Jets Special Teams coach Mike Westhoff breaks down the failed onside kick from the Jets’ loss to the Houston Texans.




Mike Westhoff Breaks Down The Jets Onside Kick From Sunday

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jojo2218
jojo2218

this site use to be so good 

1harris1
1harris1

Didn't care what Barkley said about the team before; don't care what he has to say now. Everybody has an opinion.  


The only thing I found what he said to be remotely interesting was his praise for Robin Lopez. A lot of folks have been ridiculing the Knicks somewhat for the money on that contract; Barkley's take seemed to be the exact opposite.

knicks2016
knicks2016

@1harris1

Lopez contract is not bad, when Shump is getting $40 for 4 years.  That is the kind of contract in todays NBA for a top 10 center and top 5 defensive center,

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hashbury
hashbury

I am now convinced Melo is an absolute dope or fraud.  Based on his comments about there having been a great chance for the Knicks to land Aldridge, he is a dope if he doesn't understand how that undermines Jackson with the fans or a fraud as he is purposefully throwing Jackson under the bus.  Just shut up already.

And doesn't Boeheim have anything better to do than comment about player that played for him 10 years ago?  Keep destroying the Syracuse program, that seems to be your strong suit.

spider43
spider43

Agree about Boeheim. I have never liked him. He's overrated, yet the program was able to win a championship despite of his stale playbook. I'm hopeful they will find a younger, energetic and imaginative basketball mind like a Bill Self or someone similar OUTSIDE of the current program to lead this team to more than their typical 2nd or 3rd round exits from the NCAA tournament.

As for the Knicks, I'm still giving Jackson some time. There is/was nobody out there who was going to turn this team around super fast. My only concerns will be if he can manage to attract 1st tier free agents at the next opportunity. I'm not sure he'll have adequate space to do that, and even if he managed to obtain that space, will the free agents like Durant even want to come? If NY keeps swinging for the fences aand missing on the top talent, will Anthony even be part of the team moving forward? And if Anthony isn't part of the solution, what player(s) would be willing to come here and be the LONE remaining All-Star?

It's quite a dilemma for Phil and this team, and there won't be any quick or easy answers to continue this rebuild in the right direction. I can only hope Phil knows what he's doing. He may have been a great coach, but that doesn't mean he's necessarily got the right answers to captain the Titanic and avoid the icebergs on the way to his 5 year plan. No matter who is driving this ship, it's just too big to turn aaround in the span of the 2 years he has been on the job. He needs more time.

RivDim
RivDim

"The pressure is now on Carmelo Anthony to lead this team. Phil Jackson has, for the most part, held up his end of the bargain"

What are you on crack? Carmelo is suppose to lead this team to what exactly? Is Carmelo Anthony Jesus Christ or is he Moses? This roster boats no other all star. It's Carmelo Anthony and a couple of players deserving of an NBA roster spot. That's all we know about this team. Lebron James is the only player in the NBA who can be expected reasonably to lead this roster anywhere significant.

So after inheriting a 54 win team (37 with multiple injuries), we are now giving Phil Jackson credit for putting NBA talent on the court after walking into 27 million in cap space?

RivDim
RivDim

It must be awesome to be Phil Jackson. Put a team of hot garbage D-leaguers on the court one year and get credit for putting actual nba players on the court the next. Knicks fans used to be intelligent. What happened to this town?

hashbury
hashbury

@RivDim I think Felton's contract was really what he wanted to unload.

bsmooth1
bsmooth1

So what would you have done differently since Phil Jackson is doing such a bad job???

hashbury
hashbury

@Phelan P. Ferguson @RivDim Jackson didn't create any cap space.  Alll those contracts, except JRs, were coming off anyway.  And Calderone;s contract negated JRs anyway.

RivDim
RivDim

I wouldn't have forced the Knicks to play within an offense that has always yielded bad results outside of a roster that featured at least two all time NBA greats.

I would have allowed the Knicks to trade for Kyle Lowry in 2013. This would have guaranteed back to back division championships, preparing for the opportunity created by the impending cap space.

It's not too difficult to do a better job than what phil jackson has done. He has done nithing more than put nba players on the court, which I guess is an improvement from the Dleauge garbage he fielded last year. This team was a 54 win team (37 after a boat load of injuries +Tyson's mom having cancer and Felton's domestic problems).

And you people want to give Phil Jackson credit for getting Robin Lopez with the highest offer?

RivDim
RivDim

Why are we changing the subject? This isn't about what I would have done. The fact is that Phil Jackson didn't not create any cap space. He actually decreased cap space by trading Chandler for Calderon.

What I see here is people judging Phil Jackson by the hot garbage HE HIMSELF created last year. 17 wins trash. All he has to do is improve on his own garbage and some sheep will give him credit. The Knicks won 54 and 37 games before Jackson got here. The Knicks have to win somewhere between those numbers for Jackson to get an inch of credit imo.

hosket
hosket

@RivDim it is altogether conceivable that the previous administration...Grunwald...would have not allowed those contracts expire and what a god awful mess we'd have.  So allowing them to expire...was proactive.

uliar
uliar

@RivDim 

Samething I said about Donnie. When people were praising him for getting under the cap, all those contracts he traded away including Zach & Crawford had two yrs left. Those two yrs we didn't have to be as bad to get the chance of signing Lebron. Felton, Gallo and Chandler contracts would had been up after those two yrs as well.

jojo2218
jojo2218

@RivDim can we wait to see what team does this yr cus there is no pass till then jury is still out

RivDim
RivDim

That isn't conceivable. No GM would have offered contracts beyond the league minimum to Amare Stoudemire and Barginani. And Phil didn't even simply allow Chandler's contract to expire.

You're fishing for reasons to give Jackson credit. He's been awful so far. The cap space was going to happen. We all knew that. Aaron Afflalo at 8 mil a year was a decent move. But literally everything else Jackson has done since he's gotten here has been mem to awful.

Brostoevsky
Brostoevsky

It is way too early to judge Phil on the pass/fail scale. Other Knicks GMs have walked into waves of expiring contracts and imminent cap space and either traded it (and draft picks) for garbage like an aging Glen Rice, made bad signings and/or been unable to sign anyone decent with the cap room.

Was last year an abortion? Yes. But there is no combination of alternative moves Phil or anyone could have made that would have made last year a contending team given the financial and personnel constraints. So maybe we'd have had a 20-something win team and a worse draft pick. Big deal?

This is the first time in a long time the Knicks have had appropriately priced talent and an apparently strong draft in as long as most of us have been fans.

Ultimately Phil's success or failure will depend on whether Zinger and Grant develop, whether the younger players currently on the roster improve and who they sign next year

Phelan P. Ferguson
Phelan P. Ferguson

@RivDim He didn't jus "walk into cap space".  It took some very calculated and much criticized moves to create that cap space.  For many years the cry was that the Knicks couldn't even get in the conversation because they were hamstrung by the cap.  The reputation of this team was so shot that the top tier free agents were understandably leery.  Against that backdrop Phil did a very commendable job of assembling good character pieces that actually fit together to form a TEAM.  Even notorious Knicks hater Chuck is giving credit.  The foundation is set.  If the Knicks can just win a few games this season then the free agents will come.

RivDim
RivDim

He did walk into Cap space.

The contracts of Amare Stoudemire, Bargniani, Shumpert, and Chandler were set to expire. Phil Jackson actually deceased the Knicks' impending cap space with the Calderon for Chandler trade.

Phil Jackson did not create any cap space. That's just some good ole Kool aid someone stirred up,and you seem to be enjoying it. Good for you.