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"adam gase" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:31 min | Last week

"adam gase" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He was a starting quarterback. He was never challenged. Monday's announcement said, okay, he's no longer on scholarship. That sent the message to the locker room. I'm like, okay, he has to play well, just like I do to keep my job. And then Wednesday, he makes the change to Mike white. So I think sala did a good job there. A reading the room and getting ahead of it before it became a real problem. Last thing, Brian, you know what? Through all the negativity this week with the quarterback situation, although I do agree, I think the Jets have handled it well. When you take a step back and you assess where the organization is, listen, I've seen them with terrible GMs with Mike mcadam, John izak, right? The list is usually pretty long there. Terrible head coach is Adam Gase. Look, Todd Bowles may be a nice guy, not a very good head coach. You're seeing that in Tampa. Do you want to take a step back and kind of assess the entire organization of the team? Are they going in the right directions? What they've brought in, did woody Johnson finally get it right with Douglas and Robert sala. Well, let's give Christopher Johnson some credit because he didn't hire those guys why woody was in England. So I do think they are clearly heading in the right direction, right? This team is fun to watch most weeks. It wasn't last week, but they have been fun to watch this season. Their defense is a playoff team defense right now. Their playoff caliber defense. There's young stars all over the place with some of them are hurt right now, breeze hauls her, Elijah bear Tucker's hurt, but you got sauce gardener, Quinn and Williams in the stud. So they're going in the right direction. This scene has more talent than the last since the last 5 or 6 years. The problem is what we hit on before. There's a big hole at quarterback. And that's the most important position in sports. And so it's nice to have a great roster, but you got to get the quarterback, right? And they haven't done that. So that's going to be a big test for them. This off season figuring out what they want to do at quarterback because even if they make the playoffs this year, I think they're a one and done the playoffs. I don't think anyone thinks this is a Super Bowl team. It'll be just a nice step for them. Well, next year they should be contenders. And it's going to really be dependent on what they do at quarterback. All right, last question. I have to throw this in. I'm going to give you three names list in order that you think the possibility is or the likelihood that they're going to be a jet next year. Aaron Rodgers, Jimmy Garoppolo, Derek Carr. Jimmy Garoppolo one, because the coaching staff here loves him from their time in San Francisco. I've been the only question is does Jimmy win the Super Bowl in San Francisco and end up staying there. I was a Derek Carr too, 'cause I think Carr makes a lot of sense. As well as a guy who's been coming here and run things efficiently. I think Aaron Rodgers is three. The money with Aaron Rodgers makes me pause. That is a big contract to take on. And also, so part of the narrative, if Aaron Rodgers leaves Green Bay is going to be he didn't like Matt Lafleur, right? Well, just offensive coordinator's name is Michael flore. And this is a smell of little brother. So I just, I don't see Aaron going from one level to another. I think Garoppolo and car make a lot more sense. Unless he wants to stick it to matlab for ha, I can win with your brother. I came home with you. Yeah, maybe he does that. Who knows? I remember the trick you gotta read. He's not fun to talk to. I've tried and I've tried a couple of times. There's no question about that. Brian castell New York Jets be reported for the New York Post Brian happy holidays appreciate the time. You too, thanks for having me. Great stuff there from Brian Costello. Yeah. There in Rogers thing, man. That is intriguing to say the least. He's not young, right? I mean, he's 37, right? He looks like a John Wick character these days with that crazy hair of his. I mean, in fact, he looks, can I say it? Does he look ridiculous art? Is that fair to say? He looks ridiculous. He looks ridiculous. I agree. He's trying to be like a biker guy, but he's not a biker guy. He's Aaron Rodgers, right? I don't think the skills have diminished, I think he just, I think he's checked out and he's 38, actually, just turned, well, wait, wait a minute, he's gonna be, yeah, he just turned, well, he's 30, he'll be 39, by the way, in a week. December 2nd, he turns 39. Wow. Sharon Rogers is gonna be third letters here. Just for everybody out there and packer land, then yourself today. REL. Relax. Relax. He's a strange cat. But he's great. One of the greatest quarterbacks in history. He is. I mean, Aaron Rodgers is one of the greatest quarterbacks in history. His touchdown to interception ratio is over four and a half touchdowns to interceptions. He finally threw his hundredth interception this year art. Finally. Wow. And what is this? You're 17, right? I mean, he finally reached a hundred interceptions. He is, in fact, he has not had a season with double digit interceptions since 2010. That's insane. That's amazing. And ten. He's got 7 and 11 games. He could get it this year, but I don't think so. Yes, I actually thrown 7 interceptions in a season art since 2016. He's automatic, but I don't think it's look, you know, Drew Brees played toys, like 42, 43, whatever. Brady's playing at 45, still playing a pretty high level. If you think you are a quarterback away from potentially winning the Super Bowl, the jets legitimately might be a quarterback away from winning a Super Bowl. I don't know what Green Bay can get for 39 year old quarterback, right? Maybe a day two pick.

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"adam gase" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:01 min | Last week

