seems to be doing pretty well after he got out from Gase's "leadership", so maybe firing him will bring the Jets some luck.

And that.


Gase is just waaasy too rigid.  I get that a coach wants to stick to his plan.  But even the most hardliners coaches realize when they need to make sweeping changes over the course of a game.  Game never seemed to do that.  He had oddball plays, sure.  But he never seemed to adjust to when the game was getting too far away from his plan.
 
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