Originally Posted by GuidoYaztremski
Not injuries. His point was playmakers who have left have not been replaced. Mainly because bad contracts were given to players who no longer perform and can't be replaced, bad drafting, etc. he specifically called out the coaching and scheme. You blaming injury as the problem is comical, like the jets are the only team to deal with injury. You were healthier than many teams last year and ended up 8-8. What's your excuse for that?
And for YOU to call ANYONE else garbage is a joke.
I saw it, it's a bunch of crap, it's double-speak media crap, they have all the answers.
Bad contracts? No, the Jets went with a FA movement to bring in players like Scott when Rex first took over, it worked for the first couple of years, this year will probably be his last, they serveda purpose. Other players are running on the end of their contracts and will also be gone. That is the way it is in the NFL.
The Pats have made mistakes too, bad contracts etc, must be nice to have it all covered up by HOF QB play.
Jets have replaced many of those key players, the problem is, they are young, it's been a youth movement in the draft the past couple of years, but some of those players are still developing. Add to the fact that that youth is no longer protected by veteran players like Holmes at WR, it compromises the position. Sanchez is forced to be working with players that are being asked to play bigger roles than they are ready for in some cases, i.e. Hill.