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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    Magnificent.

    Anyone have Gase's twitter? Send this to him please!

    Oh yeah, he's rich as F ---. He won't care.



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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    Actually listening to Gregg say it, he was just stating facts and answering the question. He took much more accountability than the media’s headline would have you think. He didn’t want to say it outright when the reporter tried to pry it out of him on the follow-up question.
    Are you saying the media is selecting particular words in order to drive a narrative...no wayyyyy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I lime Williams. I fully agree with you post and interpretation. I like that he said it and he takes infinitely more accountability than gase.
    I know That isn’t saying much and zero times anything is zero but there are some thing from which Williams completely hides

    I wasn’t necessarily arguing Williams wasn’t being accountable as much as I was stating it all comes from the top

    Speaking of... when asked about Williamson’s “no one is safe” comment?
    Gase said he was just being honest

    Now Q is apparently on the block?
    This team is in full sell mode and I really think
    If that’s the case, my guess is, Gase is partly behind it, therefore, he will be back
    So all this 0-16 might just net the jets Trevor but is it worth it?
    This season pusses me off because there are no fans to give gase what he deserves

    I will believe he’s gone when there is another HC on the sideline
    Q is on the block???
    That’d be ridiculous, when he’s playing, he looks pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post

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    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jppelzm...ing-staff/amp/

    Fantastic piece

    Shows how Joe’s hands are tied regarding coaches
    He literally has no power over them
    He can’t make a decision to remove gase as the play caller much less the HC

    The brothers Johnson’s brilliance shines



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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Why don’t you take your political views somewhere else. This forum is not for political discussion. Sorry, but not everyone is glued to CNN, advocating unemployment, taxing the hard working Americans, support rioting, support socialism, etc.
    Agreed and thank you Larry
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    Politics aside, I'm starting to agree with Gase being the worst coach in our history. Kotite was just inept, but I don't remember him being an a-hole. Gase is both!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lamonster View Post
    Politics aside, I'm starting to agree with Gase being the worst coach in our history. Kotite was just inept, but I don't remember him being an a-hole. Gase is both!
    So true.
    Kotite was sad and pathetic but not arrogant and unaccountable. Gase has the market cornered on piss poor, arrogant and unaccountable



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    Don't Know Gase's Political Views and Don't Care

    Quote Originally Posted by lamonster View Post
    Agreed and thank you Larry
    Just making the obvious comparison

    By the way, this seems like a political statement to me
    CNN, advocating unemployment, taxing the hard working Americans, support rioting, support socialism, etc.

    And your assumptions that I watch CNN, advocate unemployment and taxing hard working Americans and support rioting are 100% wrong. In fact, I'm appalled that inept stupid creatures like Chris Johnson are allowed to become billionaires by rigging the system to rob all of us hard working Americans blind. Watching his ilk bring this country to its knees is a zillion times worse than watching the Jets and Gase, that's for sure. The only rioting I would support is at a Jets game.

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    I am legitimately astounded that the Jets have not fired Gase. It is why I fear they are going to give him every chance imaginable to stay the coach and that any positive will be viewed as progress.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I am legitimately astounded that the Jets have not fired Gase. It is why I fear they are going to give him every chance imaginable to stay the coach and that any positive will be viewed as progress.
    It makes no sense to fire him, until at least the bye week at the earliest, otherwise end of season.

    There's no way Gase returns next year, the only real question about returning is whether Darnold will be back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    It makes no sense to fire him, until at least the bye week at the earliest, otherwise end of season.

    There's no way Gase returns next year, the only real question about returning is whether Darnold will be back.
    This. Chris Johnson's words are the reason why Gase is still here. You can't call a guy an offensive genius after week 1 and fire him in week 6. That at least obligated them to him until the bye week or after the season. He's not going to be back next year but I can see this team keeping him until Black Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I am legitimately astounded that the Jets have not fired Gase. It is why I fear they are going to give him every chance imaginable to stay the coach and that any positive will be viewed as progress.
    I think ownership knows the most effective way to the #1 pick is to have Gase as the coach

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    Can’t wait to hear Gase’s pearls of wisdom this week

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    [QUOTE=metswon69;33661440]This. Chris Johnson's words are the reason why Gase is still here. You can't call a guy an offensive genius after week 1 and fire him in week 6. That at least obligated them to him until the bye week or after the season. He's not going to be back next year but I can see this team keeping him until Black Monday.[/QUOT

    Calling Gase a offensive genius shows how little Johnson knows about football. He made himself look totally foolish with that statement when everyone else realizes how terrible he is. How can you trust him to make any intelligent football decisions. The only hope is that he gives his football people the power to make football decision. I don't have any hope that he will do that though.

    They are comparing this Jet team to the Tampa Bay Bucs first season as the worst nfl team ever. Which reminds me of a quote by the Tampa coach when asked what he thought of his teams offensive execution. His answer was I am all for it.

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