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Jets announced they fired GM Mike Tannenbaun and are keeping HC Rex Ryan.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2012Well this is bad news for us Patriots fans. Mainly because the Jets are making moves that make sense. If they were to stick with everyone they have now and keep Mark Sanchez as their starter, that would be amazing. Alas, after a terrible collapse of going from Super Bowl contender to missing the playoffs the last two years, some moves needed to be made.This doesn't change the fact that the Jets are in need of some rebuilding. The talent on their team is few and far between and they lack it significantly at the quarterback position. Also, firing the GM doesn't change the fact that the Tannenbaum gave Sanchez over $8 million guaranteed for next season. You literally couldn't trade Sanchez for a bag of balls.Keeping Rex Ryan was the right move though. He easily becomes the most highly sought after head coach/defensive coordinator candidate if he's le...
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