It seemed like the angry end to the Jets season bottomed out when they parted ways with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and replaced him with Tony Sparano on Tuesday night.
That analysis proved to be quite inaccurate. Just a few hours after the Schottenheimer news broke, Manish Mehta of the Daily News landed the latest blow to the sense that the Jets are a professional organization.
Mehta spoke to "several players and members of the organization" about Mark Sanchez and they had damning reviews of the quarterback.
Their comments, none of which were attached to names, ranged from accusations that the organization was babying him and that Sanchez was not working hard enough all the way to calls for the team to make a move to sign Peyton Manning.
Other Jets, including center Nick Mangold, fired back later in the day to support Sanchez and blast teammates who would slam the quarterback without putting their names on the criticism. Basically, it was like listening to an hour o...