"adam gase" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Since 2010. The longest drought in the NFL, that hangs over this building. And they have a chance to snap that streak and kind of rewrite things a little bit. If they make the playoffs, it's a different feeling around here. So they've got a role with white for as long as they feel like the playoffs are possibility. If they drop out of things, then yeah, then I think he puts Zach Wilson back in there and see what you got. Then decisions are made about what you're going to do in free agency and the draft. Brian, I'm a jet fan lifelong jet fan, my hair has gotten significantly lighter and wider because of that. 30 37 years of jet fan because you couldn't get giant tickets back then, so I ended up going to Jack James, but here's what it is, Brian. You know, Joe Douglas, by all means, I think, is in a phenomenal job taking taking a terrible roster and turning it into a team that has incredible young talent, a dominating defense, and a potential for long-term success, but he thought he got his quarterback didn't, and that's a huge slight obviously on his resume. How do you assess Joe Douglas concerning he's made great moves, but the biggest move he's made hasn't panned out. What does that mean for him and the legacy that he hasn't addressed it? Yeah, it's tough because that was the big one. You know, that was the big pick was getting the quarterback right and remember. They had a big decision there to make with Sam darnold, whether they move on from him and they decided to move on from Sam darnold and they took Zach Wilson and that was a very defining moment for Joe Douglas. And right now, it doesn't look good. However, like you said, he's done a good job in other regards here. And this draft class this year could be historic. You know, Bruce hall was going to be a rookie of the year candidate before he got hurt. Sauce gardener is the leading candidate for defensive rookie of the year. They're getting good play from Garrett Wilson when he has good quarterback play. They've gotten a lot of production from this rookie class. And last year's class also looks pretty good. So he's done a good job in that regard and he's added some quality free agents. It's going to be tough for him though. Zach Wilson fails to just sort of manage around that. And it's going to be interesting to see what they do. I think they'll probably bring in a free agent quarterback in the off season and like go for it next year. They have to have to win next year, especially if they miss the playoffs this year. So I think ultimately, you know, Douglas could, I don't think he's going to get on fire Zach Wilson necessarily because I think he's done enough other stuff, but we're going to have to figure something out of quarterback for 2023. Brian, from all indications, it's a close knit group of guys in that locker room you hear guys say, hey, I'm hanging out with my friends. It's fun playing on Sunday with my friends. Robert saw, I think, is a, you know, home run pick to be the head coach. He has shown that the way he's handled the locker room and even his exes and knows you don't hear a lot of clock management issues, things like that. Was this locker room from what you've seen and heard Brian being around these guys? Was it truly starting to splinter because of Zach Wilson and the fact that there's such a gap between the offense and the defense? I'll splinters the right word because I don't think it was really directed at Zack more than the entire offense. And I think solid did a good job of just nipping it in the bud before it gets faster, right? I was around this team where Mark Sanchez this year and you remember they had great defenses and the offense, especially the offense always kind of lagged behind, but as the time went on with Sanchez it got worse and worse with the offense and you could feel the splinter in that group. There was basically two teams. I don't think it got to that point here because I think Robert sala was quick enough to understand Sunday Night that it could go that way if he went with it until Monday he comes out and announces everything's on the table where it basically he, for me, the announcement said, Zach Wilson's no longer on scholarship here. Because that was always kind of the feeling. He walked in here. He was a starting quarterback. He was never challenged. Monday's announcement said, okay, he's no longer on scholarship. That sent the message to the locker room. I'm like, okay, he has to play well, just like I do to keep my job. And then Wednesday, he makes the change to Mike white. So I think Salah did a good job there. A reading room and getting ahead of it before it became a real problem. Last thing, Brian, you know what? Through all the negativity this week with the quarterback situation, although I do agree, I think the Jets have handled it well. When you take a step back and you assess where the organization is, listen, I've seen them with terrible GMs with Mike mcadam, John izak, all right? The list is usually pretty long there. Terrible head coach is Adam Gase. Look, Todd Bowles may be a nice guy, not a very good head coach. You're seeing that in Tampa. Do you want to take a step back and kind of assess the entire organization of the team? Are they going in the right directions? What they've brought in, did woody Johnson finally get it right with Douglas and Robert sala. Well, let's give Christopher Johnson some credit because he didn't hire those guys why woody was in England. So I do think they are clearly heading in the right direction, right? This team is fun to watch most weeks. It wasn't last week, but they have been fun to watch this season.

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"adam gase" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"adam gase" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Almost converted me. But very much a West Coast elitist. So there are a lot of people who would like to live there. That's all I'll say. Yes. Great roster. In theory, you'd have to add a few more pieces, I think, but I think that there is probably pressure on him to look like less of an outlier, especially when some of those decisions hurt him the way that they did last year. And again, even though those decisions were outliers, we're like, oh God, look at this guy doing this, but most of the time they were incredibly sensible, I would guess that a 100% of them fell within the range of analytically explainable. Yes. No, absolutely. And look, even if you want to be skeptical of the numbers, which you can be, we don't have to take this all as gospel, but plus one 28% over the course of the season. That's within the margin of error. I mean, yeah, that helped them. His fourth down decision making was a definite plus a year ago. I just brought up the raw numbers here. I filtered so this is fourth and three or less. Last season versus this season. Last year, the numbers are actually not that different as far as going forward here. Let's see, 12 for 21 whole season a year ago, on fourth and three or less. This year they are 6 for 13. So going about the same rate a little bit less, but also the issue is they're making it less. They're offense is not as good. And we've talked about this. They obviously trust the quarterback. I don't think this is Justin Herbert issue. They don't trust the team around him right now. They are incapable of running the ball in a lot of situations here. And I think that is playing into it as well. I think he's a little, I think he's a little less bold, but they're also less successful. So that probably those things, you know, as well as public pressure, and I don't know how much public pressure there really is from chargers fans, but as you said, this is an attractive job for someone who is maybe a desirable coaching candidate who's out of work right now. But. I don't know anyone calling a Jason Garrett, Adam Gase, see if he wants to head over here. But yeah, the fact that you don't trust your offense and you're often said as giving you some reasons to not trust it in these situations. Also is part of this whole sort of mess that the Chargers find themselves in. Yeah, and yeah, you made a good point in terms of pressure from chargers, fans, because there are no chargers fans, which is, you know, which is a good thing. I would love to coach a team with no fans. I know. That's also probably one of the reasons this job is attractive. There's not, there's not that much pressure. Yes, there's, you know, people are gonna mock you if you can't win with Justin Herbert, but, you know, no one's gonna feel that passionate about it because they don't feel passionate about the team.

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"adam gase" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Bet The Board

"And I'm not sure you're going to commit to him with franchise changing money, even if this team were to win. You know, 9 to ten games potentially if everything broke the right way. Yeah, I think that process was kind of bizarre. You have a new owner and tepper and he's bringing in a new coach and the hope is at least in my mind, right? You're building for continued success in longevity and you're not trying to just hit the lotto playing penny slots. I didn't understand the philosophy. Find your franchise quarterback, build around him. They had a ton of early round picks, right? Like how many first round picks did they have in the top ten? Nearly every year, right? The first couple of years they picked. And you don't come away with someone. Now I understand the process of we think Sam darnold has potential. We know how high he was picked. We think Adam Gase was a dud, we can turn this guy around. And that's part of the ego's coaches do have. Under their tutelage, we can get the most out of this guy. We know he's talented. It just didn't happen. Baker Mayfield's an interesting story. I would have drafted an early round quarterback for sure. But this was always the place that made sense. Remember, we talked in the off season that like, oh, Seattle and Lake might go get baker may feel like this makes no freaking sense. Why would you want a quarterback that's potentially going to win you 8 or 9 games and you lose out on a Stroud. Carolina, those guys are on the hot seat. Go get a guy that's actually competent and get you to potentially 8 or 9 wins. I know the wind total set at 6 and a half. But you can exceed that because there's going to be a team in this level of 6 and a half, 7 wins that does make a leap and in the NFC. Try to keep your job. And that's ultimately what this staff is trying to do. Carolina did trade up for a quarterback in this year's draft. Matt corral in the third round who will now be shelled for the entire season as he unfortunately suffered a list Frank fracture. So anyone that thought he was going to be the face of the franchise going forward is going to have to wait a little while to see as Matt rule and company try and salvage their jobs. Two teams down two teams to go, but one remind all of you are loyal listeners. FanDuel dot com.

