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This guest piece comes to OJT from Mike McNulty of FeedCrossing.com, who shares his thoughts on the NY Jets. Image: The Star-Ledger The 2012 season was a long and disappointing struggle for the New York Jets. Head Coach Rex Ryan could conjure up only six wins, the team’s play was listless at best, and certain developments left serious question marks for 2013. It all starts with on-field leadership. In other words, is there enough? After a dynamic debut in the NFL, Mark Sanchez continues to regress at quarterback. Whether it’s physical, mental, or a combination of the two, Sanchez was responsible for one of the weakest passing attacks in the league last year. Ryan maintains that Sanchez will turn things around and produce the kind of effective play that led the Jets to two consecutive AFC Championship Games in 2009 and 2010. I'm starting to doubt that reasoning. But one thing about the Jets – give them credit for actively trying to fix things. This offseason h...
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