Jets coach truly sorry?

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  1. What's News profile image71
    What's Newsposted 7 years ago

    Jets coach truly sorry?

    Do you think that the Jets coach who tripped the Dolphins player is truly sorry for his actions?

  2. Michael Willis profile image78
    Michael Willisposted 7 years ago

    I think he is sorry now for sure. What he did is inexcusable. I  expected more from the Head Coach also on this matter.

    Would he have been sorry if he had not been caught on camera? I would not have anyone work for me that acted in this manner.

  3. bogerk profile image65
    bogerkposted 7 years ago

    I think this kind of behavior is breeded by Rex Ryan.

    Look at how close each person is standing to the sideline, almost in perfect formation. I wouldn't be shocked if that isn't discussed sometime during practice for the Jets throughout the week. I don't think there is much Rex Ryan wouldn't do to gain a little edge.

  4. profile image51
    OnlyDGHposted 7 years ago

    Yeah the Jets actually asked the players standing next to the coach, and the players said that they were ordered to stand there... they had been doing it all year!  The coach has been suspended indefinitely...

  5. Deni Edwards profile image84
    Deni Edwardsposted 7 years ago

    He's only sorry that he was caught.  Apparantly, he planned the whole thing.

  6. kevrock529 profile image61
    kevrock529posted 7 years ago

    This was completely unexceptable. I was watching this game and could not believe it. Being a steelers fan and seeing how Harrison has been fined for playing the game, Alosi should have been fined and fired the next day without question. If his first reaction was to put his knee out without thinking, that shows what kind of person he is. It sounds like now he is suspended indefinitely. Fire him and he should be banned from the NFL. He needs to be made an example of.

  7. mandyf profile image65
    mandyfposted 7 years ago

    I think he is sorry for all the fines he has to pay but honestly i think he should give his team more credit for being able to try and win the game without the cheating. I think it shows he doesnt have much faith in his players

  8. bellawritter23 profile image77
    bellawritter23posted 7 years ago

    Sorry he got caught lol but a joke that he may have thought was funny isn't so funny now oh well lifes a B*****.

  9. Full of Wit profile image58
    Full of Witposted 7 years ago

    Definitely sorry he was suspended and fined.  I say this because had he "accidentally" fallen or tripped into the runner - and ultimately got away without a suspension - he definitely wouldn't be sorry.  But the results would have been the same as far as the game goes.  It's like Tiger Woods and his prepared speech where he apologized to everyone in his life.  He was truly only apologizing to himself saying "DAMN! I'm sorry I was caught".  So it's too easy to say you're sorry once you've suffered the repercussions of a stupid act such as this.  I know what it's like to get caught up in the game - and this wasn't the first time something like this has happened in football.  But Tiger was thinking with the wrong head - and being a man - I get that.  As for the Jets coach, his "other head" was completely uninvolved in his actions, so he should have been a little bit smarter.

  10. profile image0
    ssaulposted 7 years ago

    i am sorry i am tired with these excuses after you have done the wrong deed, he should be fired! the player could have been seriously hurt!

  11. AlishaMora profile image55
    AlishaMoraposted 7 years ago

    I read this article in the New York Post and I saw a clip of it on T.V.   I thought why in the world would he think to do that?   To my Knowledge he is a trainer to players.  So as a trainer wouldn't he know he could have messed that guy up.  Anyways I don't know if he is truly sorry but I think he deserves to be fired.   If I was the football player getting tripped I would have got up and hit him.

  12. powerleg5 profile image55
    powerleg5posted 7 years ago

    I just wonder if he would have felt any true remorse over it if the player had been injured because of that stunt? He had to know that cameras were all over him yet he tried it anyway. Very odd!!


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