New York Jets: Enough Blaming, Time to Fix the Problems Heading into 2012 Season

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New York Jets: Enough Blaming, Time to Fix the Problems Heading into 2012 Season
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Finishing a very disappointing 8-8 and out of the playoffs, Rex Ryan may want to try reverse psychology on his New York Jets and the rest of the world.

He should come out and proclaim how bad his team sucks, how horrible his QB is and how his defense can't stop a replacement team led by Shane Falco throwing to the 7up yours guy.

As for statements on the playoffs, maybe Rex should bring in special guest Jim Mora to repeat his catch phrase.

I understand this team is in disarray but I refuse to believe an extreme makeover is in need. I also believe that it is too early to give up on Mark Sanchez. I do think it may be a smart move to get a capable backup, just in case.

There is plenty of blame to go around and it should not all lie on Sanchez, a third year QB who led a team to back-to-back AFC Championship games.

Sanchez is 4-2 in the playoffs, with his four victories coming on the road. An NFL QB just doesn't win four playoff games on the road by accident, or because he was lucky. If so, it would happen more often.

Sanchez is currently tied for the NFL post-season record for road victories, accomplishing this in his first two seasons. 

Here is an offseason to-do list to get the Jets back in the right direction;

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