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We all know what the expectations were for the 2013 New York Jets. Jets as the worst team in the entire league, and the team was even called a glorified expansion team. Over the offseason, the Jets parted ways with General Manager Mike Tannenbaum.
When NFL studio analysts pick games, everyone ends up a loser Keyshawn Johnson looks foolish for taking the Jets, but not as silly as Steve Beuerlein who flip-flopped in a matter of seconds. If you are wondering why the fine folks of London haven't
Stories If Mark Sanchez had developed into a franchise quarterback as planned instead of regressing into a turnover prone quarterback with decaying confidence, then everything would be different with the Jets. Rex Ryan would not be a lame duck, Mike
Stories Four months after the Jets parted ways with Mike Tannenbaum , the former general manager has found a new home. Priority Sports & Entertainment, a Chicago-based sports agency with NFL and NBA clients, announced on Wednesday that Tannenbaum
55 PM EST Last updated Thursday, Feb. 14 2013, 1:55 PM EST In hindsight, former New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum regrets signing quarterback Mark Sanchez to the contract extension that ultimately cost him his job.
If you are an NFL team and you're looking to decimate your team and make it into a loser all you have to do is set-up a meeting with New York Jets owner Woody Johnson. He will be able to give you excellent advice on how to
Stories Depending on what you believe, Woody Johnson has either taken a smart and meticulous approach to finding a new general manager or the Jets simply can't find a qualified person to steer the franchise into the future. Johnson, team president
Stories The downfall of the Jets the last two years was not Rex Ryan 's tattoo of his half-naked wife wearing a Mark Sanchez jersey, or Tim Tebow's presence making it impossible for Sanchez to function, or even the emotional and unfortunate
The Jets have fired Tannenbaum and say Ryan will be back next season...The job opened up when the Jets fired Mike Tannenbaum last week. Gamble reportedly declined a second interview with the Jacksonville Jaguars so he could concentrate on the Jets'
Stories While Rex Ryan heads home from Paradise Island with his tattoo tucked between his legs, Woody Johnson peers up from under his desk wondering if it's safe to come up for air and Mike Tannenbaum ponders his next move, there is one man walking