The New York Jets' season appears to be ending much the way it began - fit for a three-ring circus. But the main attractions may all soon be gone.
New York can cap its chaotic year on a positive note Sunday when it travels to Buffalo to play the Bills, whose quarterback and coaching situations are also in a state of unrest.
Sunday could prove to be the final game with coach Rex Ryan and quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow still part of the Jets. Ryan's contract runs through 2014 by way of an extension granted after he led New York to the first of two straight AFC Championship game appearances in his first season.
The Jets' 6-9 record after Sunday's 27-17 loss to San Diego guarantees them their first losing season in Ryan's four years and their second straight out of the postseason, leading some to believe he could be let go.
Both Sanchez and Tebow could be the subjects of offseason trades, according to reports. They were passed over in favor of Greg McElroy's first career st...