Jets GM job = worst place in football
by DigDug5 on Jan 16, 2013 10:19 AM PST reply
You would think that after Tannenbaum...
…the Jets would realize they need a personnel guy to be GM, not another cap-ologist.
by Ian Lozada on Jan 16, 2013 1:00 PM PST up reply
I dont see Idzik going to the Jets unless he wants to commit career suicide.
I mean, that whole team is a cancer upon that city and the league.
Plus, he’ll have to deal with Mark Sanchez’s salary. LOLZZZZ
I'm not even FROM Seattle and I love the Seahawks!!
by kermdawg on Jan 16, 2013 3:40 PM PST up reply
This is an opportunity to show how Great he can be.
Sometimes it only takes one person to change an organization(Walsh). sometimes it is a pair (JS and PC) and sometimes there is no helping (Clippers)
by Oliudyen on Jan 16, 2013 4:14 PM PST up reply
NFL GM's are rarely fired after only a couple of years
No one is going to blame the next GM for having to deal with the Sanchez and cap problems. I think the reason people are shying away from the Jets job is they aren’t sure what the ownership needs to see in 2013 in order for the GM to fire Rex Ryan. A GM who might be perfectly willing to go into a bad team and make it better become unwilling when they find out that they won’t be able to get started on that turnaround until year 2-3, even if they know they’ll get six years before they’re on the hot seat.
Well, Buhner was a good prospect, no question about it. But my baseball people loved Ken Phelps’s bat. They kept saying, ‘Ken Phelps, Ken Phelps.’
by Trenchtown on Jan 16, 2013 11:24 PM PST up reply
Woody Johnson is why people are shying away from the job.
He’s as meddlesome as Jerry Jones, but worse results.
70% of space is covered by dark matter, the rest by ET.
by hazbro24 on Jan 17, 2013 9:58 AM PST up reply