Mercifully, the Jets' nightmarish season came to a close against the Bills Sunday, fittingly ending in the hands of Mark Sanchez. The much-maligned quarterback, who regained his job in the bizarrist of circumstances, fumbled twice and tossed an interception, which was returned for a touchdown in the 28-9 loss.
Meanwhile, disgruntled backup Tim Tebow, still waiting for his shot under center, continued to do a whole lot of nothing. He was brought in for just one play -- a hand-off -- and spent the rest of the game watching Sanchez struggle mightily.
That's how it's flowed the entire year, and coach Rex Ryan wasn't about to deviate from the norm.
"No, I made the decision. It was my decision to stay with Sanchez," Ryan told reporters, via NFL.com. "I was the only one who made that decision. It's on me, and obviously it didn't work out the way I wanted it to."
Ryan continued to peddle the same foolish overtures, saying Sanchez "gives us the best chance to win." What's more, he re...