Rex Ryan: A
Rex Ryan stuck with Mark Sanchez, and it resulted in a win. While the Jets might have been able to win with Greg McElroy, Tim Tebow or even Nick Mangold at quarterback today, those are all hypothetical, and the NFL deals in reality.
Ryan wasn't faced with many crucial decisions, but one move did stand out.
When the Jaguars got the ball back with 1:43 left, Ryan chose to stay aggressive on defense instead of going into the prevent. The move paid off, as eventually, the pressure forced Henne into an interception to seal the win.
Tony Sparano: A
Like Ryan, Sparano didn't face many crucial decisions, but had one great clutch call. With the Jets facing a 3rd-and-8 on their own 13-yard line late in the game, Sparano called for a deep shot down the seam that the team executed perfectly. Sparano had been saving that one shot down the field all game and used it perfectly.
He had a game plan and stuck with it, even though it took a while to get going. Sticking with the run paid off, as Sanchez was able to play safe and avoid interceptions. The Titans have almost as bad a run defense as the Jaguars, so expect more of the same next week.