Changes might be coming for the New York Jets.
Mark Sanchez losing his starting job won't be among them.
Rex Ryan again stood by his quarterback Monday despite Sanchez's struggles in an ugly mistake-filled 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday that left the Jets coach searching for answers and fans chanting for Tim Tebow to take over.
''I think Mark's our guy,'' Ryan said. ''I don't think there's any doubt about that. I'm confident in Mark.''
There's no question, though, that the Jets (3-5) need to figure things out, and quick. They have games at Seattle and St. Louis after their bye-week break, followed by a home game on Thanksgiving night against New England.
Ryan originally planned to have the players report to the facility on Monday and Tuesday, but decided to give them the full week off to be with their families and prepare for Hurricane Sandy.
''I want them to get away and when they come back, we have to be all in,'' Ryan said during a conference call. ''The only cha...