The New York Jets may be on their way to making a playoff push but don’t be fooled. This season is by far the most frustrating and most disappointing of Rex Ryan’s tenure as Head Coach. After thirteen weeks of nailbiters and fumbles, it is clear New York is in need of a coaching change (to say the least).
Woody Johnson would do his team a favor by firing Ryan. A lot has changed since the glory of gang green’s ground and pound strategy. It’s clear the Jets are the poorest managed franchise in professional football. Is it all Rex’s fault? No, not at all. But Ryan is responsible for influencing several questionable roster decisions that have depleted the Jets’ ability to efficiently execute a consistent, effective game plan.… Read more