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  • #16
    Originally posted by Hadez View Post
    2 years as NFL HC

    2 AFC Champ Games

    That was my pick for HC when allot of people want McD the Destroyer
    Me and you both. I wanted him too. Defense was the only thing separating this team from being in the mix for several years. Seems like light years ago now, though. Still till this day though, I can't figure out what the heck Bowlen was thinking when he hired McDaniels.

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    • #17
      Yep, Rex Ryan was the perfect personality to coach guys like Cutler and Marshall. Watching the Bears/Jets win yesterday, I couldn't help but think how different things might of been if we had hired Rex.

      I'm happy we are FINALLY doing things the right way, but I was definitely pissed off watching the games yesterday because I know we could of been right in the mix with a Rex Ryan Defense + The talent we had 2 years ago on offense.

      Hopefully Tebow will be worth the 2 years of turmoil we just had to go through.
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      • #18
        I was in no way a hater, but I have to admit I was not very high on him. He's definitely showed me something these last two years. I sort of excused last year's team, but what they have accomplished this year is no fluke.
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        • #19
          4 road playoff wins over the past 2 seasons...pretty impressive.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Hadez View Post
            2 years as NFL HC

            2 AFC Champ Games

            That was my pick for HC when allot of people want McD the Destroyer
            Not going to lie...was not one of my top choices when we were interviewing McDaniel's. But I LOVED the guy when I saw him on Hard Knocks...he is arrogant, cocky, and yet very personable. A total players coach!

            Thx,
            Joe
            To live is to suffer, to survive is to find meaning in the suffering.

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            • #21
              Make no mistake about it, his players love playing for him. They will give everything they have for that man.

              He is the type of coach that can get the most out of a player on every Sunday.
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              • #22
                http://jztailgate.blogspot.com/2010/...ang-green.html

                This was written right after the Dolphins beat the Jets, look how far they've come... superbowl bound?

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                • #23
                  I want the jets to make the SB for one reason. Revis would have to withdraw from the pro bowl and Champ would then go to his 10th, an outright record which he fully deserves
                  Manning Fatigue (noun): The act of being sick as hell of watching a HOF qb take half of forever to decide what to do and just wishing he'd make up his mind.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by milehighireland View Post
                    I want the jets to make the SB for one reason. Revis would have to withdraw from the pro bowl and Champ would then go to his 10th, an outright record which he fully deserves
                    losers of the conference championship games tend to be po'd and occasionally look for an excuse not to play...so maybe champ will get in anyway

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                    • #25
                      I do think he's a pretty good coach but I can't stand him as a person. He is clearly the most self centered prick in the NFL, and that includes players like T.O. and Ochocinco

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