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"adam gase" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

09:15 min | 4 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Have missed. A special hello to everybody out there in our podcast community downloading our podcast. We greatly appreciated the cumulus podcast network. We love our relationship with cumulus and Westwood one and everybody that our partners with us and that includes you those out there who take in this program viewing it and listening to it 8 four four two O four rich is that number to dial right here on the program Christopher brockman good to see you, sir. How are you? Great to see you, rich. The streak is over. The streak is over. You sound like Michael Cole and undertake. Mike deltoid from doing ten straight days. Ten straight days. I think he needed the rest. I think he I think he pulled a hamstring. Everything ready? Yes, sir. Jason feller is sitting in the chair. Good to see you, sir. How are you and TJ Jefferson why are you lighting candles anymore? The pick, man. I still ain't a bit. I don't have any matches. I can't like the candle without playing. Oh my goodness. Gracious. I mean, it just throws off the whole Chi of the room. Doesn't it? Yeah. I fell off the last few days, but you know, we just figured had a couple of days to get one. Yeah. Well, you know what he's not going to do is since he is not lit the candle. The mets haven't lost to the Yankees. So that's true. I think he's never going to like that candle. Yeah, you told me you went and got a lottery tickets yesterday. I saw you went to an establishment. No, it's over a $1 billion. You can afford a lot of books. Mega was just, it wasn't the big one yesterday. It was now the big one is tomorrow morning. It's over a $1 billion. Okay, great. And I went to the 7 11. You're right. And I was going to go meet brockman for lunch after the show walked right by a bunch of letters and I didn't think. Those are hard to find. You guys meet for lunch? We did have lunch yesterday. Hey. We'll post that. And they invite you. Welcome to the show. What do you got? Now speaking of speaking of speaking of friendly work environments, looks like the Carolina Panthers have one. I mean, as soon as we went off the air yesterday, they sent not one, but both quarterbacks of the podium. Both quarterbacks to the podium. And. They seem to be just fine with each other, which is great. Somebody's got a career on the line. Right? They both do. Kind of. The winner of the quarterback competition is going to have that opportunity to take the bull by the horns. Take the Carolina Panthers to the playoffs and then show everybody that Matt rule system works. And they're the perfect conduit for it. And this player needs to be signed long term. And the other one will have to sit there and watch. Way to turn. Maybe have an opportunity if ghosts are seen or injuries occur. So let's hear from them. Because this is, I mean, folks, I don't know if we've paused long enough because of the Baker Mayfield deshaun Watson of it all. I don't think we've paused long enough for us to realize that the first two quarterbacks taken in a an incredibly recent draft 2018 and this is usually it takes 5 years to figure out what's going on and both of these quarterbacks have had four years and we haven't figured out all that much. 'cause darnold didn't get much of an opera. He got the opportunity in New York, but they really didn't surround him with much at all. He had two different coaches, one coach was just absolutely not ready for it and Adam Gase. And they handed the grocery shopping to him for one draft as well. I mean, the jets didn't do him any favors. The best favor they did was send him a Carolina, and then he got hurt last year in McCaffrey got hurt, so he really hasn't had that much of a week one to week 16 or week 17 opportunity with a roster around him to ready to roll sort of. Sort of in the way that Zach Wilson set up for the jets this year. To be honest with you, and then there's Baker Mayfield we all know his situation. But have we ever seen anything like this where two quarterbacks were highly touted? One's a Heisman Trophy winner. Another one's from USC. And. Both of them could have been the first overall pick easily that year. Couldn't have had an eyelash if it was Sam darnold first chosen overalls. As a matter of fact, this is a surprise that it was Mayfield. It was big time surprise. Coming out of the combine, it was a lock to be saquon Barkley. And here we are both of them are in the same quarterback room. It's nuts. So now that we've spent a little bit of time on that, here's a Baker Mayfield. Let's get him first up. This is what he had to say. About how things are working in that quarterback room. It's unique because we're all pretty young, you know? I mean, Sam and I are the oldest ones in the room and we're only going into year 5. So we're able to compete and kind of bounce ideas off of each other. Just the different systems that we've been in. Obviously they're learning this one for the first time too. So compare it, contrast, and just come up with ideas to see the most efficient way to run things and get this team winning. Sounds professional. Sounds great. Right? Sounds like you're kind of always sounds. He always says the right thing. He's professional? I think so well, his first year of memory wasn't shaken hands with Hugh Jackson. Remember that? And I thought that was. I thought that was spot on to be very honest with you. Thank you had it coming. Let's start Toronto Taylor after drafting you first overall. Let's do that. Until the jets not to Rod Taylor out of a game and then you can start winning. Oh my God, let's not go down too deep in that wormhole because guess who was a starting quarterback for the jets in that game. This guy, Sam darnold, who's in the quarterback room with bacon. This is nuts. This is what Sam darnold had to say. Yeah, I think that's kind of the philosophy of anything in life. If you want something, you just got to go out and take it. And that's kind of the philosophy that, like I said, you just got to have in anything in life, not just football or winning a quarterback competition. So, you know, we're both me and bigger going to compete. Like hex to go out there and compete for the starting job. That's sounds pretty healthy, normal too. And if you want something in life, you just got to go out and take it. That's with a little bit of a grain of salt because if that was the case then TJ Jefferson would have shoplifted that big lighter the other day. I'm glad that you did. Because you are a law abiding citizen who represents you and your family in this show with a plus first class all the time. Look at me, rich. I already look suspicious. I can't be doing stuff like that. Oh my goodness. Come on. Sam darnold, though, is making it look, I've said it, I'll say it again. And Joe banner, long time, general manager, and team president in this league is going to join us in our number two. I'm going to ask him this. Look, they saw darnold, they've gotten a year of seeing him up close if they thought he was the guy he would be the guy. If they thought Kyler Murray was studying hard enough in Arizona, they wouldn't have put a clause in the contract. Things happen for a reason, which is another way that you can go out and live life. Things happen for a reason. Baker was acquired in Carolina for a reason. And I think that gives him the leg up. He's also won a playoff game. And I think Sam darnold is there in case baker goes down. How does that sound? But it's a quarterback competition. Matt rule says, well, no, and we know. And another fascinating storyline playing out going into the 2022 season. And a lot of people aren't paying attention to it because they just feel that both of these quarterbacks are already washed up, which is not true. They're still so young and everybody feels it's Tampa's division, even though Ryan Jensen, their center went down earlier today. In practice, did you have to be carted off with a knee injury? Chris, is that what happened today? I was seeing conflicting reports on that, but it did not look good. Okay, so the bucks appear to have suffered the first significant injury of training camp season of any team. The guy right there in the middle of their offensive line for

