After closing a disappointing season with another loss, coach Rex Ryan was eager for another chance to lead the New York Jets to the playoffs.
Who'll be on that team - at quarterback, offensive coordinator and even general manager - remains the question as the beleaguered coach and his turmoil-riddled team prepare for an uncertain offseason following a 28-9 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
''I want to be here,'' Ryan said. ''This is the team that I want to coach. Nobody else's. Obviously with only six wins and all that stuff I'm sure there will be some Jets fans that maybe wish I wouldn't coach the Jets. But guess what - I know I'm the right guy for the job.''
There are questions at quarterback, with starter Mark Sanchez's job security increasingly unsettled after another sloppy performance. Nor did he help the status of offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, who's expected to be released after one season. And GM Mike Tannenbaum's on the hot seat, too.
The Jets (6-10) closed th...