Found November 26, 2011 on
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I’m back with a little more perspective today on leak of the Jets extension of Brian Schottenheimer last offseason. I get why the team did it .. it was a pragmatic thing to do (in the larger scheme of things) with very little financial downside. Still, hiding it from the public was a poor decision.
In Schotty’s Case A One Year Extension is Basically a Vote of No Confidence – Let’s keep Pettine out of this since there’s no sense that he’s in the same predicament that Schotty is in. In Schotty’s case, a one-year extension is bad news. A deal with an extra year remaining has very little financial impact on the team. It’s a message to Schotty that they aren’t rushing to keep him around five more years.
Regardless of Business Practicality It Still Looks Bad, Worse Since it was Kept Quiet – No matter how one slices it, at the end of the day it’s an extension. The public will perceive a one-year extension, no matter how benign that may be … as what it actually is. To us fans,
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He's been apart of two memorable runs to the AFC Championship game. He's personally taken on the maturation process of Mark Sanchez. And he's one of the most polarizing figures on this New York Jets team. He's been praised when the team's winning and crucified when losing. He's been considered the mad genius of the Jets offense -- usually more mad than genius...
1. You are allowed to throw a pass over 10 yards. It is both legal and your quarterback has the arm strength to do it.
2. There are other pass routes besides the slant. There are even these crazy new things, called double-move routes which make defenders think you are running a short route, which they sit on and like to return for interceptions, and then actually turn into deep...
The New York Jets quietly extended the contract of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer this offseason.
The Jets’ season could stand or fall on the result of Sunday’s game against the visiting Buffalo Bills.
Hope you are happy with the New York Jets offense, because Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is not signed through 2012, as ESPN New York reported on Thursday, but 2013.According to Adam Schefter, Schotty received a contract … [visit site to read more]Jets Schottenheimer signed through 2013 - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Feeling good? Have a nice dinner yesterday? Enjoying your time off with family and friends? Get a nice doorbuster deal at Best Buy? Relaxing in your Snuggie watching college football?
Really enjoying yourself today?
WELL … DON’T.
Rich Cimini just reported today that Brian Schottenheimer was ‘quietly extended’ last offseason.
After reaching the AFC Championship Game...
The Jets with a 5-5 record and dropping in almost every offensive category while embarrassing themselves and their fans on National TV, extend the contract of the offensive coordinator, Brian Schottenheimer to another year! Can Someone tell me why?
The New York Jets extended the contracts of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and defensive coordinator Mike Pettine during the offseason, according to a report by ESPNNewYork.com.
Both coordinators quietly extended during offseason
Brian Schottenheimer's contract doesn't expire anytime soon. Neither does Mike Pettine's.