New York Jets: Mike Tannenbaum Pushes All-In with 2010 Season

April 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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Are the Jets putting too much on the line for one year of football? Are they risking all of the building they have done over the past few years for one single season?
Mike Tannenbaum has made headlines over the last two years by utilizing an “any-means-necessary” approach to free agency as well as the draft. He has acquired just about every player he set his mind on acquiring.
When MT wanted Bart Scott, Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, LaDainian Tomlinson, Mark Sanchez, and a whole other slew of football players, he did whatever he had to in order to achieve that goal.

With the assistance of Rex Ryan, the defensive genius the Jets brought in as a head coach just a year ago, MT has set this team up to make a miraculous Super Bowl run in 2010. But players such as Shaun Ellis, Nick Mangold, Brodney Pool, Tony Richardson, and Braylon Edwards are unrestricted free agents in 2011.
And the r...

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