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"adam gase" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Yeah, I mean, the middle of your defense needs a ton of work even though your guide Jared Davis is back there. And you're probably still going to need, you know, I don't know, do you do the jets take the first receiver off the board? Do they still try to diversify their weapons set a little bit? I don't know. I don't know what they do, but they have a lot of money, and I think that they're going to have to start spending it. This is just the football life cycle of how things happen, you know? Joe Douglas, you know, had a tough run there, right? Because you come in at the end of Adam Gase until you're evaluation period on your job starts then. And then, you know, this is a long haul, but you don't know how long you're going to get. And so you have to be situationally aggressive. He has them set up with the space in the pics, but some stuff needs to happen now, you know? He's sending a message, anyone, anywhere in the world, I can get you and it will hurt. It was a plot straight out of James Bond, an assassination carried out with the world's most toxic chemical weapon. The victim was Kim Jong Nam. He was the first born son of North Korea's supreme leader. He should have been the successor. Instead, he'd be murdered in one of the most brazen and bizarre political plots of all time. Join us as we investigate the potential motives, Kim Jong-un actually had several reasons for wanting to assassinate his older brother. The family backstabbing. There's a lot of cloak and dagger stuff about him, John. And the petty paranoia. In North Korea, when somebody challenges you that challenger must be eliminated. Behind the most audacious assassination of the 21st century, listen to big brother on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Hey, it's Dua Lipa. I'm.

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"adam gase" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

06:37 min | 9 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Venture to say it did not work out all that well for him. Bill Miller was the D.C. faster on quite a bit, eventually ended up under Jimbo Fisher at Florida state, retired in 2019. Do you all know this name Bruce pat ruled that was the offensive line coach? Eventually ended up hooking up with Pete Carroll at USC and stayed with him for 15 years, you know, like the last four or 5 years at USC and then a decade at the Seahawks retired in 2020. So never advanced beyond OL coach, but I can't say that necessarily, I don't know, where do you score that one? No, here's a really good coach. Obviously won a bunch of he had some rings from his time here at USC. All right, we get to our first one who's still active. That is linebackers coach Bill Sheridan. He eventually became an NFL assistant for a long time, and the Lions defensive coordinator for several years. And in 2022, he was recently hired by Paul Chris, as Wisconsin's inside linebackers coach. The next name is Mark d'antonio. I think it worked out pretty well for him. Within a couple of years that he got hired by Jim tressel to be the Ohio State D.C. and we all know what happened from there. Bob. Went into the NFL as far as I can tell, he's been out of coaching since 2010. Brad lawing became, he's a big recruiting guy. He ended up working for spurger at South Carolina and Jimbo at Florida state. Not sure. I think he's retired. I'm not sure how long he's been retired. The running bass coach was Reggie Reggie Mitchell. Man, tracking down Reggie Mitchell was not easy. He was you taps running backs coach in 2019 and based on his Twitter feed, I believe he is now a coach of some sort at Missouri southern. Is that an AIA school? No, I thought it was an FCS. I thought it could be wrong. Missouri southern, not southwest Missouri, Missouri southern. Last name on the list though, Bruce ended up doing pretty well for himself, and that was one of his GAs at the time. A guy named Josh McDaniels. Yes. This is where I feel like Saban was especially strong with the off field staff guys. Who really seemed to flourish. So of that group, so Josh McDaniels in it and then previously, at one time, the GAs there were Brian Poland who ended up becoming the head coach at Nevada is now a special teams coordinator at LSU. Brian dabal, who ended up and is now the Giants head coach, and at one point was Alabama's OC, Mel Tucker, who was a GA there and Mel Tucker actually was on Nick Saban's first staff at LSU. And so, but the one guy I think we know who did go, I believe, was Adam Gase, who was an off field guy at Michigan state, and then ended up he went from being a student assistant at Michigan state to becoming a GA on the first LSU staff in 2000. Yeah, so we were trying to figure that out. Adam Gase was a student and he was still an undergrad when Saban left Michigan state so he may be the one guy that actually got on the plane, but he was also just graduating from college. So here's the deal. Whether I don't know, we'll never know like the saving intend to keep all those guys, some of those guys, I don't know, but what I do think we can agree is that the staff he did end up assembling an LSU in 2000. Was a much more impressive staff with the benefit of hindsight, Jimbo was his OC. Mike Haywood was the running backs coach. He, as you recall, eventually became very briefly Pitt's head coach and got into some legal problems. Rick trickett was his first O line coach, Rick trickett has wasn't offensive line coach forever. And it still is back as an offensive line coach. I think he's on rich rod staff. Tight ends coach, Derek Dooley, future head coach of the Tennessee balls. Linebackers coach south and serie, who ended up working off and on for saving quite a bit over the years. You mentioned Mel Tucker. He was the DB's coach. Again, with the GA's brewers, how is he so good with the GAs? Freddie kitchens. Yeah, Freddie kitchens, who was an NFL head coach. Maybe the real star of the staff and I don't want to obviously I shouldn't say quite like that was Jimbo's had tremendous amount of success. Mel Tucker, but Pete Jenkins arguably one of the best position coaches in all of football, longtime defensive line coach. That's that was a big get because as you remember, they loaded up. They did. And the defensive coordinator. Was, I always felt like it was the most. There's a couple of guys like this. I want to say Taylor stubborn stubble field was like this or is like this as a receiver's coach where they've been a lot of places in a, you know, like almost like two years here, one year here or whatever. Yeah. Phil O nation was that guy. He only spent one year as the defensive coordinator at LSU. But this is kind of interesting. So in 1999, he was the DB coach of Wisconsin. In 2000, he was LSU's defensive quarter 2000 when he was West Virginia's defense corner in 2002, he was Marshall's linebacker coach in 2003, he was produced defensive back here. And in 2004, he was defensive backs coach at Nebraska. So he only so fast forward just one year to 2001 at LSU after there's been a couple staff changes and who comes in. His new D.C., Gary Gibbs. Gary Gibbs has gone on to be a D.C. several different places. His new linebackers coach, will moss champ. And notably in terms of the impact he would end up having on the Nick Saban Alabama era, GA, Scott Cochran. Interesting. Yeah. Yeah, Scott Cochran, who was local, there was John Curtis guy, and obviously had a big role in player development later on at Alabama. The man doesn't have many misses. Let's put it that way..

