By Maurisse Johnson
Beyond the rhetoric of the media criticizing the front office of the NY Jets for turbulent 2011 season and trades of Tebow and Drew Stanton, the Jets are a team who if they do not win in 2012 you best believe house hold cleaning will be in order and I am not talking about just the head coach Rex Ryan.
Everyone from Joey Clinkscales, Scott Cohen, Dave Szott and Director of Pro Personal Terry Bradway who still manages to hang on to the Jets even after a disastrous helm of the GM role from 2001-2006 will have to go. While a case for retaining Ryan could be made with back-to-back AFC Championship games, the fact of the matter is the Jets locker room and perception around the league is at an all time low. And that’s saying a lot about a team that hasn’t been to the Super Bowl in some 43 years.
One of the problems I think the Jets have is the lack of talent and depth on both sides of the ball. Usually the draft adds to your core and you develop those players over a period of time, which gives you depth and starters. The Jets have whiffed on a couple of high 1st and 2nd round picks over the last several years that have produced glaring holes on the team.
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