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Old 12-13-2010, 07:21 AM
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Seriously........what do you think of that guy tripping a player on the sidelines? All Team rivalies apart, NOT cool. Rex needs to deal with this guy. Jets don't have the best repuatation this season as is. But thats really low for a Coach to do.
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Seriously........what do you think of that guy tripping a player on the sidelines? All Team rivalies apart, NOT cool. Rex needs to deal with this guy. Jets don't have the best repuatation this season as is. But thats really low for a Coach to do.
They guy should be fired. No doubt about it. Completely classless, not to mention your player ended up injured. Makes me wonder how much of a "thug" mentality is brewing in that locker room.
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Old 12-13-2010, 07:43 AM
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I agree 100%. It comes from the Top. I don't ever see a Belichick Team doing that and getting away with it.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...=twitter_share

The Guy is a strength coach , not a posistion coach. Fire him and make an example . What a lucky person to have such a posistion , Strentgh coaches and Trainers are a dime a dozen.
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I agree 100%. It comes from the Top. I don't ever see a Belichick Team doing that and getting away with it.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...=twitter_share

The Guy is a strength coach , not a posistion coach. Fire him and make an example . What a lucky person to have such a posistion , Strentgh coaches and Trainers are a dime a dozen.
Yep, couldn't agree more. I couldn't believe it when I saw it.
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Old 12-13-2010, 08:20 AM
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I agree 100%. It comes from the Top. I don't ever see a Belichick Team doing that and getting away with it.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...=twitter_share

The Guy is a strength coach , not a posistion coach. Fire him and make an example . What a lucky person to have such a posistion , Strentgh coaches and Trainers are a dime a dozen.
Exactly. Fire the guy. With the targets already on this teams back (which I admit they put there themselves), the media and everyone else doesn't need help putting a bad light on this organization. There is no room in the game for anything like what he did. The best thing they can do is fire this guy. Strength coach is nothing more than a glorified personal trainer and guys like that are EVERYWHERE. I hope Rex's loyalty to his guys doesn't get in the way of doing the right thing here.
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fire him a/s/a/p
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Old 12-13-2010, 08:30 AM
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Cool. I wasn't sure what your guys reaction to it was going to be. Glad to see everyone sees this as unacceptable behavior. Not at this level of the sport.
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Old 12-13-2010, 08:31 AM
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Another Jet Kodak moment.
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Send him packing along with shotty, this organization needs to make example of poor leadership.
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First two replies I said to myself "nah he didn't do that. he wouldn't have..."

Third replay, I was ashamed to be a Jets fan at that moment. Totally disgusted me. I hope he's fired and never works in the NFL again. I don't expect to see that in JV pee-wee football.
 

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