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"adam gase" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"They always had Succession plans for everything. Like you could basically when I did do my and I'm in the middle of it doing right now at PSG where I look at I look back on the previous season and I'll look forward. And I'll put a depth chart together. And by contracts and player grades and things like that and you look at it and you can say, you can almost predict. All right, well, they haven't expiring contract here. They don't want to be left short, so they're probably going to pick a guy in the middle rounds here, or they're going to sign a veteran free agent. And Bill just stopped doing that. You know, they had no succession plan in place for Brady. I mean, Jimmy Garoppolo was there, but then they traded him, you figured, all right, they'll get going again. Did they know? You know, Jerry Stidham was not a succession plan. Rob Gronkowski completely covered bear tight end when he retired, which he had already threatened that he was going to retire. You can go on and on and now they're in a position where at cornerback. JC Jackson, they're screwed if he's not back next year. Who's the number one or even number two cornerback on this team if they have to tag and trade JC Jackson? And then you look at the coaches, you know, yeah, Charlie Weiss was here. They had Josh McDaniels, like, you know, Josh Daniels wrote up, took out a full page ad in The Boston Globe today, and he even mentioned it in there about how he went from the defensive side of the ball to being the quarterbacks coach for like two years under Charlie Weiss. And they had that going and, you know, sometimes you're just gonna get raid and that's gonna happen. But it just doesn't seem like they're prepared for any of this stuff. And so, you know, your point about, did he think Josh was gonna go? I bet you I bet you he thought that Josh was gonna stay. Like, what's the point now? I'm, you know, it'd be nice if he just would have said, hey, Josh. Let's have a conversation. I'm only gonna do this for three years. I'd really like to turn this over to you. So why don't you stay put. But I can tell you there was never any talk like that. And I only bring that up because they took a quarterback in the first round. And they had to make a change at the position as we know after the 7 and 9 season. Everyone was calling for it, but it makes me wonder when you're trying to develop a young quarterback to your point about filling out your staff. Now you've got to worry about personnel making decisions not one year down the road, but two or three years down the road, you put it in our show rundown, like Bill is basically challenging himself to do everything. And look, sorry, Bill, you did this to Brady. Years ago, but with your age, I don't know what your contract situation is, Bill, but I'm sure it's pretty good, but at your age, at this point in time, that's a lot to ask on a Bill Belichick. And I think we discussed this a few weeks ago like rely on some people. Now, not just your Friends, because we folks get on Bill for just recruiting his friends to come coach him, but at least someone from outside of the building, I know there's been chatter about Adam Gase. Maybe a chance Patricia will come down to run the offense. There's a lot there. We need answers..

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"adam gase" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Lot of the game planning and a lot of the hands on stuff that has to go on behind the scenes on the coaching staff. Yeah, and that's concerning to me. This is where I'm more so concerned. Like I said, I don't necessarily mind Joe judge as an individual being in the building. What I'm more concerned about is what happened on defense happening on offense because the defensive side of the ball has a lot more talent than the offensive side of the ball. And look, who knows what it'll look like after the off season. But the defense in spite of everything that happened with the coaching staff was still the second ranked defense in the league. What is the offense look like if wires get crossed? The other thing is a defense you have guys like Devin McCourty like tons of Hightower who have been around who know what they're doing who are essentially like coaches on the field. The most important long-term storyline for this team is Mac Jones development. And now you're going to make that unclear. So I think the one the one thing they absolutely have to do. If they're going to go with this convoluted flow chart on offense, which I don't think they should do, but if they're going to do that, the one thing they absolutely have to do is have a defined quarterbacks coach. That role was split last year between Josh McDaniels and beaux artery. I don't necessarily it between those two guys specifically was a bad idea. I think it obviously worked back with good last year. I think you need a dedicated quarterback's coach who is not named Adam Gase on the staff. I think that is now if they're going to do short of bringing in Bill O'Brien as a defined offense coordinator, finding a dedicated incompetent quarterbacks coach to work with Mac is now priority one for the staff for the rest of the off season. I think that has to be the next step. It's a horrible setup for Mac Jones. There's no other way to put it. I think the thought process has always been for Bill Belichick. Do we have breaking news? Is that why you're not, yeah, it's not.

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"adam gase" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"I don't think we have a relationship where if I ever was critical, I'm sure if that in fact, if I ever was like, hey, Keith and had two really bad interceptions that are terrible, Keenan would probably agree with me and go, yep. Got to play better and this moment in that moment. So I just want people to know, I always try to be as objective as I can within reason. Like I have an opinion I will tell you my opinion, but I try to be very fair. And I'm not a Homer in any stretch of imagination. I don't hate anybody. I don't hate any team. And so that's some of the stuff behind the scenes behind my approach to the show. Let's talk about some big news in the NFL. I'm wearing a shirt today that should indicate a little bit where I'm about to go. The lead story of today's podcast. The dolphins have hired a new head coach, Mike mcdaniel, who used to be last year, the forty-niners offensive coordinator. And there's not a lot to be said here necessarily. I think it's a good move. Really what they need in Miami is a coach who can, frankly, help to try to save to a tongue of a lower their young quarterback. If you look at it from like wins and losses and I think tua has done pretty well, he's actually gotten better as time has gone on. Like he's tua could be a train wreck, and he's certainly not a trained wreck that's hopeless, but he's going to have to get good coaching. He's going to have to take a step forward and I'm actually excited because Mike mcdaniel is a guy who could do that. Mike mcdaniel, you never know. I mean, I think I at one point thought Adam gases me good head coach. Adam Gase was a guy who worked with a Manning for years, offensive coordinator in Denver, came to Miami and was horrible. So just because you're hiring an offensive coach, does not necessarily mean they're going to be good or a home run or work with tua. However, it feels good and I think that it's better than them hiring someone like I don't know. My Zimmer, who's a defensive coach, like I'm glad Matt ebert Matty bruffey said quarterback or the head coach of the Chicago Bears. When the bears hired him, I was kind of like, it's a bit weird. He had a young talented quarterback Justin Fields. He's going to need a coach who can work with Justin Fields to develop him. And instead of hiring an offensive coach, you hired someone who is on the defensive side who isn't going to work as directly with Justin Fields to develop him. So what the one thing you can praise about Miami heroes, they did really, really lean into. We got to work with our quarterback. We have to fix our offense. And they hired a coach, Mike McCain, who reflects that need, and I really, really like that. Also, by the way, one thing that is, I don't know, this isn't necessarily going to make him a better coach. In fact, it really has no factor at all. But one thing I love about Mike mcdaniel is that he is hilarious to listen to an interview. He's got a good personality he's fun to listen to. He's got a he has a lot of fun at the podium. And I don't know, again, whether or not he's going to be gray head coach. It's way way way too.

