The New York Jets have a tall task in front of them once next Sunday is done with. Here’s a plan that includes free agent Mike Glennon.
Here we are, yet again. Despite lofty expectations coming into the 2016 NFL campaign, the New York Jets are now down in the doldrums of the league’s basement.
They’ve reached this point of no return, again, as many teams do every few seasons.
It’s time for an all-out rebuild.
The last time the Jets were in the all-out rebuild situation is tough to pinpoint. When John Idzik hit the bricks, Mike Maccagnan came in and instituted his “aggressive rebuild” that featured $50 million in cap space that signed numerous veteran players.
All it did was mask the problem at hand. It solved nothing.
The 10-6 mark a season ago was a mirage, a pretty little picture the drunken delusional soaked in. The cupcake schedule made it happen.
Now, after a 5-11 or 4-12 season (depending on what happens against Rex Ryan next Sunday), the aggressive style will give way to the real rebuild.
Here’s the New York Jets rebuilding plan moving forward: