Originally Posted by SlickBri481
Jets are hardly the worst situation. We may still end up with 7-8 wins and that's a lot better than going to a team that finished like 2-14 or something like that.
No franchise QB is an expected challenge when you take over a GM position for a struggling team.
Record has nothing to do with the situation. The situation is what the team needs will be and how easily and quickly can they be filled. We go into next year needing starters at QB, RB, WR, a couple OL, 2 LB's, 2 S's, and the immediate need to negotiate or trade the best and most expensive CB in the game. That's reality. Now yes we could possibly resign Landry or Bell or both but they're both on the open market and could potentially be gone. There are real great QB prospects coming in this draft, so taking over a job for a team that needs a QB is a dicey situation. Whoever is the GM will need to decide between drafting a potential bust early or going with Sanchez one more year. Not real desirable.
But like I said before if we want a good GM then you offer full autonomy to make all decisions on coaches and players. Period