Daily Links: Rexy

  • Jets GM candidates must decide if they can live with Rex Ryan for a year as coach [Newsday]
  • Woody Tells GM Candidates They Must Keep Rex For One Year [The J-E-T Press]
  • One Jets player thought Tim Tebow should have been given a chance [Newsday]
  • Jets tight-lipped on Rex’s kinky ink [NY Daily News]
  • Dave Caldwell appears the front runner to get the Jags’ GM job [CBS Sports]
  • Philosophy under Mike Tannenbaum of trading draft choices results in numerous lost opportunities [NJ]
  • Best and worst Jets playoff moments since 2003 [NY Post]



11 comments
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RebeccaJHunter

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Jaymes Provine
Jaymes Provine

Not sure how TC will feel bout it but if y had to choose today gun to my head the choice is Schwartz... If u could get Pepper to come on as DL coach more power to ya but that's too good to be true...

Prob w Spagz is the obv stated in this post, whereas the prob w Pepper for DC is not that he hasn't gotten his shot yet as DC but WHY he hasn't?! The guy learned under Belichek for 10+ yRs 13 I believe and Bill never considered him time after time he was passed up for the other guy so of your vetting big PJ that's prob first question that needs answering

Brian Webster
Brian Webster

How about Schwartz as DC, Pepper as DL coach and Morris as DB coach

greekgod
greekgod

Jim Schwartz is top notch as DC, is a couple of points in favor of Jim over Steve.

homerjay
homerjay

Jim Schwartz followed by Pepper Johnson would be my first two choices.

greekgod
greekgod

Pepper JOhnson may be the one but he has no experience as DC if they pick him then its  basically about price tag and Pepper would walk to the teams office for the job of his life.

Sean Cedar
Sean Cedar

I think we need to keep in mind that just because an individual doesn't have success as a head coach does NOT mean that they wouldn't make a great offensive or defensive coordinator. 

dminches
dminches

@Sean Cedar Usually they have already been a coordinator.  Very few coaches don't pass through the assistant route.  I am not sure what you are saying.


Richard George Novotny III
Richard George Novotny III

It seems like Sean is trying to say that just because someone who was a good coordinator (say, like Rex Ryan, or Steve spagnuo) and then failed as a head coach could be perfectly fine coaches back in their coordinator role.