30th in total offense with Hill and Schillens as their top 2 receivers.
BTW, this year, the Rams under Schitty was 23rd in total offense.
In the immediate post-Mangini years Rex got away with this because we were a mostly veteran team that had success and was sitting at 8-3 the year before. Show up with players-coach bravado, act confidently, bring some guys from Baltimore, done.
But it's 2013, the Jets are a 2-3 year rebuilding project, and Rex Ryan could arguably be the worst head coach in the NFL for a team such as that. He's developed no player or coach, he is one-dimensional, and he sucked the life out of his young quarterback. He's young-player poison.
The problem with this team IMO, is a lack of talent. That Rex won 6 games with this offensive roster is a credit to him. That is why Woody changed the GM and not the HC, its a talent issue, not a coaching isssue.
The vast majority of the blame has to fall on Tannenbaum...
1) The O-line deterioration
2) The lack of consistency at WR
3) "Ground and Pound" without a legit threat at RB
This is why the team went from 11 wins to 6 in two years.
Making Santonio Holmes a captain. Furthering the downward spiral into a team with no leadership abilities. Proving we are a bunch of personalities whose results on the field equate the low character that dominates the locker room.
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gholston. making a really bad pick like that can set back part of the team for a long time. sanchez is close but mainly because they traded up to get him. at least sanchez looked like he might be okay for 2 seasons and played for nearly all of the games the team played. after that it was the decision to launch edwards and keep holmes (or at least not keep them both), letting cotchery walk and not getting players to rebuild the right side of the oline. miner points are not finding a superior running back.
Not doing Hard Knocks again
Letting Edwards walk and bringing plaxico
Victor Cruz 99 yard TD.
When woody Johnson bought the team