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Update - done deal - 3 year contract 

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Well he'll have to go through his immense list of offers before he decides.

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I hope that dirty piece of ***** lands elsewhere.  #Dirty*****ingKiko trying to end JA's career is enough.  We don't need a headhunter like Gregggggggggggggggggg in the AFCE also.

 

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1 minute ago, Freddie's Dead said:

I hope that dirty piece of ***** lands elsewhere.  #Dirty*****ingKiko trying to end JA's career is enough.  We don't need a headhunter like Gregggggggggggggggggg in the AFCE also.

 

Maybe Gase will trade for his guy and greggg will have the perfect muse for bountygate part deux 

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Watching Williams and Gase together in NY would be worth the price of admission.  He will improve their defense, but the dysfunction inherent in this marriage would be fun to watch.  

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Just now, YoloinOhio said:

Maybe Gase will trade for his guy and greggg will have the perfect muse for bountygate part deux 

 

#Dirty*****ingKiko playing for Greggggggg?  Jesus Christ.

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1 minute ago, FLFan said:

Watching Williams and Gase together in NY would be worth the price of admission.  He will improve their defense, but the dysfunction inherent in this marriage would be fun to watch.  

I don’t think it would be that bad.  He would be in full control of the defense and Gase would be in charge of the offense.  I hate Gregg but the Jets have some good players.  

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Just now, FLFan said:

Watching Williams and Gase together in NY would be worth the price of admission.  He will improve their defense, but the dysfunction inherent in this marriage would be fun to watch.  

Alex marvez was saying on radio yesterday that greggg is a huge pain to work with and teams end up deciding he’s not worth it because his defenses are boom or bust and inconsistent, and he refuses to adapt his scheme to personnel. That was definitely the case in Cleveland last year. This year he had more success (and more talent) , but still inconsistent 

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I don't understand the animosity towards Williams, he hasn't coached in Buffalo in years.

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11 minutes ago, HT02 said:

I don't understand the animosity towards Williams, he hasn't coached in Buffalo in years.

Watch Hard Knocks. He’s been on twice.  Total bag of Richards.

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Just now, C.Biscuit97 said:

Watch Hard Knocks. He’s been on twice.  Total bag of Richards.

lol, ok i haven't seen that.  I met him once after a game he coached in Buffalo and he couldn't have been nicer or more friendly he spent literally 20 minutes talking football with my cousin and myself.  

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6 minutes ago, HT02 said:

lol, ok i haven't seen that.  I met him once after a game he coached in Buffalo and he couldn't have been nicer or more friendly he spent literally 20 minutes talking football with my cousin and myself.  

FWIW James Laurinaitis does a local radio show here and he LOVES Gregg .... played for him on the Rams. He always talks about him with nothing but glowing remarks ... other coaches not so much. I think it’s more fellow coaches and FO that find him obnoxious and hard to work with. 

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6 minutes ago, HT02 said:

lol, ok i haven't seen that.  I met him once after a game he coached in Buffalo and he couldn't have been nicer or more friendly he spent literally 20 minutes talking football with my cousin and myself.  

 

He needed the 20 minutes to figure out how he was going to kill you and where to take your body.

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Vance Joseph makes sense if he doesn't end up in Cincinnati.

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Gase is already a bit of a head case who seems to be one bad batch of shrimp away from blowing his lid.

 

While I don’t want to play against Greggy defenses, the chance that it could end so horribly is amazing.

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52 minutes ago, HT02 said:

I don't understand the animosity towards Williams, he hasn't coached in Buffalo in years.

The animosity stems from him a) being a terrible coach in Buffalo while remaining supremely arrogant all the while, b) being an absolutely terrible human being, and c) selling snake oil and lies for most of his professional career. 

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The New York Jets are expected to hire Adam Gase as their new head coach, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington.

Former Cleveland Browns interim head coach Gregg Williams is under consideration for the defensive coordinator position, sources told ESPN.

 

(and more) 

The Jets reached out to Gase soon after he was fired by the Miami Dolphins on Dec. 31. He was only 23-25 in three seasons, but he dominated the Jets, winning five of six meetings.

 

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25724125/adam-gase-expected-hired-new-york-jets-head-coach

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33 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

FWIW James Laurinaitis does a local radio show here and he LOVES Gregg .... played for him on the Rams. He always talks about him with nothing but glowing remarks ... coaches not so much. I think it’s more fellow coaches and FO that find him obnoxious and hard to work with. 

http://www.espn.com/nfl/columns/story?id=2672668

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5 minutes ago, dave mcbride said:

The animosity stems from him a) being a terrible coach in Buffalo while remaining supremely arrogant all the while, b) being an absolutely terrible human being, and c) selling snake oil and lies for most of his professional career. 

You say that like it's a bad thing.

 

 

 

:ph34r:

 

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59 minutes ago, HT02 said:

I don't understand the animosity towards Williams, he hasn't coached in Buffalo in years.

 

The bountygate thing and the way he comes across on Hard Knocks.

 

Frankly I don't understand why this guy has a job.

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2 minutes ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

The bountygate thing and the way he comes across on Hard Knocks.

 

Frankly I don't understand why this guy has a job.

Seems like the bounty gate stuff has been swept under the rug to some degree. But it was so bad when you go back and see what he actually said to the players. And I do think it’s a factor as to why he will never be a HC again. Perception with focus on player safety. 

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1 hour ago, FLFan said:

Watching Williams and Gase together in NY would be worth the price of admission.  He will improve their defense, but the dysfunction inherent in this marriage would be fun to watch.  

Why should we presume he'll improve the defense? In his 20 years of coaching (DC and HC), his defenses have finished in the bottom half of the league 10 times in the points allowed category and 10 times in the yards allowed category.  By the numbers, he is perfectly mediocre judging from his long history. 

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15 minutes ago, whatdrought said:

Gase is already a bit of a head case who seems to be one bad batch of shrimp away from blowing his lid.

 

While I don’t want to play against Greggy defenses, the chance that it could end so horribly is amazing.

 

I'm just admiring the phrase "one bad batch of shrimp away from blowing his lid"

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Just now, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

I'm just admiring the phrase "one bad batch of shrimp away from blowing his lid"

 

I don’t contribute much to these boards, but I feel that I’ve really carved out my niche. 

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