Originally Posted by sec.101row23
There is no way Tanny should be kept in any capacity, him and Bradway need to go. At some point you cant keep demoting your GMs when they fail at their jobs.
While I think this team desperately needs wholesale changes in the front office, I do not think it is going to happen after this season. Rex and Tanny will both have two years remaining on their contracts and Sanchez has essentially one year left. I think Woody stays with the current trio for one more year and then brings in a new regime which will have some cap flexibility and the ability to start fresh.
My original opinion during this past off season was that the contract extension given to Mark Sanchez was actually a pretty slick move by Mike Tannenbaum once he could not get Peyton Manning. This effectively turned into a cap-money poisoned pill that welded Tanny, Sanchez and Rex all together even more tightly than they were already joined at the hip. Pretty sneaky since I feel quite strongly that Mike Tannenbaum and the Jets coaching staff already knew full well that Mark Sanchez was dogsh1t.
Mike Tannebaum bought himself an extra year with that move IMO.
Honestly though if the meltdown goes much harder than it is going right now then all three might be out on their ears and to hell with the cost.
In short, any or all of them should be dropped when it most benefits the organization
to flick the three pieces of snot off the fingernail of the NY Jets. After a new GM has been found it will be up to him, and him alone to determine if Mark Sanchez and/or Rex Ryan are out that very same day or if there is some rationale to keep them on board for a while (perhaps trying a #1 overall pick in 2014?).
In any event and this is something I have been hammering on for a while
but I feel that it is crucially important that Mike T's trading privileges be revoked and revoked before close of business today. He may end up keeping his job for some time to come but Woody has to remove his ability to make even more stupid moves, often very desperate moves in an effort to try and save his own a$$. In fact, if Woody is doing his job and he has a replacement in mind then the organization should already getting quiet input from that person and be making "positioning moves" to get ourselves ready for a future change in administration (e.g. trade away talent to get picks. Assuming of course we have things other teams want).