Geno Smith is going his own way on the coaching issue, which just shows how divided against him the locker room remains.
Rex Ryan still pictures himself raising the Lombardi Trophy as a Super Bowl champion. Whether he gets another opportunity to try to deliver that title with the New York Jets remains to be seen.
With a total housecleaning coming for the Jets, we bring to you an animated Mike Francesa raging against the Green machine.
There have been conflicting reports about the GM’s fate. But according to the New York Daily News’ Manish Mehta, the front office has been a mess since Idzik has taken over.
One more week. One final game. That’s all that might be left in Rex Ryan’s tenure as coach of the Jets, with his future uncertain beyond Sunday’s season finale.
Is total regime change on the horizon? It’s starting to look like it.
This isn’t just about Fan Guy or the Jets’ current plunge down the rungs of relevance. This isn’t even about the gritty game they played Sunday. It’s about the zero sum reality of pro football and the Jets’ unwillingness to abide by it.
This latest loss to rival New England certainly didn’t make the Jets’ faithful — or coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik — feel any better about their situation.
New York ranks 30th in points per game (16.4), which is a big reason why Rex Ryan could be coaching his last game in the Patriots-Jets series.
Wilkerson and Harvin could provide the Jets with a big lift on Sunday versus the New England Patriots.
The scoreboard Sunday may say that it is time, finally, for the Jets coach to admit his arch-rival truly got the better of him. If he didn’t kiss anything before, he might as well now. And we’re not talking about rings.
Revis has been back before, as an opposing player taking on the Jets. Not this way, though. This time around, he’s an enemy — no matter how “sad” he feels for the opposing coach.
An angry Jets fans tweeted at owner Woody Johnson, encouraging him to fire general manager John Idzik. Johnson hit the “favorite” button before realizing what he did and undoing it.
As the winds of change start to blow let’s not forget what Rex Ryan brought to the New York Jets organization.
Leading the reported crusade to find the Jets’ next head coach is Woody Johnson, which makes sense. What doesn’t make any sense is his wingman on the endeavor, general manager John Idzik.