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"adam gase" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Shadow Shay, another name that's come up a lot with The O.C. hire OC candidate, former patriots, wide receivers coach, former patriots red zone coordinator, big red zone guy here in New England during his time on Josh McDaniels staff, did not have a good breakup with the Miami Dolphins and Brian Flores as their offense coordinator his original offensive coordinator when he took the job there in Miami. But this one was more about a stylistic issue than anything else. They had a quarterback and two that had to run a certain kind of offense, right? It just wasn't going to work with him without the RPO element without the spread element from the college game at Alabama. If you didn't do any of those things with tua, then he wasn't going to have a chance to succeed, so they moved on from the Patriots Earnhardt Perkins style scheme with O'Shea, but the interesting thing about O'Shea now is that he's gone to Cleveland in the last two years and work in a totally different system with Kevin Stefanski in the wide zone scheme. So he could have a chance. And this is the one thing I do like about potentially bringing in O'Shea is that there is a chance that he could marry the mcvay Shanahan with the Patriots playbook. And although I'd rather go spread and spread things out and put a lot more speed on the field and give Mac Jones, the shotgun formations and all that kind of stuff, it's not a terrible idea to try to marry some of those concepts from the wide zone system with what the Patriots are currently doing either. So if they want to go in that direction, then shadow Shay has experience in both systems with wide zone and with what the Patriots typically do with the downhill stuff. Yeah, I don't think he's a bad option. I just would like to have somebody more quarterback focused with Mac Jones being so young and look, they need to develop wide receivers too and he is that wide receiver background..

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"adam gase" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Sam darnold, Robbie Anderson, the list goes on and on. So bad that Adam Gase could not get a job in the NFL last year, not a head coaching job, not a coordinator job, not a positional coach job. So you know we're Adam gay sweat. Adam Gase went to is plenty Michigan. I think that's how you pronounce it. And coached at Lincoln high school. Lincoln high school last year, and by the way, couldn't get the head coaching job at Lincoln high school was the offensive coordinator at Lincoln high school. Lincoln high school last year went four and 5 averaged a touchdown less per game than division average in their quarterback, not to crap on this random kid, but their quarterback through ten touchdowns to 11 picks under the tutelage of Adam Gase. Yes, that is what I want for Mac Jones. I don't want an Adam Gase either. And I'm not spitting this to any sort of positive, but my point of bringing up Adam Gase is that the grass is not always greener on the other side. There is a way and I know patriots fans got sick of the third down play calling and the Brandon Bolden carries on third down and all these other things that they complain about what Josh McDaniels. But let's face it, McDaniels are really good coach, whether you like them or not. And you also have to recognize that the grass isn't always greener. There's definitely a way in a lot of ways I would say that this is a downgrade, significant downgrade. If the Patriots don't approach this correctly, and given where Mac is in his development, given where they're offense is integrating new pieces, hopefully integrating some more new pieces this off season. This is a big undertaking for somebody like an Adam Gase God forbid or somebody that's like a first year offensive coordinator like a Mick Lombardi or Nick Taylor, somebody that's already in-house on the staff..

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"adam gase" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"adam gase" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"So there's some truth in there to that for sure. Sure, it's like getting players out of the Adam Gase era jets, right? You get away from that suddenly they're great. Okay, I'm the same darnold, maybe not. But just about everybody else but you get them away from that location and maybe you do see a little bit of an improvement there. So I do think there's going to be a market for them, but like you said, the question is, the contract, then you have to be convinced that he's not the guy that we're seeing right now that he's actually at a different level. I do think it's interesting Harrison Barnes. I would feel like there's so many places he could fit. He's one of those guys where, I mean, just points about any team at the NBA, and you can go, oh, I could see how he could fit there. He's not a difficult fit in so many different places. I have to imagine he's going to have a fairly robust market. Yeah, and he's at 20 million this year and then that number drops down into around 18 million for next year. So those are yeah, that's not a number that's so big that it gets really hard to move. But when the contract gets hard to move is when you're north of 25 million in your nod a true max player because you're starting to close in on max territory with that number. But yeah, I mean, I said that yesterday, Harrison Barnes talking with a someone in a foreign office that said, if you need him to be your third guy will be your third guy, you need to be a 6 or 7th guy. He'll be your 6 or 7th guy. And everybody believes that in this guy. Around the league because he's just these very plug and plays productive, no matter where he is, no matter what his role is, he can scale up or down appropriately. So yeah, if they want to finally pull that trigger and say, we got to go, we got to do something with Harrison Barnes. Then this is the time, right? Because there's a lot of teams. Again, the league is pretty wide open. So there's a lot of teams, I think that are looking at this and saying, hey, yo, all right, let's go. Let's make the move. Let's push all in and try to win a championship. Now, if Sacramento, who there's been plenty of buzz about them and Ben Simmons, if it comes down to 76 or say, if you want this deal, you have to take Tobias Harris..

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"adam gase" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"adam gase" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"And look, the colts had a three possession lead in the first quarter, and they were sort of like halfway into victory formation throughout. But when I look at the box scores here on our stats and account, it always lists the receivers in order of who had the most catches. So the leading receiver is considered not the most yards, but the most catches, and the leading receiver on the colts side here was Jonathan Taylor 6 catches ten yards. 1.7 per. It's kind of game it was. Yeah, I don't know. Bill is just yes. Sorry. Just cut me out. The robot was right to do it. It's time to move on. And end the show here with the bills revival here. I don't think this necessarily. This is a quality team. They had certainly an off week down in Jacksonville last week. And look, I think Dawson Knox coming back makes a difference here. They get to go back to some of their too tight end looks after having to abandon that a little bit. But I don't know, maybe the story was a little more Mike white and just sort of returned to sanity when it comes to Mike white, especially where we are in this part of the country when it was kind of, I don't know. The discussion for the past two weeks is kind of been like, well, you get three first rounders for Mike white or do you think he hold out for a fourth at this point? And in reality, yeah, nice win against the Bengals. I had some guys who broke tackles and made plays probably a guy you can develop as your backup long term, but yeah, 44 for 24, four interceptions. This is what you have in white. Well, he got his turn on the back pages of the New York tabloids. That's an exciting time in his life. But really, it's just the jets are so frustrating to watch. And I know there's a lot of teams that are frustrating in the NFL, but because where we live and the fact that Connor and I are noted, jets, aficionados from the years 2010 to 2011. It's just the same old story every year. And there may be a little glimpse of optimism or maybe not, but it's just always returns to the same thing. And maybe they'll figure out a way out of this morass, but it's just kind of hard to watch another lost season. It is, and it's so strange because they've inched towards progress at different levels, right? I mean, they beat the Bengals. They played they beat the Titans. And in those games, I'm like, okay, here's a team that at the least is hanging tough when the Adam Gase teams are, you know, the Todd Bowles teams, the late Todd Bowles teams are certainly the end of Rex Ryan era teams, just seem to fall apart and had no interest in being there..

