The New York Jets' 2012 season has been a struggle to say the least. From offense to defense to coaching, not much has gone right for Gang Green.
Mark Sanchez is in the midst of the worst statistical season of his career, and the team's defense is far from the powerhouse it was two seasons ago.
The ground-and-pound strategy that carried the Jets to two consecutive AFC championship games has vanished, along with the dominant offensive line that played huge in the team's success not long ago.
Seemingly all options have been exhausted by Rex Ryan's staff, and with little success. Granted the team's schedule has not been a breeze through the first five weeks, but there hasn't been much success to turn to thus far.
All is not lost, however, for the Jets. Despite a slew of injuries, Ryan still has valuable pieces to the puzzle left on his roster. Here's how he can piece together a playoff-contending team in the season's final 11 games.