You don't have to look far to find people expressing some glee at the precarious position the Jets and their head coach find themselves in right now.
Rex Ryan makes himself a massive target every time he steps in front of a microphone and plenty of people are taking their shots now that the Jets have once again found themselves needing help to qualify for the playoffs after Ryan guaranteed bigger things. From the reasonable (Ryan is overpromising and underdelivering) to the ridiculous (the team loses because of Ryan's mouth), the criticisms are mounting.
Ryan made it clear Monday that he doesn't plan to change his style because of what's gone down this year. While it would be nice to hear him give a more measured analysis of his team and their abilities, there isn't much chance that being more honest about Mark Sanchez's shortcomings or Eric Smith's inability to play safety well would result in a better record.
Quite frankly, what the Jets need to be a better team in the future is a...