But compared to the rest of the Jets history, Ryan is more successful than any coach we've had
Nothing better than a history lesson. We were great in 1998. Let's get Testaverde back in here. What? It's 2013?
2009 and 2010 were a long time ago. None of the coaches remain. A handful of starters remain. The question isn't what Rex Ryan is capable of with Eric Mangini's team; the question is what Rex Ryan is capable of with his own.
OK, so this past season was a major let down but before we start saying that 2013 is going to be another let down can we at least see what moves the team makes to try and improve itself ? The new OC believes more in a passing attack than a ground n pound so it could be exciting to watch the off season moves. This team has to be built around one objective: Beat the Pats and beat them soundly the both times we play them !!
The problem is there are sunshine and rainbowists and realists, or as called by the sunshine and rainbowists, "SOJF" - whatever the hell that's supposed to mean seeing as the franchise hasn't won a championship in 44 years. The fact is barring a fantastic draft and the addition of a franchise QB, this team won't be a playoff team in 2013 and a lot of people are just looking forward to 2014. A lot of people can live with Idzik because he's had his hands on a lot of aspects in many organizations, but Mornhinweg? With the talent we have? Clown move, but what most must realize is he will be replaced after 2013 anyways when Rex and his entire staff are canned -- AND IF by some miracle the Jets do reach the postseason in 2013, then we'll all be happy to have him stay for another year. The only thing that ruffles my feathers is the people excited and doing a dance for Mornhinweg. Show me a team he's coordinated to ... anything. But as said, he'll be gone after this season.