New York Jets Aren’t Rex Ryan or Mark Sanchez’s Fault, Blame Mike Tannenbaum

November 3, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While New York Jets coach Rex Ryan and quarterback Mark Sanchez take media hit after media hit for the team's 3-5 start this season, general manager Mike Tannenbaum—the man at the root of the problems—rarely sees a finger pointed his way. 
That needs to change. 
The man buying the groceries for this feast simply isn't getting the job done. 
Of course, few will argue that Sanchez is a great piece to build around, or that Ryan isn't a boisterous character who is sometimes more bark than bite. But what was once a supporting cast willing and able to erase the follies of Sanchez and Ryan has been completely decimated by Tannenbaum.
The problems start on offense. 
Just check out some of the names Sanchez was throwing the football to during the Jets' 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 8:
Clyde Gates (six catches, 82 yards): Drafted in 2011, cut by the oh-so-receiver-rich Dolphins before this season.  Chaz Schil...

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