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"adam gase" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

The Game is Afoot!

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"adam gase" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

"Good okay tell me about your magic dagger characters. I would go. I you want to try to everyone. I can do the main. Pc's adam gase. Oh okay all right. Adam was a kid they just ran away so when i created adam he was. I was very skeptical about this. But ice where he was little just a plot device. I did not expect them to pick him up. Oh yeah no. I remember that he was there and sweet took has come under his sweeping and being picked on outside of a a a racetrack and then they killed the people that are bullying him and then they murdered a bunch of people inside and then stayed at a motel. Evan he like rushed to them. Like hey you guys should probably either leave or maybe do something about the people that escaped because they saw you they know who you are and then they went and murdered them then they murdered his slave owner and install. His horse had vehicles. Like all. Right you're coming with us. And he's like okay. This i feel like we should is a eleven year old boy. We accidentally kidnapped Yeah he's our friend now. I guess he was ten and he had a birthday in one of the spatial respites and later he's skilled in techno mansi. He's It's come in handy at least once he vowed kind of have some banter back and forth They're kind of ship captain cow. He's more like a. He's not so much over them as a co worker. He's kind of their He's a very traumatized man who has been through a lot and they do not trust to but he is there. Informatin gets them jobs and money. Do you want to do so brain. Hasn't technically part of the magic dog universe like a fish. She was in an episode but not and knock students like. Oh this makes sense..

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"adam gase" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Obviously is going to have to sit this one out. That's brutal injury. And that was according to our adam schefter and so now the rams are going to have to look elsewhere bart and let's bring in someone who maybe has a little bit insight on this show. Let's go to kirk. Morrison is the rams pre and post game analyst. Espn seven ten in la. And he joins us on the goodyear hotline kirk. Good morning to you. Things are being with us. I know it is early in. La thanks for waking up so early with us. And i mentioned it Rams losing cam acres yesterday to that. Achilles sean mcveigh said. I'm max kellerman that that will be an enormous loss and obviously that is true considering the stable of backs that they have and so where will they look now to fill that void Yeah first of all morning show you how you doing I honestly i would say the It's a big blow for the ran's but at the same time. I believe that this is an offense. That is still to be geared around matthew stafford. It's wide receivers is just gonna be running back by committee. Which in my opinion is best for this offense. We saw last year with the them. Deploying three running backs with camakers darrow henderson and also malcolm brown all three of those guys combined for twelve touchdowns over a thousand yards between the three of them. But no one had over six hundred and twenty five yards. So i i look at the same way that they had the running back platoon of a year ago. They'll probably have to do the same thing. It's just it's just hard to see because you know can't makers was such a guy that you saw him last year in his rookie year. He had a couple of injuries early on but when he finally got into the groove of things you saw him take off and be that lead back. Just a young guy unfortunate For an injury. But i still think that sean mcveigh is not going to press the panic button. Just relax a little bit. Let his young guys go out and compete before he has to go. Look at another option at that position. Yeah good morning. Kirk i mean you say hey i thought we went back like way back man hot tub time machine. No love question. I'm waiting for you to extra question. Immortal borges we cheers cup of coffee to you too as well. What's up brother. Every hi to him. I said hi to me. I don't do that to you. I'm gonna give you. I'm gonna give you two categories as far as potential replacement. You tell me which one makes the most sense right. We can go with the brand names that we know and like levian bell the shawn mccoy duke johnson. Or maybe the freemen ill. So that's that's the the the names that we know. But you know when. I look at a team like the jets and may may have some guys available via trade because they have josh adams. Lash your average six yards of carry Believe johnson averaged eight yards of care. He's a young pup. The jets underneath a different regime underneath. Adam gase drafted michael p ryan. But we know that. Michael carter having coleman is going to be the main stays there so which one of those guys sightseeing like the best options for the rams. It just it's funny that bart was gonna find a jets angle. How was that But honestly when you think about it. I i look at this look at bar. Honestly the options for me or this they have. I think guys that can get the job done on their roster right now. The rams do currently so girl henderson was a guy. He was actually had one yard less than camakers a year ago. There were times in which i thought he was the best back on the team last year in the box lexi the last previous two seasons and so he's going to get the first crack at it to have an increase workload then after that. They've got a kid naming. Save your jones. I'll watch at smu Running back who's a undrafted free agent. They're going to give him a shot. Also raymond kelly was a guy who the the the tampa bay buccaneers. They drafted last year. He just didn't make it out of training camp one of the fastest guys in the league..

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"adam gase" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"adam gase" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"They forgot about like, the DonTrell inman's and other guys, at the Patriots have signed in May where it didn't matter, they were just getting bodies for different reasons and look, Brian Hoyer. He got a, I think he talked with the Jets a little bit, he lives locally and to me off This all this speaks to is outside of Josh, McDaniels, Tom, Brady and Bill O'Brien. No one else in the world knows the Patriots. Playbook better than Brian Hoyer. Yep. And so Josh, McDaniels is busy, he's the OC he's sort of the head quarterbacks coach. They do have a new quarterbacks coach. His name is Bo hardegree, he comes, he's basically one of Adam gase is guys was with him in Miami was with him in New York. I think he goes back to Denver. McDaniels might have might have a little bit of background with him there. So there's a new assistant, quarterbacks go, but he's never been in the Playbook either. So if you step back and look at it, here's Cam, Newton, has been in a play book for one year and we all know it wasn't much of the Patriots play, right? Yep, you have jerks to them who has been in a two years and coming from Baylor in Auburn how much has really? He really gotten into a job. Now, you have Mac Jones here. And he's a rookie he hasn't been in it before. So. And and the assistant quarterbacks coach has never been in the Playbook before. So who better? That Brian Hoyer to sign him. Bring them in. Put Brian Hoyer, Mac, Jones, on a practice field together when Josh, McDaniels is getting Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham ready to play. Like, I'm sure he's under orders from Belichick to do at least for right now. You have, you know, Brian oil looking over Mac Jones has showed on one practice field. It's almost like having another coach. Yep. And so I think it's a tremendous month or the Patriots. I see. Absolutely down side. And right now for May, it doesn't mean anything. Could it mean something down the road? Yeah, sure. Could I mean, could could potentially be Cam Newton really stink, get beat out by Mac Jones. And Jerry said, I'm really stink and they, they go. You know what, we're just going to go with Matt Jones and Brian Hoyer. We like that combination because they run the same off and this and that could that happen in some alternate universe. Yeah. Do I think it's going to happen? No. But.

