First off let me start by saying that I am not at all pleased with how the Jets have played the last 2 games. That being said. That blame falls on the players as much as the coaches. One thing that has jumped out to me the last couple of games is the Offensive Line's terrible performance in pass protection. The O-Line has not been giving Geno good protection at all to throw the ball and that's a big problem.
WR's and TE's need to catch the damn ball.....way too many drops happening the last couple of games and there is absolutely no excuse for that - that is just a straight up lack of effort and concentration.
Marty Mornhenwig seems to have gotten incredibly conservative in his play-calling. Regardless of the reason why, this is not helping Geno Smith - or the offense as a whole, in any way, shape, or form. It's doing quite the opposite actually. Cutting down the play book and giving him the same handful of plays to run over and over again is handcuffing Geno and making the offense incredibly predictable & unproductive and I think Marty & Rex both need to realize this - and in a hurry and start opening up the playbook again. If we are going to go down - I would personally rather see the Jets go down swinging.
Now all this being said I have seen alot of Rex bashing here the last few days and some of it is justified but I want to ask you all this question.
Since Rex Ryan took over the Jets in 2009, is their any team in our division that has beaten the Patriots?
As far as I can remember, the answer is that the Jets are the only AFC East team to beat the Patriots since Rex's arrival in 2009 and he has done it 4 times including once in the playoffs.
I am just saying, maybe Rex isn't as bad a coach as some of you would like to believe.
Does Rex have room for improvement?
Absolutely, but so does the rest of the team.