This deserves to be at the top of a page.If your position is this, then it appears you're in lockstep with the GM and Head Coach you claim to disagree with. They are giving Mark Sanchez every opportunity to win the job in 2013, and prove his detractors wrong via his own quality of play.
The idea that Sanchez will only fail because of the talent around him, and that he will not, in fact, be judged on his own play, is simply not based in informed facts. It implies that if Sanchez plays great, but his supporting cast fails, he will not be fairly judged on his own play. Such a viewpoint exposes denial that Mark Sanchez has, to this point, generally been a regular season dissapointment in his own personally responsible quality of play, specificly in his pass accuracy, mobillity, ball handling and leadership.
What denial is that?
Rex Ryan is unquestionable a Head Coach on the hot-seat. He probably should have been fired, and would have been by many teams. He probably WILL be fired at years end if he fails in any material way. With that said, keeping a sitting head coach for one year under a new GM is not that uncommon in sports before making wholesale changes. What is being denied?
We are weak on-paper at the Wide receiver position. This is true, but it's equally true that we have one player we're financially tied to (Holmes), a 2nd year player they're simply not going to dump in year 2 (Hill) and a quality underutilized slot receiver (Kerley). Tight End is a clear weakness today, with only unknowns in place at current.
And you continue to ignore that the WCO will utilize our RB's more, and clearly the team (GM) thinks adding Ivory and Goodson IS an upgrade. Your pronouncements of these young players as failures-in-advance is clearly premature. The most certainly COULD fail. But declaring them as failures now is simply invalid.
We have a number of other weaknesses. Linebacker (where the team appears today to favor unproven youth), Safety (clearly a weak spot).
Even special teams could suffer, given the loss of certain performers and the staff change.
With that said, it's May. Free Agency and Camp often has a lot of activity, including players cut loose who can still perform. Declaring the entire off season a bust is simply preemptive negativity.
Again, keeping it simple:
1. You decry almost every single aspect of the team, it's management, it's front office, it's staff and it's players as bad, often in advance.
2. When questioned specifically, you are not able to provide even a single specific instance of an real-world alternative option.
Respectfully, if you cannot posit an alternative that would be acceptable to you as a "good decision", specifically, you are not someone who should be listened to regarding the "poor" choices that were actually made.
The team may (or may not) be bad in its record, but your arguments lack any form of educated informed specific criticism that would lead one to believe your talent and managerial evaluation has merit.
It's very easy to say "everything sucks, boo" when your team win 6 games, it's far harder to explain why it sucks, where it could/should be specifically improved and how, or to view acquisitions/decisions with a more critical and nuanced mind that the "universal everything sucks and will always suck" viewpoint you've laid out to this point.
Irrelevant, deflecting fluff of no import.