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Erase that 0!: Jets edge Rams 23-20, avoid winless season

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Erase that 0!: Jets edge Rams 23-20, avoid winless season

"In the biggest upset of the NFL season the jets a seventeen point underdog beat the rams twenty three to twenty for their first win head coach Adam gase says it was a long time coming no venture a lot adversity you know it's been too long for us to you know didn't even remember when feels like almost it was it was as great sales guys and excited Sam Darnold had a touchdown pass to tight Johnson and Frank gore had a touchdown run the jets are now one in thirteen Jared Goff threw two touchdown passes for the rams who are now nine in five mark Myers INGL would California

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Did Adam Gase Get Caught Lying About Taking Over Control of New York Jets’ Play-Calling?

Inside the Huddle

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Did Adam Gase Get Caught Lying About Taking Over Control of New York Jets’ Play-Calling?

"Gaze trying to get fired? We're at that point in the season because his pathetic lying was caught during yesterday's press conference. He insisted he no longer calls the plays that the O. C does. But when pressed, admitted that he does get fed the first replace Then he apparently has veto power and then, when pressed more admitted that he took over the play calling duties when they were in a hurry up on Sunday. The reporters know that when the O C was shown on the sidelines, he had no place sheet and looked like he was waiting for a bus. The question is at 11 and sure to be fired. Why also live? These

Alley oops? Gase says Bell's bowling a bad optic

Waddle & Silvy

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Alley oops? Gase says Bell's bowling a bad optic

"Jets coach Adam gase not pleased with flu ridden running back a levy on bell la Bali bell love battled the flu last week in miss to practices plus this Saturday now close yeah at five PM Saturday the jets announce bell had been ruled out for the game against the dolphins more than five hours later he was spotted at a bowling alley in New Jersey according to a New York Post reports Kay said he won't discipline bell because no team rules were violated but he acknowledged it was a bad optic for bell in the

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New York Jets head coach Adam Gase responds to support

NFL Live

05:11 min | 3 years ago

New York Jets head coach Adam Gase responds to support

"Adam Gates in his first season as head head. Coach of the New York jets his record today to end seven nevertheless interesting time for a vote of confidence jet CEO. Christopher Johnston said yesterday Ah Adam gays will return for the two thousand twenty season here is the jets CEO. I want to ensure you there would be no changes changes in coaches Adam. How's the trust of this team as the trust Sam? Joe's trust he has my trust. He's a good man. He's a good coach. There is a lot of work to. There's a great deal of to everyone understands And we're just getting started. I feel really good good Memphis team moving forward anytime you get support from ownership the way that the staff Scott supported. The old has gone way. Obviously we wanted We got a lot of games are jobs improve this team and go out and try to win games every week. And he's with us through every step within our communication with him so he kind of knows what we've been trying to do how we're we're trying to fix things that are that are wrong so no to get his support for him to Kinda see what we're trying to do. It's that's an important step fluish. Well that was Adam Gatien course responding to the SAGA lineup. Was He trying to avoid eye. Contact Tech High. We're out here. Do you find that the timing at all interesting or Steve. Young made the point. Yesterday Robert was a good time to do it. So people stop asking the question. I mean it is a good time. Just say. Hey He's going to be here next year but look he's been there one year having hasn't been a great year for him but you know look overall head coaching record. He's about forty a two percent. When winning percentage he wins about forty two percent of the time? So you know. It doesn't look so great for him moving forward but look he's got the support Ownership they're going to give him one more year and I can guarantee that next year if they're in the same position that they're not going to be so lenient on giving him another year. So Oh you look at what. NFL coaches are nowadays. They have guaranteed contracts. I highly doubt they WanNa give him a nice contract and then just release him halfway through his I well it gets to be an expensive decision. Yeah and that's a really great point because ownership obviously is invested in their pick. They want their pick to look good exam. You know you don't WanNa WanNa give up on what you decided so quickly although that has happened to certain coaches inside right around the league. But you can't forget that even even when Todd Bowles was there that the jets were ten and six in their first season and it was really bad. Blow to this team to the supper loss against the Miami Dolphins and just some of the adversity city that they've gone through since Particularly when there's been a lot of expectations with Sam darnold presidents on that team. Well Yeah. He was brought in large part to work with a young quarterback to develop SAM. Darnold help him take the next step. What's interesting is that they share the same stadium with the giants are struggling as well? Now in this case Pat Shurmur is in his second year as a head coach. But look they're coming off the bye. They've lost six straight. What's the word around his future? Well Adam gays was asked recently just how secure he is in his job in one of the ways in which which he retorted. What's to say I'm built for this? Just projecting confidence which you would expect the head coach to do. But I would be remiss to mention that some of the reporters in New York noted that was kind of the same something that Ben mcadoo said three weeks before the giants got rid of him and and clearly this is not the adversity or excuse me what they were looking to results wise to be having right now coming off of in two years of What they endured under Ben mcadoo but the reality is promising as Daniel Jones has looked particularly when he's throwing the ball With with the return of Saquon this is not what they were looking for. They're still suffering losses even with saquon on the field. I mean he has not had over sixty five rushing yards in the last three times he played. Hey only had two one hundred rushing yard games. That was in the first two weeks Daniel Jones continues to have issues with the interceptions. Fumbles and things of what have you and it has has. It was altered in wins. And you can't neglect the fact that this is in New York and teams with that media pressure there as well. It won't stop. It's hard to perform with a rookie quarterback though in this in this league it's not they had veteran it didn't it didn't work out. He still there by the way. He's still there. But look in this league. It's hard for a young quarterback to come in and be successful and I just think that we're witnessing growing pains of a young quarterback trying to figure his way Out through a hard schedule last year at this time he was done you know now. He's about halfway through so I mean it's it's a lot more difficult. I agree with you. Rob The only issue of course with the New York giants dances. They've had a lot of these same problems whether it was a long-term veteran quarterback or a yet stroup Such a great point. And so then you start to have to ask other kinds of questions

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