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Posted 17 Apr 2014Probably how other people feel about Rex.
Not even close to being the same thing.
Big difference from a coach that knows football being mouthy and involved than an owner that thinks he knows the game and constantly involved. It sure hasn't worked out to well with the Cowboys and Redskins and not to mention the Raiders when Al Davis was alive. Owners like that hold a team back more often than not. I doubt Trump would be any different since he is a control freak.
As far as your comment on Rex.He isn't the first mouthy coach and won't be the last. A mouthy coach doesn't mean the team will fail. Look at the Harbaugh brothers for reference. Also Cowher and Grudenwere pretty mouthy.
Posted 1 Apr 2014I agree with the assessment that he isn't worth taking a chance on regardless of skill.
First Philly flat out releases one of the best receivers in the game. That says something.
Andy Reid believes in second chances.
Bringing in Vick after his prison sentence and with all the people that had sheer hate for Vick by maybe half the country for what he had done to those dogs and Read is a dog lover himself. That is a huge testament to a coach believing in second chances.
And yet Reid wants absolutely nothing to do with Jackson? That right there speaks volumes. Other teams see this and realize the skill isn't worth the problems that come with the receiver.
So 115 if you cant see this clear writing on the wall in this instance you are an idiot. You would rather chance one problem receiver with major baggage being brought in and possibly destroying the locker room or at the very least causing constant problems just because he has skill????? If Reid doesn't want him Jackson is not worth the trouble. The Chiefs certainly need receivers big time.
Posted 24 Mar 2014The guy is a play maker no doubt but is he worth all the trouble? I'm not so sure.
Being one of the top receivers in the league and yet Philly still wants him gone. That isn't a good sign.Says the guy is possibly a time bomb waiting to happen. With NY media if Jackson was here and caused problems it could destroy the whole locker room.
Posted 24 Mar 2014Shuffle or circus or whatever way the media spins it, this had to happen. Idzik wasn't going to risk Sanchez beating Geno this summer. Vick has experience with MM. It was too obvious that Sanchez was being held as the last hope if the Jets couldn't sign another vet as back up. Best part? Vick signed for a one year deal.
New plan! Draft a QB late in the draft (Fales?) and cut Simms. Go into the season with Geno, Vick, rookie. Develop the rookie and he replaces Vick as #2 next year as Geno (hopefully) solidifies himself as #1.
I have only one problem with one thing you said.... about risking Sanchez beating Geno out. The rest of what you said was fine but that part was kind of stupid.
Sanchez has been crap every year he has been in the league so even if they did keep him and pay him all kinds of money to be crappy what would be the point. So no is wasn't any kind of risk. Sanchez is what he is and a change of scenery isn't going to change him. Whether Mark is better than Geno or Geno is better than Mark it isn't the point. mark has failed miserably and if not for him being literally carried by the extraordinary team he had around him 4 two years he would have been never got that contract that put us in a mess to begin with.
Marks future is either a great backup qb or a qb brought in to start for a team that has no other chance to get an actual quality qb.
The whole point is it doesn't matter who is better between the two. The fans needed a fresh start and Mark will never be the answer so getting rid of Sanchez and playing Geno or someone else was the only right move period. Keeping Sanchez would have been a circus. If Geno and Sanchez would have both been here healthy it would be a complete circus because if Geno doesn't pan out we would have had two mediocre qb`s.
As far as Vick I have mixed feelings and it has nothing to do with the dog thing.
Vick has sustained a lot of injuries and isn't what he once was. He has a strong arm but not very accurate. Won in Atlanta by his feet alone and in Philly he was surrounded by an explosively fast offense.
I just have doubts he will be able to help this team as much as Jets fans think he can.
No matter what it will be an interesting year and at least we can see light at the end of the tunnel with butt fumble gone. There was no future with Sanchez here starting but now we at least have some hope.
Posted 23 Jan 2014I'm pretty sure in Jacksonville he'd be the starter as soon as he walked in. outside of them IDK who would say that
The problem with this is that Jacksonville has the 3rd pick and they are projected to either pick a qb or go defense. If they go defense in the draft and basically say they are going to stay in rebuilding mode for the year then I guess I could see it. If they drafted a a qb and also brought Mark in there is no way Mark wouldn't have to compete for the job
Still can be an NFL starting QB.
Our coaching staff and front office did him ZERO favors.
To keep it short I`d say you are delusional and the only way he will start is for a rebuilding team that isn't worried about wins or as a backup coming in for an injury
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