Originally Posted by Seagirt
=The Jets have drafted 21 players since 2009 and not one has emerged as an impact league-wide star who has even remotely been a part of a Pro Bowl conversation.
Their Monday night opponent, the Texans, represented the perfect example of a team that has progressed while the Jets have regressed.
When the Jets faced the Texans in 2009 in Mark Sanchezís NFL debut, they won big, 24-7, in Houston. At that time, the Jets were a team on the rise and the Texans a model of mediocrity, having failed to make the playoffs in their first nine years of existence.
Now, the Texans, a year removed from their first-ever postseason berth, are 5-0 and considered one of the top Super Bowl contenders while the Jets are 2-3 and headed in the wrong direction.
The Jets did not execute on Monday and that's what cost them the game. They were coached well enough to win. The finger is clearly pointed upon Tanny.
He needs to make a multi player swap in the worst way this week.