Mark Sanchez blew the second chance that Rex Ryan gave him. Now, it’s Greg McElroy’s turn to be the Jets’ starting quarterback.
It isn’t one moment or mantra or mistake that felled the Jets this year, or any of the last 43 years. There is a systemic sickness in them, and it’s hard to find a cure.
The Jets maintained their pace in the AFC playoff race by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 37-10 on Sunday.
The bottom line is that this is a game that the Jets have to — and should — win.
It was a rough week in New York sports. From the Jets and Giants to the Yankees and Rangers, there wasn’t a lot to be happy about.
LaDainian Tomlinson is persona non grata to many now that he’s supposedly “over the hill,” but to Jets fans he’s a present teased early with instructions from the messenger not to open until 1985.
Rex Ryan boldly declared at his introductory news conference 19 months ago that the Jets would meet President Barack Obama in a few years. Well, someday means now for Ryan, whose team fell a win short of reaching the Super Bowl last season.