Originally Posted by TheBlairThomasFumble
Agree to disagree about the two examples.
I get your point, and it's a fair one. Rex is coaching in the biggest media center in the world and hasn't shied away from spotlight.
I'd go one further...he seems to embrace it. Problem is, it's a double edged sword.
I really couldn't care less what Rex does in his personal life. It has no bearing on me and how I live my life. But when this type of bad media, especially when it makes it look like he's a staunch Sanchez supporter, and the Jets are in the midst of trying to right this badly overturned ship by hiring a good, professional GM, it pisses me off. The last thing the Jets, as an entire organization, need right now is bad publicity. Just shut your mouths, keep your noses clean, don't rock the boat you're trying to right and concentrate on hiring the best man for the job. It doesn't help if you may potentially scare the right man for the job away, though. This goes for potential GM's, OC's and DC's.