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  1. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    Why must he gut, who knows. But I think he will be trimming this roster a bit. I think he’ll use a scalpel and not a sledgehammer. He just seems like a guy that wants certain players from a scheme fit to how they act in the locker room. Not unlike most coaches. He just comes offs a guy that has a low tolerance for things he doesn’t agree with. Im a little surprised about Maye and Jenkins. Because they seem like the type of guys Gase would want in the locker room. The guys that are in trouble are guys who are lazy and not all about football. Also guys that don’t fit the coaches scheme.
  2. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    Just have to sit back and watch. Surprised to see Maye as a potential casualty. But not surprised there are rumors about potential casualties. No doubt in my mind there are guys Gase already wants out or doesn’t see them fitting what the coaches want to do.
  3. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    I was sort of thinking through what all this means for guys on the roster bubble. I don't necessarily believe Gase didn't have a voice. There are guys that appear to be acquired because of the coaches. Sounds like Gase wanted Fells as much for his leadership. So, it sounds like he wants to create a strong locker room. Guys that are on the bubble that I could see sticking because they seem to have been vetted by coaches from past experience: Bellamy WR, Brown TE, Compton iOL. Guys I could see getting cut now that Macc is gone: Leggett TE, Cannon RB, McGuire RB. RB Depth: Bell, Montgomery, Henderson, Holmes TE Depth: Herndon, Wesco, Brown, Sterling Clearly the coaches don't believe Harrison is a starter and that was all Macc. I could see the Jets picking up a spring cut at C. Still may mean Harrison starts though.
  4. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    Lost in all this is how we were told Paradis didn’t come here because of medicals. The coach wanted him and the fans wanted him.
  5. Chiefs Trade for LB Darron Lee

    Not going to help you in the running game. He graded well in coverage for the first time last year probably because of the INTs. In prior years, he was one of the worse inc coverage as well. With the Jets, he was bad fit for the scheme we ran. Should be better with KC as a WOLB. I think KC did well in the trade though. He still has potential.
  6. Chiefs Trade for LB Darron Lee

    Every GM is calling NY and seeing what’s available. Get what you can while you can. A 5th would have been more appropriate. KC’s late 6th. Good deal by KC.
  7. Nobody worth their salt is going to want to come here. It’s a **** show.
  8. This has me on the floor. Lmao.
  9. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    You’re probably right. The link between Gase and Douglas, and Douglas and Jeremiah came out too quickly. The stuff about Douglas was rumored since the riff started. I’m not gonna get my hopes up about anything these people can do.
  10. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    In one word, you’ve described everyone in charge of thus organization. Their only saving grace is that Jets fans are loyal. I guess all football fans for that matter. Just an unfortunate situation.
  11. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    Lol. I’ll give one last hope. Let’s see what happens. The Knicks had Isaiah, Larry Brown and Phil. None of those guys got close. The Mets tried a bunch of stuff even Money Ball with Alderson. Some franchises just can’t win with their current ownership. It’s beconing clear that the Jets might be one of them.
  12. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    Not really sure how I feel about this. Whenever I think we are headed in the right direction, boom. Not saying Macc was average or anything. Like I’ve said, he’s done a below average job. But I think he should have been giving at least the first half. Im getting to the point with the Jets as I did with the Mets a few years back. Why bother following this franchise. I stopped watching the Knicks, then the Mets. In another year, it’ll be the Jets. Ive been watching local HS sports more and more. It’s been a slow transition for me.
  13. Jets fire Mike Maccagnan.

    This team doesn’t have much cap flexibility any more. Next year, our cap space may likely all go Robby and Leo.
  14. I saw the Jets field an elite defense with one shutdown corner and a bunch of other guys. The Jets defense under Rex was basically Revis and Rex making up crazy blitz on the fly. Shaun Ellis was on those teams but on the tail end. Some of our starters: Jim Leonhard, Brodney Pool, Bryan Thomas, Sione Pouha. Harris, Pace, Scott, and Cromartie were good. But that was all Revis. On the flipside, we had a good defense led by John Abraham in the early to mid 2000. Those defense were solid but not at the level as the Revis led defenses.
  15. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    It’s one of those things that’s hard to explain. Leo is right up there with guys like Cox and Calais when looking at pressures and QB hits. The difference is those guys are converting those into roughly 10 sacks a year. Leo has the same athletic profile as Campbell. I guess those 3 inches make a difference. Or Leo is due a big year. I’m betting on a big year.