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With what is considered to be the most dysfunctional locker room in the AFC, the New York Jets needed, more than any other team, to make some game-changing moves in the opening of the market.
They instead, are digging themselves into an even deeper hole.
Instead of acquiring offensive players for a line that was ranked 21st in passing and 22nd in rushing for the 2011 season, they signed safety LaRon Landry.
As nice as it is that Landry wanted to play for Rex Ryan because his older brother previously played for Ryan in Baltimore, acquiring him doesn’t solve any of the Jets’ offensive woes.
And let’s not even get started on the Jets' inability to read through Tim Tebow’s contract before tweeting that they were prepared to sign him.
And while we’re ragging on the Jets...