Triple Poll Thread
Posted 24 December 2012 - 08:19 AM
Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:34 AM
2-Tim Tebow is misused, but he is also a bad QB. The Jets could have used him in better ways but Sparano has no creativity on offense.
3-I think Ryan is closer to a top 16 coach than a bottom 16 coach. I do not blame him for the team having no talent and injuries. Give him a decent offense with a QB who doesn't make the same dumb mistakes constantly and he will get this team to the playoffs. I feel like we might be the least talented team in football, we have outperformed teams with more talent.
Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:40 AM
Who did we outperform?
Posted 24 December 2012 - 10:13 AM
The Lions are 4-11 and have much more talent than we have. The Chiefs are 2-13 and have more talent than we have. The Eagles are 4-11 with more talent than we have. The Panthers are 6-9 with more talent. The Cardinals at 5-10 have more talent than us, though they have a worse OL and QB. we are pretty much at the bottom in terms of team talent, especially with the injuries to some of our best players.
Posted 24 December 2012 - 12:37 PM
Posted 24 December 2012 - 02:15 PM
I'm with 0099 on Tebow - he's a bad QB, but at the same time an offensive threat who can make things happen with his legs. The fact his first complete series did not come until the Titans game says a lot, and I'd have prefered if he had the odd series, as opposed to the odd snap in games, because when we have gone to the Tebow package it has invariably led to confusion and sometimes a wasted timeout.
Regarding Rex, I voted bottom 16 as he's been clueless when it comes to getting this team out of the rut it finds itself in. It's acceptable to lose to good teams who have more talent, but the way we crashed against New England (at home), San Francisco, Seattle and Miami was unacceptable. The only real chance we had of knocking off a better team was away in New England, and even then the team shot themselves in the foot (for instance that night our STs let up a kickoff return TD). Houston were made to work for victory that Monday night game, but then it was more a case of the Jets keeping in touch than threatening to go ahead.
Thankfully there's only one more week of this sorry season to go. Then it will be interesting to find out which direction the owner decides to take the team in, and to see the personnel decisions that are made by whoever will be in charge of making them.