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Posted 4 Jan 2015If Mariota, Winston & Cooper are all off the board at 6, do we trade down or take Parker? 6'3" and good hands.
Posted 4 Jan 2015Msrshawn Lynch may be knowsn for his love for Skittles but at the moment, all signs are pointing that Woody Johnson & the New York Jets are into M&M's.
By M&M's, of course I'm referring to MacCagnan & Marrone.
The Jets general manager search just happens to be littered with candidates who have ties -- and in some cases very strong ones -- to Doug Marrone, who became a free agent last week when he exercised an out clause in Buffalo. The Jets are already deep into their GM search, and they met with Marrone on Saturday, with several league sources maintaining they are likely to be the first team to name a new coach this week.
Jets owner Woody Johnson is prepared to have the process wrapped up by the end of this week and quite possibly much sooner, with top general manager candidate Mike Maccagnan of the Texans interviewing on Monday. Maccagnan might have the closest ties of all to Marrone as the two men have become very close since their time together in the long defunct World League of American Football, with Maccagnan signing Marrone to be the quarterback of the London Monarchs back in 1991. Suffice to say, there would be an eagerness to work together again, and Maccagnan is very well thought of by Charley Casserly, who is one of the advisors to Johnson in the process and who hired Maccagnan in Washington and then brought him to Houston when Casserly was named general manager there.
Posted 28 Dec 2014STUDS:
Geno with a perfect 158.3 QBR
Decker - career high receiving single game
And yes..................they're all DUDS for taking us out of the potential #3 draft spot to now likely as far back as #6
Posted 27 Dec 2014Rex cleared out his office
Report: Rex Ryan cleans out his office, expects to be fired by Jets
By John Breech | CBSSports.com
December 27, 2014 11:20 am ET
It looks like Rex Ryan has less than 48 hours left of coaching the Jets. (USATSI) It looks like Rex Ryan has less than 48 hours left of coaching the Jets. (USATSI)
It looks like Rex Ryan doesn't expect to be head coach of the New York Jets much longer. According to NJ.com, Ryan has already cleared out his office at the Jets practice facility in Florham Park, N.J.
According to the report, Ryan hasn't officially been told he won't be returning next season, but he did find out that Jets consultant Charley Casserly has begun the process of contacting potential candidates to replace him.
It appears Ryan put two and two together at that point and decided to clean out his office a few days early.
Cleaning out his office now makes sense. The Jets play the Dolphins on Sunday and if Ryan gets fired shortly after that game, he could stay in Miami and enjoy himself at the beach -- and we know Ryan likes the beach.
Also, since he'll be in South Beach, he could get a new tattoo -- or have an old one removed.
Whatever Ryan does after Sunday's game, though, he had better do it quickly because he's not going to have much free time. The Jets coach will likely be getting a few phone calls next week from NFL teams with vacancies.
Both the 49ers and Falcons would be smart to call Ryan if Jim Harbaugh and Mike Smith aren't around next week. It's not clear yet what the Falcons plan to do with Smith, which is the opposite of Harbaugh's situation because there's a 1,000 precent chance he's not returning to the 49ers in 2015.
Anyway, if Ryan does get fired, he'll leave New York knowing he had the respect of his players until the very end.
After losing 17-16 to New England last week, Jets safety Dawan Landry had this to say, "It hurts after losses because [the coaches] prepare so well," Landry said. "We know we can count on [the coaching staff] to keep our spirits up and we know we're going to have a good game plan. It's easy to play for a coach like that. You love to play for a coach who loves to have fun and get after people."
Ryan can also point out that although the Jets struggled this year, they were the best 3-12 team in the history of football, at least according to Calvin Pryor.
Posted 9 Nov 2014Who do we got after?
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