New York Jets fans were hoping to see a different Jets team after the team's bye week during Week 9. They were hoping for some intensity and a glimmer of hope that this team was going to turn things around in the second half and make a playoff run. Sorry, Jets fans, but as the saying goes, it looks like the "same old Jets."
With their most recent embarrassing loss at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks, the season is getting dangerously close irreparable for the New York Jets. Playoff dreams are fading fast. No matter how easy the schedule seems the remainder of the year, the Jets always seem to find a way to turn those easy games into nightmares for their fans. Jets fans are losing faith in their team, their quarterback and their coach.
The good news is that the season isn't over yet. Well, depending on your point of view, that could be bad news. This team is getting harder and harder for Jets fans to watch. You can sit down on a Sunday afternoon and gauge the Jets fans' disdain by observing the Twitter stream during the games. It won't take long for you to pick up that the trend is that there isn't much optimism surrounding this team.
And why should there be? This team has played awfully for the majority of the season. It has a complete disappointment thus far. What makes it even worse is that this season there hasn't been a team that has really stepped up and taken control of the division. The Patriots lead the division, but they have been handed wins all year; they haven't dominated like in previous seasons.
This could have been the Jets' year. Maybe it still can be, but they are running out of time. If the Jets are going to make some noise, they have to turn this around right now. Here are three things the Jets can do to get the 2012 season back on track.