|Antonio Cromartie and Darrelle Revis. (AP photo)|
It's been a common belief throughout the football world, from the media to both the hardcore and casual fan. The problem with the New York Jets starts with the coach and ends with the talent-void of a roster put on the field. Rex Ryan, who will be heading into his fifth season as head coach of the Jets next year, and the circus that comes with him, will never bring a Super Bowl to the team, they say, because he's too much of a clown. The players on the roster, they say, just aren't very good either, and can't simply win.
If that's truly the case, and I would say at least the latter is, then Jets fans shouldn't worry too much. I don't believe any team in the NFL has gotten through their history without having to blow everything up, from the front office to the coach to the roster. A new coach could be hired next season if Ryan doesn't make the playoffs. New players could be signed and drafted to improve positions across the roster and depth chart, something new general manager John Idzik should be working on as you read this.